• More families in Richmond benefit from $10-a-day child care October 3, 2022
    More families in Richmond will save thousands of dollars per year as eight local child care spaces convert to the $10-a-day program, helping familes get ahead and building high-quality, affordable and accessible child care as a core service in B.C.
  • More families in Surrey benefit from $10-a-day child care October 3, 2022
    More families in Surrey will save thousands of dollars per year as 61 local child care spaces convert to the $10-a-day program, helping familes get ahead and building high-quality, affordable and accessible child care as a core service in B.C.
  • More families in Shuswap benefit from $10-a-day child care October 3, 2022
    More families in Shuswap will save thousands of dollars per year as 36 local child care spaces convert to the $10-a-day program, helping familes get ahead and building high-quality, affordable and accessible child care as a core service in B.C.
  • More families in Nanaimo-North Cowichan benefit from $10-a-day child care October 3, 2022
    More families in Nanaimo-North Cowichan will save thousands of dollars per year as 40 local child care spaces convert to the $10-a-day program, helping familes get ahead and building high-quality, affordable and accessible child care as a core service in B.C.

 

 

Welcome to the Transportation Department home page for Coast Mountains School District 82.  The school district’s Student Transportation Regulation is provided for parents and guardians as resource information by accessing the following link.

CMSD82 Student Transportation Regulation – Revised September 1, 2018

Questions regarding this Student Transportation Regulation should be directed to the Director of Facility Services at (250) 638-4405.

The following student transportation on buses reflects the March 2022 update to the Provincial COVID-19 Communicable Disease Guidelines for K-12 Settings and continues to be in effect for the 2022-2023 school year.

  • Bus drivers, teachers and students in Kindergarten to Grade 12 may choose to wear masks or face coverings when they are on the bus.
  • Parents and caregivers must assess their child daily for symptoms of common cold, influenza, COVID-19, or other infectious respiratory disease before sending them to school (reference the Daily Health Check for more information).  If a child is sick, they must not take the bus or go to school.

Please find the current 2022-2023 Bus Routes for Kitimat-Kitamaat Village, Kitwanga-Hazelton and Terrace-Thornhill communities:

Kitimat-Kitamaat Village Bus Routes effective Sept. 7, 2022

Kitwanga-Hazelton Bus Routes incl. Updated Routes #27 & #28 effective Sept. 20, 2022

Terrace-Thornhill Bus Routes incl. Updated Bus Route #4 – Sept. 26, 2022


The above links provide one PDF file for each respective area

with all bus routes/stops within the same file.  Click on the link(s) to open.

 

A friendly reminder … the procedure to be followed by parents/guardians should they have questions or concerns regarding bus routes:

1) Contact your child’s/children’s School Principal,

2) Contact the Operations Manager at Diversified Transportation bus lines at 250-635-7042 or 1-855-538-5287 for out of town.

Terrace:  School buses will only be provided to students living outside the city boundaries.  Those students living within city boundaries should consult the Terrace Regional Transit System for scheduling information and rates at 250-635-2666.

Coming Events

October Celebrates National Principal’s Month!
Oct 5:  World Teacher’s Day!
Oct 10: Thanksgiving Day (schools are not in session)
Oct 12: Business Committee Mtg
Oct 12: Education Committee Mtg
Oct 21: Provincial ProD Day (non-instructional day)
Oct. 26: Hazelton/Kitwanga Teacher-Trustee Mtg
Oct 26: Regular (Public) Board Mtg (Majagaleehl Gali Aks Elementary School, Hazelton)

Terrace
3:56 am, October 6, 2022
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Wind: 22 Km/h
Visibility: 10 km

Northern Health Info Line

COVID-19 Online Clinic and Info Line for Northern BC residents:

1-844-645-7811