We took our plan and organized it. We had a location picked out for all students to go to after school. We labeled all of the areas of this location. We had a place for each grade level to be, we had locations for staff and volunteers to help, and we had labeled the flow so each person knew where to go. We also had a "loading zone" for students whose drivers were close in line, and we organized each spot for students. Maps, labels, and color codes were necessary for all of this. Next, we organized the drivers. We created signs, spaces, and spots for drivers to pull in when their student may be taking too much time or because they didn't have the proper ID to pick up a student. We organized the spaces we were using and made sure that worked by doing a trial run and talking through everything. It may seem overboard, but truly, you can't be too organized when you are trying to safely dismiss 3-12-year-olds.