Bus Routes & Information

  • Elementary student riding on a school bus.
     
    Student Bus Routes and More Now Online

    Bus route information for the 2021-22 school year is available. Families can use Infofinder to find their student's bus and route information. With just a few clicks, the user-friendly service can identify the location of the nearest bus stop, pick-up and drop-off times, and allow parents to sign-up for transportation notifications and alerts. 

    Just click on the link below and provide your student's home address, school of attendance, and grade level. Please note that you must be outside a one-mile radius from your home school to receive bus transportation by state law. 
     
    Bus Route Graphic
     
    Using Infofinder  |  My Bus Route
    1. Type Your Address
    2. Use the drop-down to select your child's grade
    3. Click on search
    4. Locate the nearest bus route (search for time and location)
    5. If you don't see a bus route, please email our team  

Kindergarten Riders

  • A parent or guardian must be present at the bus stop to pick up their Kindergarten child at the end of the day. If a guardian is unable to be present, they may designate another adult by submitting a written note to the Transportation Office in advance. The note will be kept on file upon request. Submit your request to the Transportation Director, Cathi Gutierrez.

Buddy Passes

  • Buddy Passes have been suspended for the 21-22 school year. Students may only ride on buses specifically assigned to them. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

Walking to School

  • The district partners with the City of Oak Harbor's Safe Routes to School program to support families with resources such as a Walking School Bus, Bike Trains, and other safe route resources.  If you have any questions regarding walking routes, please call our staff at 360.279.5570. 

Student Safety

  • Oak Harbor Public Schools and Oak Harbor Police Department partnered together to create the following PSA.  Please be mindful of school zones, flashing lights on buses and crosswalks.  Let's make a difference together.

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