AAA School Safety Patrol

AAA School Safety Patrol Resources

2022 School Safety Patrol Hall of Fame Nominations are open!

Each year, AAA Washington recognizes the state’s top ten patrollers for their commitment to traffic safety, helping fellow students, and exemplary leadership. The nomination period for the 2022 Hall of Fame class is now open! Click here to read the nomination criteria, download the forms and submit names before the April 1st deadline

Whether you are just beginning your AAA School Safety Patrol career or you have been running a program for years, AAA appreciates your commitment to traffic safety, your patrollers and the contributions they make to your school community. This website provides all the resources you need to run a successful program.


The Operations Manual leads you through the necessary steps to form, organize, operate and support your AAA School Safety Patrol. It includes important safety concepts for students and downloadable forms.


  • You and your patrol members can watch the training video, At Your Post together familiarize yourselves with day-to-day operations of the patrol duties.
  • AAA also offers an online training experience for advisors. Head to the Training Videos page to watch and review the five modules any time you like.

Supplies & Materials

The Supplies & Materials page is where you will likely spend the most time. Visit it to set up your school’s business account so you can shop for most patrol supplies and materials through our online shopping cart; visit Alpine Products, to purchase your patrol’s state approved flags and vests.


The Supplies & Materials page also connects you to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission’s (WTSC) School Zone Crossing Guard Grants program. The state agency is currently accepting applications to help you pay for specific AAA School Safety Patrol expenses. Until the funds run out, every school with an already-operating patrol can apply for a $300 grant each academic year. A one-time $500 grant is available for schools launching a brand new squad. Just click that “Learn More” button in our School-Zone Safety Grants section.


Send an email to Kelly Just, AAA’s manager of traffic safety programs or give her a call at (425) 647-1594.

School Safety Patrol Contacts

AAA School Safety Patrol Program Manager

Kelly Just
AAA Washington 
Phone: (425) 467-7740
Fax: (425) 467-7729

School Zone Safety Mini-Grants for Equipment

Scott Waller
Washington Traffic Safety Commission

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