The deadline to submit applications for school bus passes for the 2023/2024 school year was October 31st. We are currently no longer processing bus pass applications received after this deadline until the school district reviews the applications currently on the waiting list.
If you believe you require an exception to receive a school bus pass, please send us an e-mail to email@example.com with the grade, school and home address of your child, so we may review your distance eligibility and forward your request to your respective school district.
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School bus passes are available for purchase at our office at 107 Kam Lake Road, starting in August for each new school year.
Yearly transit passes are available for purchase at our office, though you may purchase monthly passes from various locations in the city:
- City Hall
- Village Reddi-Mart
- Downtown Reddi-Mart
- Direct Charge Co-op
- Sutherland’s Drugs
- Ruth Inch Memorial Pool
School Bus Service
City Transit Service
**School calendars are available on their respective school board websites – school buses do not run on holidays or days with no school.**
**Cold Weather Disclaimer**
**Students should be well dressed while waiting for the bus in the winter months, as road conditions or other incidents could cause buses to be slightly later than normal when doing their regular routes. Students should be at their bus stops 5 minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive, so it is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure their child(ren) are well dressed.
In the event that the weather is too cold, or roads too dangerous for buses to safely traverse, there is a chance that bus services will be closed. This will be done at the discretion of the bus company, and parents will be informed of any shutdowns.
In the event that a bus route is shut down, parents of the passengers affected will be contacted as soon as possible, so that alternate transportation can be planned. When possible, children will be put on other bus routes, but this is not guaranteed, depending on the amount of children on the buses, so alternate transportation should be planned when possible.**
It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to ensure their child(ren) follow the rules of the school bus. If a passenger is written up too many times, there is a chance they will be suspended from the bus, and not allowed to board it until their suspension is over.