Peninsula: District urges parents to learn protocol

The Redwood City School District is urging parents to learn how to safely drop off children at school so morning drop-offs and afternoon pick-ups get off to a smooth start later this month.

Confusion can lead to situations that are dangerous for kids, according to district leaders.

Their tips include learning your school’s drop-off and pickup procedures, using only designated locations, not parking across the street, not using the school’s bus zone, allowing extra time or just letting kids walk to school.

For more information, visit www.redwoodcity.org/schools.

SAN CARLOS

Mayor will lead ride to raise money for Mississippi town

Mayor Tom Davids will lead the city’s annual Family Fun Ride on Sunday from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. to raise money for the city’s adopted town of Pass Christian, Miss. </p>

Riders should meet at Laureola Park. They will follow a route that includes Industrial Road, Howard Avenue, Elm Street, Alameda de las Pulgas and San Carlos Avenue, looping back to the park.

Proceeds will help Pass Christian recover from damages sustained during Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

BURLINGAME

Pile-driving work to cause daily Rollins Road closures

Rollins Road, between Toyon Drive and Corbitt Drive, will be closed for pile driving until Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The work is part of the ongoing U.S. Highway 101 Auxiliary Lane Widening Project.

Residential traffic will still be allowed during the work hours, and all detours will be clearly marked.

The pile driving is part of the sound wall construction being done along the side of the highway.

For additional information on the project, contact Caltrans spokeswoman Gidget Navarro at (510) 286-5574.

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