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Student Transportation

Every day, the Louis Riel School Division transports more than 2,600 students to and from school and on field trips.

We strive to provide integrated accessible school transportation, where possible, or alternative accessible transportation services for students with disabilities. We also consult with parents/guardians of students with disabilities to develop individual school transportation plans that detail student assistance needs.

For more information on accessible school transportation, please contact the Transportation Department or contact us for further information.

 
 
 
   
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Sean Oliver, a Grade 9 geography teacher at @gciLRSD, has maps plastered on his classroom walls. Much of his focus is on teaching students about the history of the land they study on. "Canada doesn’t look the same to all people," he says. Read more: https://t.co/XYkEhEuEHk https://t.co/dufg6QrONz

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RT @MBGov: Kids have questions about #COVID19. Join us today at 11 a.m. for a special event where kids ask the questions and receive answers from Lanette Siragusa and Dr. William Li. We’re in this together, so let’s talk about it! #covid19MB #stayhomeMB https://t.co/91VYjn9j6i

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