Emergency Routes for School Buses Coming Monday

Due to county wide road restrictions going into effect on Monday, school buses will be going on emergency routes also beginning Monday. Emergency routes mean buses will not be traveling down certain roads due to weight restrictions. Instead, those students will be picked up at designated locations which vary depending on the District and area served. 

Shelton School District, which also houses buses for Pioneer and Southside, released the following:

Due to county wide road restrictions, all schools in the Shelton School District will be on emergency bus routes beginning Monday, January 9th until further notice. Information on Emergency/snow routes can be located on the Shelton SD Transportation web page at www.sheltonschools.org. Any changes will be posted on the District’s website and social media sites.

Specific information can be found here: https://www.sheltonschools.org/Departments/MCTC/SitePages/EmergencyBusRoutes.aspx

The Pioneer School District posted the following to its website:

Roger Lange, Director of Transportation, announced due to the county wide road restrictions, all schools in the Pioneer School District will be on emergency bus routes beginning Monday, January 9th until further notice. Information on emergency/snow routes can be located by clicking here or contact Transportation at (360) 426-3182.

The Southside School District has this on its website:

Due to the county wide road restrictions starting on Monday, January 9th, we will be adjusting our bus routes until we have been notified the restrictions have been lifted by county officials

Please follow the link below to view the Emergency Routes schedule as posting on the Shelton School District/Mason County Transportation CoOp website for Southside School District.

Any clarifying questions should be directed to Mason County Transportation CoOp 360-426-3182 or Southside School 360-426-8437.

Southside Emergency Bus Routes

Specific information from the Hood Canal School District, North Mason School District and Mary M. Knight has yet to be released but those districts will also be on emergency routes beginning Monday.