Clearview Public Schools: blowing snow may cause bus service stoppage

Clearview says school activities cancelled, parents will be notified of bus situation

Please be advised that due to today’s weather conditions busing services may be impacted.

Currently, busing services are scheduled to continue this afternoon. Due to weather conditions, school buses will operate at less speed to help with the safety of students and staff.

If weather conditions worsen, or visability is less than 200 metres, school buses may not operate. In this situation, legal guardians and parents will be informed and advised where to pick up their children.

Legal guardians and parents are able to pick up students directly from school if they wish.

Extracurricular activities requiring school bus transportation are suspended today.

The safety and security of our students and staff continues to be the utmost importance to us. If you have questions, please contact your bus driver or your school for more information.

-Clearview Public Schools

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