Classes at private schools resume Tuesday

Drivers are reminded that some school zone speed limits will be in effect on Sept. 2

The teachers’ strike was still on, as of press time for this edition of The Times, meaning that it is unlikely there will be classes as usual today (Tuesday).

However, the private schools located in Langley will be back in session.

Langley RCMP would like to remind motorists that although the public schools may not be back in session on Tuesday, private schools will start “business as usual” on Sept. 2.

Langley RCMP traffic services and school resource officers will patrol school areas, with efforts heightened at the beginning of the school year.

There are seven private schools in Langley where the 30 km/hr school zone applies from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Motorists will need to pay attention to the speed limits.

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