Police greet Buffalo Grove students who bike, walk to school

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 10/10/2018 6:54 PM
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  • Buffalo Grove police officer Eric Sarat offers Ivy Hall Elementary School student Nicco Srejovic, 9, of Long Grove a pencil as his mom, Elena, and Buffalo Grove police officer Mike Carlson look on Wednesday. The officers visited the school Wednesday morning to greet students as part of National Walk and Bike to School Day.

      Buffalo Grove police officer Eric Sarat offers Ivy Hall Elementary School student Nicco Srejovic, 9, of Long Grove a pencil as his mom, Elena, and Buffalo Grove police officer Mike Carlson look on Wednesday. The officers visited the school Wednesday morning to greet students as part of National Walk and Bike to School Day. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

  • Buffalo Grove police school resource officer Ashley Krozel hi-fives student Logan Torf, 10, as he arrives at Ivy Hall.

      Buffalo Grove police school resource officer Ashley Krozel hi-fives student Logan Torf, 10, as he arrives at Ivy Hall. Mark Welsh | Staff Photographer

Another day of warm weather wasn't all that greeted students who biked or walked to Ivy Hall Elementary School in Buffalo Grove on Wednesday morning.

Buffalo Grove police took advantage of the balmy weather on National Walk and Bike to School Day, meeting with students arriving at school and sharing treats provided by the nearby McDonald's.

"This is our second year participating in the event, and we aim to select a new school each year," Deputy Chief Michael Szos said.

Officers also had coffee available for parents, teachers and caregivers.

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