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  • Providing a safe and efficient transportation system for the four school boards in the Greater Sudbury, Espanola and Manitoulin areas.

  • 27-Nov-2015 TRANSPORTATION CANCELLED, SCHOOLS REMAIN OPEN  - SUDBURY, ESPANOLA, MASSEY AND MANITOULIN DISTRICTS Due to icy road conditions and in the interest of safety, all school related transportation services for English catholic, English public, French catholic and French public schools, operating in the districts of SUDBURY, ESPANOLA, MANITOULIN AND MASSEY (this includes all areas such as St-Charles, Noelville, Monetville, Markstay, Hagar, Warren, Wahnapitae, Coniston, Killarney, Whitefish, Whitefish River First Nations, Manitoulin Island, Onaping, Chelmsford, Capreol, Valley East, Garson, Chelmsford, Azilda, ...) are cancelled today. All schools will remain open, however, NO transportation will be provided. Parents who transport their children to school are reminded that they must pick their children up at the end of the school day. All staff is expected to report to work.

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History and Mission

The Sudbury Student Services was formed on January 17, 2001 as a partnership of the four coterminous school boards in the Sudbury area to deliver common services beginning with student transportation.

The Rainbow District School Board,
Le Conseil scolaire catholique du Nouvel-Ontario,
The Sudbury Catholic District School Board, and
Le Conseil scolaire du district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario.

In July 2009, the four Partner Boards establishes the Consortium as a Seperate Legal Entity through incorporation to further formalize its entity status.

The Sudbury Student Services Consortium also provides transportation services for Huron Superior Catholic District School Board as well as five area First Nations.

The Sudbury Student Services Consortium is governed by a board of directors consisting of the Chief Financial Officer of each of the member school boards.

The Sudbury Student Services Consortium currently transports over 21,500 students on 395 buses daily at a cost of over $27,121,651 per year. Continuous optimization exercises have resulted in a transportation system that is one of the most efficient and cost effective in the Province of Ontario.

In addition, the Consortium has implemented one of the most extensive School Bus Safety programs in Ontario. This program includes interactive rider safety training programs for all pupils in grades K to 8 in all 100 of the elementary schools that we serve.

We are also monitoring service levels and measuring them against a number of key service indicators in order to ensure that service is maintained at a high level.

Bilingual staff is available to take telephone calls at 521-1234 from 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday. (Hours are subject to change during school holidays and during the summer.)

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Bus Evacuation DVD

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First Time Rider DVD

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Contact Information

Sudbury Student Services Consortium

199 Travers St.
Sudbury, ON P3C 3K2

Telephone: (705) 521-1234 (Toll Free): 1-877-225-1196

Suggestions or comments to: [email protected]

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Renée Boucher, Executive Director