Central City Elementary School

Central City Elementary

Prior to the 2013 school year, Central City Elementary’s formal car rider dismissal process required parents and guardians to park their vehicles and enter the school building to sign out their students for dismissal. In anticipation of implementing a better dismissal process in the 2013 school year, Central City’s new principal received approval to extend a roadway around the building to queue vehicles and then contacted Radio ID Equipment, Inc. to inquire about purchasing a CarRIder Pro student pickup system.

We met with the principal and assessed the school grounds to determine the best system hardware arrangement. We were able to decrease the hardware requirements thereby, reducing the overall system price. The Central City system is the first CarRider Pro implementation not installed by Radio ID Equipment, Inc. The school opted to have its district’s technology and maintenance staffs do the installation to save additional money. Their system is also the first CarRider Pro system to be implemented that utilizes separate vehicle entry and exit points instead of passing two way traffic through a single reader gate.

Central City is scheduled to turn on its CarRider Pro system soon after school starts in August, 2013. They are expecting to dismiss approximately 150 car riding students a day.

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Robert B. Turner Elementary School

Robert B. Turner Elementary

Robert B. Turner's CarRiderPro system was installed in the summer before the 2013 school year. They will be dismissing about 200 students to approximately 100 vehicles every day.

Their pickup process varies significantly from the previously mentioned schools because their riders are picked up at two locations. Half of their students are dismissed from the cafeteria at the back of the school while the other half are dismissed for the gymnasium at the front of the school. The CarRiderPro system is able to filter the vehicles when they enter school property and only shows them in the rider assembly area where they are being picked up.

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CarRiderPro - Demonstration Video

CarRiderPro was created to manage the dismissal of elementary students that are not taking the bus home after school. It eases many worries that confront school administrators when it comes to releasing students to people that are not vetted school personnel. Although it was designed for managing after school car riders, it also has the capability to observe students being dropped off in the morning.

A significant peace of mind benefit is its ability to retain records of every pickup and drop off event that is automatically created when a vehicle drives through the reader gate. CarRiderPro gives you the capability to stay on top of your car rider issues before they become trouble.

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