Current Route Status

Acme

A-1 - Garry (Yosemite Sam)
On time
Updated: Mar 17 at 10:56 PM
A-2 - Denice (Speedy Gonzales)
On time
Updated: Feb 12 at 1:18 PM
A-3 - Chris (Sylvester)
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 8:54 PM
A-4 - Thomasina (Tweety Bird)
On time
Updated: Apr 23 at 3:46 PM

Carbon

C-1 - Marie
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 1:20 PM
C-2 - Tanisha
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 8:54 PM
C-3 -Don M
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 1:20 PM

Carseland

CA-1 -Jolene
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:47 PM
CA-2 - Shawna
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:47 PM

Dr. Elliott

L-1 - Leah
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 2:16 PM
L-2 - Kelly
On time
Updated: Apr 16 at 4:56 PM
L-3 - Donia
On time
Updated: Feb 12 at 6:50 PM

Drumheller In Town

D-01 - Annette
On time
Updated: Apr 1 at 9:57 AM
D-02 - Don W
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:12 PM
D-03 - David
On time
Updated: Jan 27 at 11:18 AM
D-04 - Norma
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 2:16 PM
D-05 -Linda
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:16 PM
D-07 - Angelina
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:16 PM
D-08 - Sarah
On time
Updated: Dec 14 at 8:35 AM
D-10 - Jackie
On time
Updated: Feb 8 at 12:52 PM
D-11 - Tanja
On time
Updated: Feb 8 at 2:02 PM

Drumheller Out of Town

D-01 Out of Town Annette
On time
Updated: Apr 16 at 7:43 PM
D-02 Out of Town Don
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 12:55 PM
D-03 Out of Town David
On time
Updated: Jan 27 at 11:18 AM
D-05 Out of Town Linda
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 12:55 PM
D-09 - Jim
On time
Updated: May 7 at 1:44 PM

Strathmore In Town

S-01 Run 1 Jim
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:39 PM
S-02 Run 1 Kevin
On time
Updated: Nov 9 at 8:46 PM
S-02 Run 2 Kevin
On time
Updated: Nov 9 at 8:46 PM
S-03 Run 1 Andrew
On time
Updated: Aug 27 at 4:47 PM
S-03 Run 2 Andrew
On time
Updated: Aug 27 at 4:47 PM
S-04 Run 1 Jeanette
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:39 PM
S-04 Run 2 Jeanette
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:39 PM
S-05 Run 1 Robert
On time
Updated: Oct 15 at 5:58 AM
S-05 Run 2 Robert
On time
Updated: Oct 15 at 5:58 AM
S-06 Run 1 Leslie
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 1:41 PM
S-06 Run 2 Leslie
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 1:41 PM
S-07 Run 1 Susan
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:39 PM
S-07 Run 2 Susan
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:39 PM
S-08 Run 1 Relief Driver
On time
Updated: Aug 27 at 10:00 AM
S-08 Run 2 Relief Driver
On time
Updated: Aug 27 at 10:00 AM
S-09 Run 1 Tammie
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 1:41 PM
S-09 Run 2 Tammie
On time
Updated: Feb 11 at 1:41 PM
S-10 International Hank
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:41 PM

Strathmore Out of Town

SM-01 - Ron K
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:36 PM
SM-02 - Suzie
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 12:58 PM
SM-03 - Dave
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:36 PM
SM-04 - Nicola
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM
SM-05 - Susan M
On time
Updated: May 3 at 11:38 PM
SM-06 - Adriana
On time
Updated: Apr 20 at 9:15 PM
SM-07 - Danielle
On time
Updated: Apr 29 at 5:09 PM
SM-08 - Lori
On time
Updated: May 7 at 1:44 PM
SM-09 - Fred
On time
Updated: Aug 26 at 8:37 PM
SM-10 - Amber
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 1:15 PM
SM-11 - Marilyn
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM
SM-12 - Jenn
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 2:07 PM
SM-13 - Jessica
On time
Updated: Apr 27 at 6:31 AM
SM-14 - Bonnie
On time
Updated: Apr 27 at 6:31 AM
SM-15 Daphne G
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 2:07 PM

Three Hills

TH-01 - Lana
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 12:38 PM
TH-02 - Jerri-Lynn
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 12:38 PM
TH-03 - Randy
On time
Updated: Feb 8 at 7:07 PM
TH-04-Michelle
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 1:42 PM
TH-05 - Rita
On time
Updated: May 6 at 6:24 AM
TH-06 - Marlowe
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 12:38 PM
TH-07 - Leonie
On time
Updated: May 7 at 1:44 PM

