Bus Routes & Information
Student Bus Routes and More Now Online
Bus route information for the 2022-23 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.
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 have been suspended for the 22-23 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.
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.