A school crossing supervisor will be appointed at Trangie Central School to ensure the safety of students. The supervisor will monitor children at the crossing in Derribong Street as they walk to and from school within the coming months, joining more than 1200 others across the state in a bid to help primary school students safe. Member for the Dubbo electorate Dugald Saunders said Trangie is one of 80 schools across the state preparing to welcome a new school crossing supervisor as part of the NSW Government's plan to fast track the appointment of 300 new school crossing supervisors within three years. READ MORE: Dubbo council looking at easing water restrictions READ MORE: These are the local groups that have split $127k READ MORE: Peg that holds rate rises in check in association's sights "With kids returning to school this week, safety is a top priority and the new school crossing supervisor is part of a suite of measures the NSW Government is implementing including reduced speed limits in school zones and high visibility safety treatments like signs, "dragon teeth" road markings and flashing lights. "Most school zones are in effect from 8:00-9:30 am and 2:30-4:00 pm. Motorists need to remember to watch their speed and slow down."