Student Identification Tag Program (all grades)

Grade Level:                 All grades
Program Length:       Multiple years as needed
Program Type:            Safety Item

The Student Identification Tag Program is a quick, safe, free and effective means to assist all stakeholders in protecting our most vulnerable students. The identification tags are placed around the handgrip on the top of a student’s backpack.

Purple Tag -Met at Stop
Red Tag -Medical
Blue Tag -Transfer
Students with a Purple Tag will not be let off the bus without a parent or guardian present at the stop. These are provided to all new JK/SK students and by request from the school
After filling out a medical form/ Plan of Care at the school, students with major health concerns will be provided a Red Tag to alert drivers that they are at a higher risk of having a health emergency.
To be easily recognized by drivers,  students who transfer buses mid-route will be provided with a Blue Tag. These are provided to all primary grade students and by request from the school

 

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School Bus Capacity and COVID-19 Restrictions:

Due to COVID-19 and our anticipation of receiving further direction from the province and health authorities regarding the capacity of school buses, Tri-Board will not be able to approve any special circumstance transportation requests until late summer/ early fall.

Special Circumstance and Elective Learning Program applications will not be processed at this time.