Want to win a new car seat or booster? Enjoy muffins? Join us September 19th from 8:20-9:30am
Columbian Elementary is pleased to announce that this year we are again partnering with the Colorado State Patrol and Trooper Jackson. The Colorado State Patrol, in alignment with our mission and vision statements, has implemented and supported several educational safety programs in the past. On September 12th, 2018 from 8:20-9:30 Trooper Jackson will at Columbian to discuss car passenger safety. Do you have questions about the laws? Concerns your child may not be in the right type of seat? Unsure of how to recycle an old booster or car seat? Come learn more information about car passenger safety and enjoy some breakfast.
Can’t join us? Here are some reminders from the Colorado State Patrol:
Colorado’s child passenger safety law is a primary enforcement action. This means a driver does not have to be stopped for another driving offense before they can be ticketed for a violation of the child passenger safety laws. They can be pulled over for this reason alone.
The child passenger safety law clearly defines child safety seat and seat belt use from birth through age 15 as follows: