Broadway Elementary School  Logo
About Broadway Attendance Boundary Food Services - Café LA Job Opportunities Location & Map Schedule & General Info Administration Teachers at Broadway Vision and Mission Statement
Broadway News Broadway in the News Photo & Video Gallery
Broadway’s Students Student Data - API After School Programs Enrichment Programs Technology at Broadway Student Awards Student Resources
Registration & Enrollment School Tours Obtaining a Permit Frequently Asked Questions How to Get Involved Parent Handbook
Mandarin Immersion Program What Is Mandarin Immersion? Why Learn Chinese? Frequently Asked Questions Mandarin Immersion Teachers
Spanish Immersion Program What is Spanish Immersion? Why Learn Spanish? Frequently Asked Questions Spanish Immersion Teachers
Support Our School

Curbside Valet Drop-Off

The Student Curbside Valet Service allows students to be safely dropped off at school in the morning without the need for parking. The service is offered between 8:00 a.m. and 8:15 a.m. each week day and is being organized exclusively by parent volunteers from all classrooms. Parent volunteers arrive at 7:50 a.m. for set-up.

How Curbside Valet Drop-Off Works:

Drivers, please arrive at school heading east on Broadway Street (traveling towards Lincoln Boulevard). From Lincoln, please turn WEST on California Ave., RIGHT on Oakwood, then RIGHT again onto Broadway Street. Do NOT make a U-turn on Broadway Street in front of the main gate or staff parking lot as it is illegal, unsafe, and drivers will be ticketed. This service is being implemented in cooperation with the LAPD and will be monitored by their officers.

To ensure the safety of all children, all drivers should follow these simple rules:

  1. Please follow the instructions of the Valet crew.
  2. Please do not park within 10 feet of the orange coned area.
  3. Pull all the way forward to the volunteer with the STOP sign (unloading zone) before allowing children to exit the car.
  4. Allow the adult Valet to assist children from the car. Drivers do not need to exit their vehicles.
  5. Children should gather their books, backpacks, jackets, lunch and/or any personal belongings prior to reaching the Valet Zone so they are ready to immediately exit the car.
  6. Before exiting the Valet area, drivers should wait for a signal from the Valet Volunteer to ensure children are safely out of the way.

Consider volunteering periodically to help make this service a success!