A car waits for Southridge High School students to cross at the new crosswalk on West 36th Place between the school and a Morman seminary. Approximately $14,000 was raised by the SHS Pedestrian Safety Community to help pay for the crosswalk where four students have been injured in recent years. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 9:45 tomorrow morning.
A car waits for Southridge High School students to cross at the new crosswalk on West 36th Place between the school and a Morman seminary. Approximately $14,000 was raised by the SHS Pedestrian Safety Community to help pay for the crosswalk where four students have been injured in recent years. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 9:45 tomorrow morning. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald
A car waits for Southridge High School students to cross at the new crosswalk on West 36th Place between the school and a Morman seminary. Approximately $14,000 was raised by the SHS Pedestrian Safety Community to help pay for the crosswalk where four students have been injured in recent years. A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 9:45 tomorrow morning. Sarah Gordon Tri-City Herald

New crosswalk for students at Southridge High School

September 15, 2015 11:02 PM