WATCH FOR KIDS



This Karnes Electric Cooperative crew set two poles near the Pleasanton Primary campus so a sign promoting safety around children could be displayed. Left to right are Josh Jaskinia, Allen Cardaway, Joe Escandon, Russell Korzeckwa and Teran Jurgatis is on the arm. The poles and efforts were donated by Karnes Electric.

This Karnes Electric Cooperative crew set two poles near the Pleasanton Primary campus so a sign promoting safety around children could be displayed. Left to right are Josh Jaskinia, Allen Cardaway, Joe Escandon, Russell Korzeckwa and Teran Jurgatis is on the arm. The poles and efforts were donated by Karnes Electric.







The sign “Make it your “Bus”iness - Watch for Kids!” can be seen on FM 476/Bensdale near the entrance to the Pleasanton Primary campus. It was donated by Marathon Oil Company.

The sign “Make it your “Bus”iness – Watch for Kids!” can be seen on FM 476/Bensdale near the entrance to the Pleasanton Primary campus. It was donated by Marathon Oil Company.

Promoting safety near school zones - slower speeds and bus traffic awareness - are, left to right seated, Pleasanton City Manager Bruce Pearson, Luke Raney (elementary), Austin Dinscore, Christopher Bryant, Angel Massey, John Poorboy, Jaden Martinez, Pearl Sosa, Mercedes Phillips, Mark Sorola (all Pleasanton first graders)and PISD Superintendent Dr. Cynthia Clinesmith. Standing, left to right, are Earl Peterson, Activities/Facilities Manager; Greg Hollis, Marathon Oil Company, John Raney, Electrical Inspector; Johnny Huizar, Public Works Director; David Zertuche, PISD Director of Transportation; Pleasanton Police Chief Ronald Sanchez, Officer Jessi Mertz, Primary counselors Suzanne Westfall, JIll Clark and Primary Principal Kari Vickers.

Promoting safety near school zones – slower speeds and bus traffic awareness – are, left to right seated, Pleasanton City Manager Bruce Pearson, Luke Raney (elementary), Austin Dinscore, Christopher Bryant, Angel Massey, John Poorboy, Jaden Martinez, Pearl Sosa, Mercedes Phillips, Mark Sorola (all Pleasanton first graders)and PISD Superintendent Dr. Cynthia Clinesmith. Standing, left to right, are Earl Peterson, Activities/Facilities Manager; Greg Hollis, Marathon Oil Company, John Raney, Electrical Inspector; Johnny Huizar, Public Works Director; David Zertuche, PISD Director of Transportation; Pleasanton Police Chief Ronald Sanchez, Officer Jessi Mertz, Primary counselors Suzanne Westfall, JIll Clark and Primary Principal Kari Vickers.

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