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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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RT @dciLRSD: Students & teachers embracing the outdoors; participating in a shelter building unit within Phys. Ed. class. #lancerpride #outdooreducation #stayingsafe https://t.co/PhfwnMQzrX

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We're hiring a Data Literacy Coordinator! This individual will help build staffs’ data literacy, provide strategic data analysis and research, support professional learning initiatives and more. Apply by Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 1 p.m.: https://t.co/BtDbaLtQYe https://t.co/j0sejNLc4q

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Have you ever wondered where frogs go in the winter? 🐸 #FunFact, some turn into "frogsicles" by filling their cells with glycerol, a natural antifreeze derived from sugar. Learn more interesting facts like this in the latest Nature Guide from @LSF_LST: https://t.co/sdBOxtOq9G https://t.co/0RD4Duf7L2

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