Woy Woy Public School is set to employ a school crossing supervisor in a bid to improve student safety and clamp down on speeding drivers.
The new supervisor will help students and their families cross Park Rd on their way to-and-from school.
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast, Adam Crouch, said the new supervisor will join 1,300 others across NSW helping to keep primary school students safe.
Recruitment for the position will open shortly, with applications available on the Transport NSW website.
The supervisors from part of the NSW Government’s commitment to road safety, with reduced speed limits, high-visibility safety signs, ‘dragon’s teeth’ road markings and flashing lights, all being installed across school zones.