Loggers Run Middle School Parents May Be Warned, Ticketed For Using Walgreens, Publix Lots For Pickup

Parents “trespassing” Thursday afternoon in the Walgreens parking lot on West Palmetto Park Road as they await Loggers Run Middle School students.

Traffic Jam. These cars are blocking traffic in and out of the Walgreens as they await students from Loggers Run Middle School.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — BocaNewsNow.com has learned — but not confirmed — that parents of students at Loggers Run Middle School will be warned about clogging parking lots at nearby Publix and Walgreens while picking up kids.

Parents are routinely blocking roadways, driveways and parking spots as they attempt to circumvent official school car lines.

“These parents are trespassing, plain and simple,” said one official. “There have been serious discussions about issuing tickets. They are violating school policies and stopping legitimate customers from entering and exiting area stores.”

The school year ends in just a matter of days, but parents may be informed in late summer that parking the adjacent lots is prohibited. Police or security guards may be hired to prevent parents from entering the lots and sitting.



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