School is back in session and the Watertown City School District is still adjusting to new traffic patterns in front of the schools.
At Knickerbocker Elementary, traffic has been lined up to the back of the street all week.
Superintendent Patti LaBarr is hoping for a “stop and go” method where parents quickly drop off their kids to keep cars moving in the morning.
“Parents are happy. They move right along. Traffic keeps flowing and it's really a great seamless start to the school day. So we can use that model because we know it works,” she said.
LaBarr also says she hopes to put this policy into place at Watertown High School as the year goes on.