Welcome to the NLESD Student Transportation/Busing information page.



The District is excited to introduce the new Student Transportation Parent Portal. If you are a parent, please click on the Parent Portal icon above and create an account.

This Portal will let you know if your child is eligible for busing or not, and if eligible, it will provide you with your child's transportation schedule (bus route, assigned bus stop location and projected pickup/drop off times). You will also be automatically signed up to receive email notifications about routing changes applicable to your child(ren) throughout the school year.

IMPORTANT COVID-19 Student Transportation Information

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GENERAL STATISTICS
  • Over 62,000 students
  • Over 210 schools receiving student transportation service
  • Over 65 Student Transportation Operators (NLESD + Contractors)
    • Approximately 33% of bus service across the Province is completed by NLESD's District-operated service (school buses owned by NLESD and drivers employed by NLESD) and 67% by contractors (3rd party operators)
  • Over 2,400 transportation runs and over 900 transportation routes (a route can have multiple runs)
  • Over 10,000 bus stops
  • Over 42,000 transportation-eligible students
  • Over 15,000 students who reside within the Family Responsibility Zone (FRZ)
  • Over 4,000 students attending school who reside out of the school's catchment
  • District-operated school bus fleet of over 330
  • Over 400 District-operated employees
  • Contracted fleet of over 625 school buses and over 100 private vehicles
School Year District Operated Contracted TOTAL
2014-15$ 18,991,524$ 33,913,148 $ 52,904,672
2015-16$ 22,050,022$ 37,491,920$ 59,541,942
2016-17$ 20,538,746$ 36,655,404$ 57,194,150
2017-18$ 19,901,757$ 37,055,751$ 56,957,508
2018-19$ 19,372,233$ 36,727,179$ 56,099,412
2019-20$ 18,420,122$ 34,876,092$ 53,296,214
Source - note that these actuals include principal payments made on bus loans
LEGISLATION AND REGULATIONS

All school bus operators must follow the laws and regulations that apply to the maintenance and operation of commercial vehicles. This includes, but is not limited to:

Provincial Federal Recent Transport Canada publications:
ROLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DIGITAL GOVERNMENT & SERVICE NL

The Department of Digital Government & Service NL is responsible for monitoring school bus operators throughout the province. Their Highway Enforcement Division conducts school bus inspections, spot checks, investigations and facility audits to ensure operators comply with the highly regulated school bus requirements. This department also manages school bus registration, driver licensing and a carrier safety rating system that evaluates operator overall performance.
HOW THE STUDENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM WORKS

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador (Department of Education) funds the Newfoundland and Labrador English School District (the "District") to provide student transportation in accordance with their policies and guidelines.

The area of a school zone that is less than 1.6km from the school is considered the Family Responsibility Zone (FRZ). The Department of Education defines a student as eligible for transportation if they live 1.6 kilometres or farther from their zoned school (i.e. residing outside of the FRZ). This means that if you reside within 1.6km of your zoned school or outside of the school zone itself, your child is not eligible for transportation.

You can find school zone information here and find out what school your address is zoned for here.

If your child meets certain criteria outlined in the Department of Education's Alternate Transportation Policy, they could qualify for alternate transportation.

Bus routes are determined by the District based on the geographic location of all eligible students' civic addresses. This is done effectively and efficiently through the use of specialized school bus routing software. Eligible students are then assigned to a specific route based on their civic address. Therefore, a student is only eligible for transportation on their assigned route to and from their civic address (proof of address may be required by the school).

For more information, please review the District's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.

Service is provided with a combination of District-owned school buses (and District-employed bus drivers) and 3rd party contracted student transportation operators. Service is predominantly provided with school buses however in certain circumstances private vehicles can be used in accordance with Department of Education guidelines.

The District offers a supplemental service called courtesy seating. For more information on this, please review the District's Courtesy Seating Protocol.
SAFETY

Safety is an integral component of any successful student transportation system. The main factors of maintaining a safe student transportation system are:

  1. Safe Buses

    School buses are required by law to meet the Canadian Standards Association's D250 school bus standards, a prescriptive manufacturing standard that school buses must be built and maintained to throughout the service life of a school bus.

    To give an illustration of how safe school buses are, here is a quote from the 2020 Strengthening School Bus Safety in Canada report by the Federal Government's Task Force on School Bus Safety:

    Children traveling to school by school bus are 72 times safer than those traveling to school by car, and 45 times safer than those walking and cycling to school.

