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School Cross Guards are committed to the safety of school children. During the appointed times, they monitor street crossings, direct and control traffic and supervise children as they cross the street. They usually do this at the beginning of the school day when children are coming to school and at the end of the school day when children are leaving school.
While on duty, school cross guards place traffic signs at designated locations, record the license plate numbers of offending vehicles and report violators to the police in addition to notifying school authorities about potential risks.
To become a school cross guard you must have completed high school or have GED. You must also meet all state and federal requirements and pass a stringent background check. School cross guards are required to have an in-depth understanding of relevant safety procedures as well as traffic signals and traffic patterns. Sound judgment, positive interactions with children and the ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions are all essential attributes for this role.
At your interview for a school cross guard role, the interviewer will ask you why you chose this particular job. Why do you want to be a school cross guard? What skills do you have that make you a good fit for the job? They may also give you a mock situation and ask you how you would handle it. Before you go for the interview, take the time to prepare for it by browsing through a few mock interview questions so you know what questions to look out for.