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School District No. 57
Respecting the beautiful unceded ancestral lands, culture and people of the Lheidli T'enneh First Nation, McLeod Lake Indian Band and Simpcw First Nation
Bus Route Notifications

Cancelled Runs

Friday, January 27th:

  • 15 AM and PM (Edgewood/Duchess Park)
  • 46 PM (Heritage/PGSS)

SD57 Regular Routes 13JAN23.pdf


  3541.35 Winter Weather.pdf

2022-2023 Online Bus Registration

Regular Bussing to/from Home:

Effective for the 2022 – 2023 school year parent/guardian(s) of children that qualify for regular bussing to and from the child's home residence and their catchment area school who wish to register for bussing MUST complete an online bus registration form annually for each of their children.  Students qualify for bussing in accordance with Policy 17 School District Transportation Services and Administrative Procedure 560 Student Transportation - Home and School.

The annual online regular bus registration process closed as of June 28th.  Late applications can be made through the below online bus registration form.  Late applications will be accommodated based on available seating.  Please note that bussing may not be available for approved late registrants until October 1st.

Online "Regular" Bus Registration Form **For Bussing to and from home and school only.

First Student will be emailing the parent/guardian of students registered for bussing for the 2022-23 school year with the student's  bus stop times and locations during the week of August 29th.  Also, the run sheets will be posted to each of the bussing school's website.

Courtesy Bussing:

Courtesy bussing will be accommodated in accordance with Policy 17 School District Transportation Services and Administrative Procedure 560 Student Transportation - Home and School.  

A driver shortage that is being experienced across Canada has resulted in the necessity to combine some routes in order to transport as many students to/from home as possible. This has resulted in a low capacity to accommodate courtesy riders on at this time.  Once First Student is able to provide bussing to all students that qualify for regular bussing to/from home and school the district will proceed with its review of courtesy bus requests. Thank you for your patience.

Online "Courtesy" Bus Registration Form **For Alternate Family Residence, Child Care, etc.

If you have any questions, please email busregistration@sd57.bc.ca

Quick Facts

Our boundaries are congruent with those of the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George
Our district covers 52000 square kilometers
We employ more than 1800 teachers and support staff
We currently enrol 13000 students
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