Trochu

TV-01 - Charlotte
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM
TV-02 - Greg
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM
TV-03 - Caleb
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM
TV-04 - Candee
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM
TV-05 - Julie
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:48 PM

Wheatland Crossing

WC-01 - Jana
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
WC-02 - Patti
On time
Updated: May 7 at 1:44 PM
WC-03 - Joan
On time
Updated: May 7 at 1:44 PM
WC-04 - Pam
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
WC-05 - Terri
On time
Updated: Apr 27 at 6:31 AM
WC-06 - Don Mc
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
WC-07 - Ernie
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
WC-08 - JoAnn
On time
Updated: Apr 16 at 7:43 PM
WC-09 - Tracy D
On time
Updated: May 7 at 1:44 PM
WC-10 - Samantha
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
WC-11 - Ron E
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
WC-12 - Stephanie
On time
Updated: Mar 29 at 5:49 PM
Message to Educators from the Minister of Education |

Message to Educators from the Minister of Education

Dear Educators, 

On behalf of the Government of Alberta, we sincerely thank you for your dedication to your students during this unprecedented time. We know that these are trying circumstances and that you have had to adapt quickly to keep supporting the children and young adults of Alberta. 

As the Ministers of Education and Children's Services, we want to draw your attention to a potential issue that could arise during periods of social distancing, self-isolation, and increased stress with respect to your students. 

As teachers and administrators you are not only responsible for teaching children but for protecting and caring for your students every day. For the most vulnerable children in our province whose parents sometimes struggle to provide safe, stable homes, schools are a crucial part of their support network. As this pandemic progresses, we are concerned about children facing neglect and abuse, without the typical support systems in place. In fact, the factors that lead to abuse, namely poverty and trauma, may worsen in the coming months. We need to work together to make sure that vulnerable children and their families continue to have the right types of support and that we remain vigilant for any signs that a family is unable to keep their child safe at home. 

Parents who may already be struggling will be put under additional stress brought on by financial insecurity and prolonged periods of isolation. Parents who have faced trauma in the past may find it very difficult to cope with these additional pressures. 
As teachers who spend a great deal of time with the children in your class, you no doubt already know who these at risk kids and families are. 

So we are asking for your help. As you work over the coming weeks to put together your programming for the continuity of learning, we ask that you take special consideration of the children and families in your classes that may need additional supports or more frequent check­ins to ensure they are safe and their needs are being met. You are our eyes and ears for vulnerable kids and families. Please reach out to kids and families that have struggled in the past by either communicating via your online learning platform, or picking up the phone if your content is being delivered offline. Check in with parents to see how they are coping with the new normal we all face. Look closely for signs of potential abuse, neglect, or sexual exploitation. As always, if you have any concerns please immediately contact the Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800- 387-5437. If you believe a child is at risk, you must report it. Help is available in multiple languages 24/7.

While abuse may be more difficult to pick up on via video conference, the phone, or messaging apps, the following link highlights some behaviors that you can be looking for: 
https://www.alberta.ca/what-is-child-abuse-neglect-and-sexual-exploitation.aspx#toc-1. 

Like all ministries, Children's Services is adapting to the new reality of COVID-19 but remains ready and able to assess and investigate the abuse and neglect of children. While offices will not be open to the public, caseworkers are still at work, connecting with families with open Child Intervention files and ensuring that children placed in kinship, foster and group care have the supports that they need. 

School authorities across the province have also been adapting their services to best support their students during these unprecedented times. For example, Prairie Rose School Division has used their nutrition funding to create food packages for families who require it, and have been having their bus drivers deliver them to their homes. Funding continues to flow to school authorities. If you have any innovative ideas for how your school authority can adapt their services, such as their nutrition program, to support students, we would encourage you to voice them to your authority's leadership. 

Additionally, the Kids Help Phone, at 1-800-668-6868, is Canada's 24/7 national service offering professional counselling, information and referrals and volunteer-led, text-based support to young people. If you have families struggling with mental health issues please refer them to the Mental Health Help Line at 1-877-303-2642

The COVID-19 pandemic remains one of the toughest challenges that our province has ever faced but Albertans are resilient and community-minded. We have been overwhelmed by the outpouring of kindness and support, and those called to serve their communities with acts of generosity. We are humbly asking for your help as we look to continue to protect those that need our help most. 

Thank you, 

Hon. Adriana LaGrange Minister of Education 
Hon. Rebecca Schulz Minister of Children's Services