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As a growing school district, we are committed to providing students with safe school bus transportation to and from school.

To register for school bussing, please visit the link below for information.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Extreme Weather Conditions

We are dedicated to providing safe bus transportation for our students. Please read the following document that lists the steps we take to determine whether or not buses will run during cases of snow, ice and other extreme weather. Read Document

Do all bus riders need to register every year?

Yes, all riders from kindergarten to Grade 12 need to be registered. It is a government requirement to have a passenger list for each bus.

Items left behind on the afternoon route will remain on the bus overnight for students to retrieve in the morning. It is recommended that parents call the Transportation Department.

Students should be at their bus stop at least five minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive.

Yes, as long as space is available on the route needed.

Yes, as long as space is available on the route needed.

Yes, either or a parent, guardian or older sibling must meet the bus. If there isn’t someone there to meet the student, he/she will be returned to the school. Parents/Guardians can provide written permission to the Transportation Department if they wish for their Kindergarten-Grade 3 student to walk home unaccompanied.

No. Drivers can suggest changes or a parent can call the Transportation Department, but the final decision rests with the Transportation Department.

Unfortunately we don’t have the technology to notify parents about bus times and locations. For buses that face large delays, we will do our best to get communication out via the District’s social media pages.

All bus runs are completed, even if late.

The Transportation Department at 250-474-9845

Only if there is space on the bus and a signed note of permission from the parent of the friend is received.

No. Only certified guide/assistance animals are permitted. All guide/assistance animals must first be approved by the Transportation Department.

Only if your child is registered on an accessibility bus or if your child is the only one at a stop that is “out of the way.”

Please contact the Transportation Department for confirmation. We will try to meet the needs of the student and family if possible.

Yes, students must ride on the specific bus he or she was registered for.

No. Smoking of any kind or substance on the bus will result in disciplinary action.

No, only registered students may ride. Parents and pre-school children are not allowed on the bus.

Only items that do not pose a safety hazard and can be held on the student’s lap are allowed on the bus. Government regulation states that no “unsecured equipment” can be transported on the bus. Prohibited items include, but are not limited to the following:

  • No hockey equipment
  • No Lacrosse equipment
  • No Skateboards
  • No large band instruments
  • No bicycles

Booster seats are not allowed because there is no way to properly secure them.


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