Inclement Weather Information
It is advisable for parents to make the final decision on safe travel conditions for your child. On days when the driving conditions are potentially dangerous, we encourage parents to send your child to school via the school bus. While student drivers are taken into account on days when the driving conditions are poor, student drivers are not the only factor considered. As with driving, parents are encouraged to determine if the outside weather conditions are too cold for their child. While the District strives to make the best decision it can for all students, there may be times when a parent needs to make the final decision on their child’s attendance on a particular day.
Snow Route Information

December 13, 2019

Dear Parents:

With impending inclement weather, please take a few minutes to look at the established snow routes for this year. Remember that the times may vary, as weather permits. Parents may drop students off at the school at 7:30 A.M., or take your student(s) to the closest snow-route pick up. If you cannot safely transport your student to school, please contact the office and your student will receive an excused absence.

Approximate times and pick-up spots are as follows:

Russell’s Bus:

Stop 1: Kliethermes: 6:50 A.M.

Nelson’s Grain Bin: 7:05 A.M.

Green Machine Shed (on 5): 7:20 A.M.

Ewings in Speed: 7:35 A.M.

 

Glenda’s Bus:

Lone Elm School: 6:45 A.M.

Arnold’s Driveway: 6:55 A.M.

Huth’s Driveway: 7:05 A.M.

Petree’s Driveway: 7:15 A.M.

These routes were established so that drivers may safely transport your student(s) to school in the safest way possible. Additionally, should school be called off, released early, or snow-routes implemented you will be notified by text message and by local news and radio station alerts. Thank you for your help and understanding. As always, we take your child’s safety seriously and seek to provide services that protect our students and staff at all times. Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns.

 

Thank you,

Kathryn A. Anderson, Ed. D., Superintendent