The two young men have officially been assigned to "greeting detail" at JLM, according to Principal Kenny Clark.
"They help me in the car line to make sure things run smoothly, opening car doors and helping kids get inside." says Mr. Clark.
The morning greeters have made a big difference to families at the school. Leaders say they are developing a "culture of caring," part of the school's mission statement.
"Parents have commented how it makes them smile to see these two young men learning great manners and being great role models for others" says Shannon Riner, the school's Instructional Facilitator.
Mr. Clark says parents have expressed a love for the morning greeters and an appreciation for the smooth-running drop-off line.
"They say "good morning" and tell every parent to "have a great day" each time. It leaves everyone with a smile on their faces," says Clark. "It's the small things that make a big difference."