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This morning, the Endeavor staff was surprised with this basket of goodies from Harvest Market in Oxford.  
The card read, Thank you for all you do for the kids.  
Take a "break-fast" on us!  
Your friends at the Endeavor Royal Bank
 
Thank you Endeavor Royal Bank and Harvest Market 
for making us feel so special!  
Forever Endeavor!

Endeavor 5th grade trip to Milwaukee!

Endeavor Elementary Exceeds Expectations!

Congratulations to Ella who participated at the Creative Arts Festival in Wautoma.  She was selected for her musical talents and was then able to participate in a fabulous theater class where she performed 5 short skits.  It was such a joy to see her perform with grace and represent Endeavor with pride!

 

 

AT ENDEAVOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

IT IS OUR MISSION TO EDUCATE THE CHILDREN,

FAMILIES, AND COMMUNITY IN A SAFE

AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT.  

WITH HIGH EXPECTATIONS,

WE WILL SUPPORT, NURTURE, 

AND ESTABLISH TRUST

IN OUR RELATIONSHIPS.

Motorists must wait when red lights are flashing

School has been in session for a few weeks now, but drivers still ask, “When is a motorist supposed to stop for a school bus that is displaying flashing red lights?”

School buses will have a flashing red signal if they were manufactured before Sept. 1, 1992. School buses manufactured after that date have the flashing red signal lights and a stop signal arm, a stop sign that extends out from the bus when the flashing red lights are activated.

Motorists who are traveling the same direction as the school bus must stop behind the school bus regardless of how many lanes are on the highway. Drivers can proceed past the school bus once the red lights are turned off.

Motorists who are traveling the opposite direction as the school bus only need to stop before passing the school bus if it is a two-lane roadway—one lane of traffic for each direction— and the highway is not divided. Drivers can move past the school bus once the red lights are off.


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