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Car Line Procedures


4191 Car Line Procedure

The car line times at this campus are 7:45 am – 8:20 am and 2:45 pm – 3:15 pm.

You will be allowed to make a right or left turn to enter campus.  If you are turning left onto campus and traffic is backed up you should stack in the inside lane (as if this were a 4 lane road) to allow thru traffic to pass on your right.

If you are turning right onto the campus and traffic is backed up then you should stack to the right (as close to the curb as possible) to allow thru traffic to pass on your left.

Do not block the entrances to businesses.

After you have turned onto campus you will proceed up the drive and turn right and drive to the rear of the school where you will enter a lane to proceed to the front of the school.  We have to do this to get as many vehicles onto the campus property and off the street.  You will proceed to the front of the school where teachers and staff members will assist your child from your vehicle.  You will then make a u-turn and proceed down the drive towards Mendenhall Oaks Parkway.

A uniformed police officer will direct you to turn right only when leaving the campus.  We are aware that this is an inconvenience for many of you, but right turns are safer and keep traffic flowing.  You can turn right onto Meeting Way or continue on Mendenhall Oaks Parkway to reach Eastchester Dr. (HWY 68). Do not make U-Turns on Mendenhall Oaks Parkway and do not use business parking lots to turn around.  Most surrounding businesses have their lots posted “No Turn Around” because this has been a problem.

The police officer leaves the street at 8:20 am and drives to the top of the drive.  If you enter campus after the police officer has left the street you are to line up behind his patrol car.  Once all traffic has cleared from the rear of the school you will follow the officer and park in a marked space and walk your child into the building.

You are not allowed, at any time, to park your vehicle on the street or a nearby lot and walk your child onto campus during car line times.

If your child enters the building any time after 8:30 am they are tardy and must be signed in by a parent or guardian at the front desk.

Do not park in a handicap space unless you have a placard that is registered to you.


If you are a parent that has to visit more than one campus and one of them being 7847 Clinard Farms Rd.. then you should proceed there first.  Your next stop should be 4191 Mendenhall Oaks Parkway and 4020 Meeting Way would be your last stop.

This pattern has proven to run smoothly after parents become accustomed to the route and the staff gets to know the kids and their parents, which usually takes about a week.  After the first week, you can expect to be in the car line for about 5 minutes at each location.

Before and After School Care

PACES (Phoenix After-School Care Enrichment Services) provides quality before and after school care for our students.

PACES offers both a regularly scheduled care program as well as a “drop-in” program on an as-needed basis.  The fees charged include the cost of care, snacks, and program materials.

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Phoenix is proud to also partner with the YWCA to offer additional before and after school care programming.

The after school fee for Phoenix students is $140 per month draft beginning in September. The before care fee for Phoenix students is $25 per week. If students participate in YWCA after school programming the registration fee is waived for the before care.

Learn more about the program at –

YWCA Before School Registration Form // YWCA After School Registration Form

Join a Committee

Phoenix Families are asked to volunteer at least 4 hours a month and complete the volunteer application. Volunteers may accrue hours by attending classroom parties, eating lunch with their children, chaperoning field trips, Character Partners, or participating in a variety of opportunities throughout the year.  If you are interested in volunteering, please email

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