‘College’ education


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Maddix Jeffris, a kindergarten student at Piqua Catholic School, presses the button to activate the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons at the intersection of College and North Streets on Friday morning during a demonstration by Piqua Deputy Police Chief Marty Grove, far right. Assisting Jeffris is Piqua Catholic eighth-grader Abby Schutt.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua deputy police chief Marty Grove prepares to cross College Street at North Street in Friday morning with representative from Piqua Catholic School and Piqua Central Intermediate School. Students were on hand to learn about the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon signals that are in place along the College Street “corridor” as well as locations on Broadway. The RRFB signals are bright, eye-catching strobes flash brilliant yellow when activated to alert motorists to the presence of pedestrians. The strobes are active and motorists are advised to use caution and be aware of the signals. Students participating in Friday’s demonstration from Piqua Catholic were Maddix Jeffris, a kindergartner, Emily Bornhorst, 7th grade, and Abby Schutt, 8th grade. Representing Piqua Central Intermediate were Karolina Polakowski, Reagan Sloan, and Brianna Sims.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Maddix Jeffris, a kindergarten student at Piqua Catholic School, presses the button to activate the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons at the intersection of College and North Streets on Friday morning during a demonstration by Piqua Deputy Police Chief Marty Grove, far right. Assisting Jeffris is Piqua Catholic eighth-grader Abby Schutt.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Piqua deputy police chief Marty Grove prepares to cross College Street at North Street in Friday morning with representative from Piqua Catholic School and Piqua Central Intermediate School. Students were on hand to learn about the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon signals that are in place along the College Street “corridor” as well as locations on Broadway. The RRFB signals are bright, eye-catching strobes flash brilliant yellow when activated to alert motorists to the presence of pedestrians. The strobes are active and motorists are advised to use caution and be aware of the signals. Students participating in Friday’s demonstration from Piqua Catholic were Maddix Jeffris, a kindergartner, Emily Bornhorst, 7th grade, and Abby Schutt, 8th grade. Representing Piqua Central Intermediate were Karolina Polakowski, Reagan Sloan, and Brianna Sims.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Maddix Jeffris, a kindergarten student at Piqua Catholic School, presses the button to activate the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons at the intersection of College and North Streets on Friday morning during a demonstration by Piqua Deputy Police Chief Marty Grove, far right. Assisting Jeffris is Piqua Catholic eighth-grader Abby Schutt.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_111315mju_piqua_rrfb22.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Maddix Jeffris, a kindergarten student at Piqua Catholic School, presses the button to activate the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacons at the intersection of College and North Streets on Friday morning during a demonstration by Piqua Deputy Police Chief Marty Grove, far right. Assisting Jeffris is Piqua Catholic eighth-grader Abby Schutt.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua deputy police chief Marty Grove prepares to cross College Street at North Street in Friday morning with representative from Piqua Catholic School and Piqua Central Intermediate School. Students were on hand to learn about the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon signals that are in place along the College Street “corridor” as well as locations on Broadway. The RRFB signals are bright, eye-catching strobes flash brilliant yellow when activated to alert motorists to the presence of pedestrians. The strobes are active and motorists are advised to use caution and be aware of the signals. Students participating in Friday’s demonstration from Piqua Catholic were Maddix Jeffris, a kindergartner, Emily Bornhorst, 7th grade, and Abby Schutt, 8th grade. Representing Piqua Central Intermediate were Karolina Polakowski, Reagan Sloan, and Brianna Sims.
http://dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_111315mju_piqua_rrfb3.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Piqua deputy police chief Marty Grove prepares to cross College Street at North Street in Friday morning with representative from Piqua Catholic School and Piqua Central Intermediate School. Students were on hand to learn about the newly-installed Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon signals that are in place along the College Street “corridor” as well as locations on Broadway. The RRFB signals are bright, eye-catching strobes flash brilliant yellow when activated to alert motorists to the presence of pedestrians. The strobes are active and motorists are advised to use caution and be aware of the signals. Students participating in Friday’s demonstration from Piqua Catholic were Maddix Jeffris, a kindergartner, Emily Bornhorst, 7th grade, and Abby Schutt, 8th grade. Representing Piqua Central Intermediate were Karolina Polakowski, Reagan Sloan, and Brianna Sims.
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