Transcript for Crossing Guard Dog's Career Given the 'Stop' Sign
Almost every day crossing guard Brad Curtis is out with his big red sign and orange safety vest on the corner of Allegheny street in Jersey Shore. But parents also expect to see something else when they reached the intersection. Axis is missing we didn't see him this morning and we wondered why. And I think it received the every day every single day from a gig ever now. Curtis works for Jersey Shore area school district he usually brings his five year old multi through with him to work. Lyra Clark could see dog from her shop the pooch wears his own stop sign and safety vest. Come by even take pictures up and he's been on the new clothes everybody likes him he's. He's a really nice dog it seems just everyone loves taxes but school officials say they can't let god state the cross clock. He did it's against school policy. Before news watch sixteen story Jersey Shore school district officials tell us employees who monitor it across walks did not know about the pooch. No one has ever reported the dog to the school. The school district superintendent tells news want sixteen we have clear policies in the school district regarding any type of animal during the work day. Yes he is cute adorable pet the bottom line if there are always unanticipated risks with an animal Annie known distraction needs to be removed. It's good that the school did that though because patches could. Done stuff. Even if you what's changed but. It's also upsetting because kids drink like C patches or safety I can understand it but he patches and always be in my parking lot. He's always welcome here.
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