Hundreds of drivers received a failing grade on Tuesday as kids headed back to school.
The Saskatoon police traffic unit said 230 drivers were ticketed for speeding in a school zone.
One driver was clocked doing 91 km/h, resulting in a $921 ticket. The driver was also not wearing a seatbelt, resulting in a $175 fine.
Police said another 59 drivers were ticketed for using a cellphone while driving.
A total of 349 charges were laid by Saskatoon police on the first day of its back to school initiative.
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Police will be back out in force on Wednesday.