(1) An adult school crossing guard may be a school district employee or an adult volunteer member of the community. Training for adult school crossing guards may be provided by the school district or local law enforcement and should include:
(a) safety issues for crossing guards and limitations of children as pedestrians;
(b) review of basic traffic laws, school zone signs, and pavement markings;
(c) methods of identifying traffic gaps and signaling drivers;
(d) street-crossing procedures and ways to impart them to children; and
(e) other information on traffic safety, injury prevention, and personal responsibility that the school district considers important for pedestrian safety and safe crossing operation.