COMING SOON 2018-2019
Route times are estimated and could change daily. Please allow a 10 minute window before and after the times listed.
Please check back periodically as times may change after the start of school.
MIDDLE SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHUTTLE SCHEDULE
NORTHSIDE STUDENTS ARE SHUTTLED TO THE HIGH SCHOOL TO TRANFER ONTO HOME BUS
HIGH SCHOOL AFTERNOON SHUTTLE SCHEDULE
NORTHSIDE STUDENTS BOARD THEIR HOME BUS FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL.
BUSES DO NOT TRAVEL BACK TO NORTHSIDE TO TRANSFER STUDENTS TO HOME BUS.
Bus Evacuation Training Summer 2017
Winter Weather Information
IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING WIND CHILL DELAYS AND CLOSINGS
When the National Weather Service issues a Wind Chill Warning for Woodford County for the time the school day begins, we will make a decision to close schools. It is quite likely we will make this type of decision on the morning of the day in question as it is hard to predict what the wind chill will be the night before. If there is a Wind Chill Advisory for the county, schools will likely be open unless there are operational problems with the bus fleet or mechanical problem in the school buildings. Buildings and the bus fleet are assessed in the morning prior to school by 6:00 am.
As a parent if you determine that the weather conditions are too dangerous for your child to be out we respect your decision. You are free to contact your child’s school to request an excused absence for the day. If your child misses school because your car will not start or other issues related to extreme cold temperatures those reasons will be counted as an excused absence. Please make sure you contact the attendance office at your child’s school to report the absence.
Understand that the safety of our staff and students is our top priority when making the decision to delay or close school. We can assure you that our school buildings are warm, safe and an ideal place for students to be when it is extremely cold outside. Parents should make sure their child is dressed appropriately for the cold weather. The district urges students to wear winter hats, gloves, heavy coats and boots. Frostbite and hypothermia are serious risks and need to be taken into consideration by the parents.
To get more information on how the wind chill is calculated see the National Weather Service website at www.weather.gov.