Our Strategic Plan

Mission Statement

Tri-Board will be accountable for safe, secure, efficient transportation to our school communities in partnership with our member school boards. We work closely with our local schools and bus operators to improve service while adhering to board policy and procedures. The latest technology and communication tools improve public awareness and student safety. Tri-Board is committed to transport eligible students to enable student success.

Vision

By strengthening the partnership with schools, bus operators and communities within our jurisdiction Tri-Board will continue to improve transportation services. Using leading edge technology and communications we will provide the most accurate and on-time information to our school communities. Tri-Board is committed to the growth and awareness of safety programs, initiatives and transporting students to greater success.

Goals

The goals outline the major themes of Tri-Board’s Strategic Plan and are organized under the “Wheels” of Safety, Efficiency, Service and Communication

Strategies

Strategies are developed according to goals and will be reviewed annually with Tri-Board Leadership to ensure completion.

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Happy Driver Appreciation Day!

As the centrepiece of School Bus Safety Week, we want to acknowledge the role of School Bus Drivers and Monitors. At the front line in getting 30,000 students to ...

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SCHOOL BUS SAFETY WEEK: October 16th-20th

October 16-20 2017 is School Bus Safety Week!  Check us out on social media for daily safety tips and SHARE YOUR OWN WITH #SBSW17 And don’t forget that the ...

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All Buses and Taxis Cancelled in Tri-Board - Jan 12 2018

Due to current poor road conditions, winter fog and pending freezing rain/flash freeze all bus and taxi transportation is cancelled for Tri-Board. The schools will remain open however any students driven to school by parents or guardians will need to be picked up at the end of the day. This decision affects students with the: