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City Seeking Crossing Guards for Upcoming School Year

This article was archived on 12/7/2016

The City of Tulsa is preparing for the upcoming school year and seeking school crossing guards.

School crossing guards play an important role in the lives of children who walk or bicycle to school by helping them safely cross the street at key locations. A guard also helps children develop the skills to cross streets safely at all times and reminds drivers of the presence of pedestrians.

Serving as a crossing guard for the City of Tulsa can be very rewarding as this position is invaluable to Tulsa youth and the community as a whole.

Crossing guard positions are paid positions with a part-time and temporary schedule. Crossing guards can expect to work between three to four hours per school day. Crossing guards have the opportunity to be assigned to Jenks Public Schools, Tulsa Public Schools or Union Public Schools. All assignments will be within Tulsa city limits.

Interested individuals can apply online at, or call Wade Sittel at (918) 591-4283. Each applicant must pass a background check to be hired for this position and the applicant cannot have a police felony record.