Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Ruby Tuesday - The Crossing Guard

The young 5th grader selected to be one of the school crossing guards has a lot of responsibility.  His red shirt and sash signals to everyone that he owns this spot and can stop cars while he safely escorts those  who are crossing at his spot.    The red shirt is his symbol of authority.

For other shades of red from all over check out Ruby Tuesday.

12 comments:

ShutterHappyJenn said... [Reply to comment]

What a nice way for the kids to learn "responsibility." That's something kids don't learn from the books.

My Ruby Tuesday post is up HERE. Happy Tuesday to you!

@nemonen said... [Reply to comment]

I like that. It should be thata way in every school.

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

I had to laugh. At SuperPizzaBoy's first school the fifth grade crossing guard was completely befuddled by SPB's lack of response to the guard's instructions. We had to tell the guard that SPB doesn't respond to general orders to everybody. You have to call his name and then tell him.

We had to tell SPB to listen to the crossing guard.

DrillerAA09 said... [Reply to comment]

I remember being a crossing guard at Eisenhower elementary school. Man, we thought we had arrived. Have a wonderful Ruby Tuesday.

Mar said... [Reply to comment]

Love his red shirt and reading about his important task. Lovely sunny shot

My Ruby Tuesday

Lois said... [Reply to comment]

A very important job! At my grandson's school they are constantly telling the kids to stop running.

Micki02 said... [Reply to comment]

A good way to make childen more older. Will doesn't be a red crossing guard ?
we have not this guards in France its just an adult job...

Lesa said... [Reply to comment]

What a vibrant red shirt! Kids just love an important job!

maryt/theteach said... [Reply to comment]

Red's perfect color for a crossing guard! :)

Elleona said... [Reply to comment]

Voilà une excellente façon de responsabiliser la jeunesse ! Bravo.
Bisous de France.

Sharon's Mum Anne said... [Reply to comment]

You can tell he's important because of the way he's standing!
Nice to see children given responsibility.

Zhu said... [Reply to comment]

Smart way to teach kids responsibility! Do they take turn to do that?