RCMP visits Robert Ogilvie for ‘Think of Me’ Campaign

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Fort St. John RCMP will be visiting Robert Ogilvie Elementary next Monday, to keep engaging students with the ‘Think of Me’ campaign.

Police officers will be at the school on Monday and pulling over motorists, accompanied by students who will give the driver a hand-drawn ‘Think of Me’ poster.

“It’s the help drivers understand that they need to slow down in our schools zones,” said Principal of Robert Ogilvie Kathy Sheck.

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Fort St. John RCMP say this campaign puts a face to the school zone speed limits, by giving motorists an opportunity to interact with the students.

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