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Ensuring the safety of the students we transport is our number one priority. Nearly every year we must delay the start of school, use emergency bus routes, or cancel school because snow or other poor weather conditions make roads unsafe. We encourage you to become familiar with the procedures followed during snow, inclement weather and emergencies.
When the weather forecast calls for snow or storms, our transportation services team is continually assessing road conditions. We check weather forecasts and consult with the weather bureau. On mornings when there is snow or ice on the roads, we drive selected bus routes starting early in the morning to assess road conditions. While conditions may be safe in some parts of the city, they may be unsafe in others. We take all of this into account when making a recommendation to the Superintendent. We base our decision on whether we believe we can transport students safely to and from school.
How will I know if and when school is delayed, canceled or if buses are running on snow/emergency routes?
We make announcements as early in the morning as possible, typically by 6:00 a.m. You can learn about school delays or closures in the following ways:
Emergency bus stops are designed to avoid areas where hazardous road conditions exist. Stops are located on main arterials. Buses will not travel on side streets when emergency stops are in effect. Emergency stops for every school are available on the All Bus Stops page and are indicated in red.
After school we return students to their regular (not emergency) stop if at all possible. However, if road conditions are still hazardous, we will drop students off at their emergency stop. This information will be posted on the district website, and you will receive an automated phone and/or email message.
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