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Guelph teacher named School Safety Patrol Supervisor of the Year

In Ontario, approximately 900 schools participate in the CAA School Safety Patrol program
Robert Graham
Robert Graham a longtime teacher at Brant Avenue Public School was named CAA School Safety Patrol Supervisor of the Year.

CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) has proudly awarded two dedicated school zone safety volunteers with provincial safety awards. Only two provincial safety awards are given each year in Ontario.  

Yesterday, Robert Graham a longtime teacher at Brant Avenue Public School in Guelph, received the CAA School Safety Patrol Supervisor of the Year award and Jeremy Tarrington, 12, from Brantford received the CAA School Safety Patroller of the Year award earlier today.  

The CAA School Safety Patrol program is a joint effort between CAA, the police, school boards, teachers, busing consortia, parents, and approximately 20,000 dedicated student volunteers. 

Graham first joined the program this year and has gone above and beyond in encouraging and supporting new and returning patrollers. 

Tarrington has been in the program for two years and thrives in his academics and extracurricular activities. Ever since joining the program, Tarrington has become an excellent role model for safety with younger students looking up to him. 

In Ontario, approximately 900 schools participate in the CAA School Safety Patrol program. CAA SCO works with over 50 partners to help deliver the program.