Since 1984 when it started, not one child has died on a supervised crossing in Qld!
The School Crossing Supervisor Scheme started in 1984 and celebrates 35 years this year in the knowledge that not one child has died on a supervised crossing in that time.
Our SCSS "lolly pop" teams have done a brilliant job and this morning I spoke to Col Edmonston from Transport and Main Roads
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June Murray has been a crossing supervisor at Central State School in Mackay for the full 35 years, one of the few in the state and tomorrow morning at 7.45, a number of local celebrities will deck out as "one day supervisors" to honour June's efforts and the SCSS program in general - and I'm lucky enough to have been asked to be part of it.