Crossing guard captain Jacob Wey, above front, leads his team – from left, Evan Magana, 10, Emma Christian, 11, Czarina Consuegra, 11, and Sasha Flores, 11 – to work on Thursday at Rose Avenue School. Principal Diane Scott said the school has about 30 fifth- and sixth-graders in the program, whose training includes a written test and shadowing other patrol members.
Crossing guard captain Jacob Wey, above front, leads his team – from left, Evan Magana, 10, Emma Christian, 11, Czarina Consuegra, 11, and Sasha Flores, 11 – to work on Thursday at Rose Avenue School. Principal Diane Scott said the school has about 30 fifth- and sixth-graders in the program, whose training includes a written test and shadowing other patrol members. jlee@modbee.com
Crossing guard captain Jacob Wey, above front, leads his team – from left, Evan Magana, 10, Emma Christian, 11, Czarina Consuegra, 11, and Sasha Flores, 11 – to work on Thursday at Rose Avenue School. Principal Diane Scott said the school has about 30 fifth- and sixth-graders in the program, whose training includes a written test and shadowing other patrol members. jlee@modbee.com

Modesto school safety patrols step up, but adults have to do their part

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