CAA Saskatchewan School Safety Patrol® Program
Since the creation of the School Safety Patrol program in 1922 by the Chicago Motor Club, millions of youthful volunteers have served as School Safety Patrollers in more than 30 countries. CAA/AAA Clubs sponsor School Safety Patrol programs in more than 50,000 schools.
CAA Saskatchewan has coordinated and managed the School Safety Patrol program since 1951 and now, approximately 4,346 patrollers assist in 60 communities with approximately 147 schools around the province. CAA Saskatchewan supplies training materials, stop paddles and reflective vests free of charge. Caps, toques and some other items are available at cost. There has never been a serious or fatal injury collision at a crosswalk controlled by our CAA School Safety Patrollers.
To order CAA School Safety Patrol supplies, please use one of the forms below.
CAA Saskatchewan thanks Pizza Hut for becoming a sponsor of the CAA Saskatchewan School Safety Patrol Program.
26th Annual CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree was a Success
The 26th annual CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree took place on May 5-7th in Regina, SK. There were 77 patrollers and 23 chaperones and 3 CAA representatives. We travelled to and toured Government House, Royal Saskatchewan Museum the Saskatchewan Science Centre and the RCMP Heritage Centre. The jamboree also included activities such as a science show, bowling, and swimming. Neil Fisher, the 2016 Saskatchewanderer was our guest speaker. He talked about his experiences and congratulated our patrollers for their volunteer work and also attended some of the jamborees activities.
We'd like to thank our CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree sponsors: CTV, Government of Saskatchewan, Scotiabank, Cubbon Advertising, STC, First Canada, Pizza Hut, and the Saskatchewan Safety Council.
If you have any questions about the CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree, please contact email@example.com.
CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree
CAA Saskatchewan also hosts an annual Provincial School Safety Patrol Jamboree to recognize and honour volunteer patrollers from around the province for helping their fellow students learn more about pedestrian and traffic safety. The jamboree is held every May in Regina (in conjunction with CAA School Safety Patrol Week), which is proclaimed by the provincial government's minister of education. The CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree is attended by more than 120 patrollers and chaperones. The agenda includes visits to Government House and the Saskatchewan Science Centre. Entertainment and other fun activities are also part of the weekend festivities. In 2017 the jamboree dates are May 4, 5 and 6th.
CAA Saskatchewan produces an annual newsletter for CAA School Safety Patrol coordinators called The Guardian. Check out the latest issue.