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posted: 9/10/2013 5:00 AM

Give a thumbs up to your crossing guard

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You see them in the mornings, at lunch or after school, holding up a familiar sign and waving schoolchildren by. They are a part of our everyday lives during the school year, yet often go unnoticed.

On Tuesday, Aug. 27, the Schaumburg Police Department celebrated School Crossing Guard Appreciation Day.

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Being a crossing guard requires special skills -- the ability to identify a potentially dangerous situation, alert cars to slow down and stop for children and to give those warm smiles and friendly hellos to make our schoolchildren feel safe.

Our crossing guards come from different parts in their professional careers. Some are retired, some are in school, but all of our crossing guards take their jobs very seriously for the sake of our schools.

They are out there in the rain, heat, cold and snow. They are dedicated individuals that our community relies on.

So the next time you're driving by a crossing guard, please give them a wave or a friendly hello as a gesture of gratitude for what they do for the Schaumburg community.

Chief Ken Bouche

Schaumburg Police Department

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