    For more information on why school buses are so safe, please go here.

    School bus operators are required by law to arrange for the completion of two Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections every year by an Official Inspection Station (a business licensed to inspect school buses). These inspections must be completed by a certified journeyperson mechanic. These two inspections are completed over the summer and in December. Additionally, Highway Enforcement Officers from the Department of Digital Government & Service NL complete an inspection of every school bus in the Fall of each year as well as a random inspection of 30% of the Province's school bus fleet on top of that at any time throughout the year. All of these inspections are very thorough.

    So every year, 70% of school buses are inspected 3 times a year, and 30% of school buses are inspected 4 times a year! To give some perspective on this, you may want to ask yourself when was the last time you had your personal vehicle inspected from top to bottom?

    By law, bus drivers are required to conduct, and document, a trip inspection every 24 hours and report any major defects to their supervisor immediately which need to be repaired before the school bus can return to service. If a school bus is involved in a collision, it must be inspected by a certified journeyperson mechanic before returning to service in consultation with the Highway Enforcement Division.

  2. Safe Drivers

    School bus drivers are held to the highest standards of safety and preparedness. The District outlines its standards in its Student Transportation Driver Standards. In order to transport students using a school bus, a driver must maintain a valid Class 2 Driver Licence (or Class 4 - Commercial) for smaller school buses) from the Motor Registration Division of the Department of Digital Government & Service NL. As per Motor Registration Division protocol, drivers holding a Class 2 or 4 commercial licence require a medical to be completed every 5 years until age 45, every 3 years until age 65 and every year after age 65.

    The District's Driver Standards includes driver documentation, minimum qualifications and how the District evaluates drivers. This includes regular Criminal Record & Vulnerable Sector screening as well as annual Driver Record screenings.

    In addition to a variety of school bus operator directed training, the District maintains a school bus driver online training system. Through this system, all drivers are given specific training assignments each year on a variety of safety topics and student transportation procedures that are required to be completed in order to be eligible to transport students.

    All drivers are also required to participate in emergency school bus evacuation drills with students every Fall and maintain a valid Emergency First Aid, CPR & Epipen certificate.

  3. Safe Route Design & Bus Stop Locations

    The District is responsible for designing safe bus routes and bus stop locations. The routes are determined by a set of criteria outlined by the Department of Education which is captured in the District's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines. Such criteria includes, but is not limited to, distances between stops, line of sight, posted speed limits, avoiding left turns where practical, widths of roads, grade of roads, intersections, traffic lanes and number of students.

    The District is responsible for the safety of students from the moment they step onto the bus in the morning and until the moment they disembark the bus in the afternoon. However, it is the parent's/guardian's responsibility to ensure their child gets to and from their assigned bus stop safely.

  4. Policy, Procedures & Laws - Safety Focus

    The school bus industry is one of the most highly regulated industries in Canada. The following entities have laws or policies and procedures that regulate the school bus industry in order to maintain the highest degree of safety as possible:



  5. All Stakeholders On Board

    Student transportation safety requires all stakeholders fulfilling their responsibilities within the student transportation system. The District's Student Transportation Handbook outlines the responsibilities of the main stakeholders. Here is a non-comprehensive table that provides a glimpse at the various stakeholders the safety of the system relies upon:

    STAKEHOLDER ROLE STAKEHOLDER ROLE
    Federal GovernmentSafety Laws and RegulationsDepartment of Digital Government and Service NLSafety Laws, Regulations (and Enforcement), Monitor Operators
    Department of EducationSafety Laws, Regulations (and Enforcement), Policies and Guidelines. Road MaintenanceParents/GuardiansFollow Parent/Guardian Student Transportation Expectations. Follow Parking Lot Rules
    NLESDFollow Federal and Provincial Requirements. Create Safety Policies and Procedures + Monitor OperatorsStudentsFollow Safety Rules
    School Bus OperatorsFollow Laws & Regulations. Follow Safety Procedures and Contract Agreements. Ensure Drivers are Properly TrainedMunicipalities & Department of Transportation & WorksRoad Maintenance & Pedestrian Infrastructure. Notifying the District of Detours
    DriversFollow Laws & Regulations. Follow Safety ProceduresLaw EnforcementEnforce Traffic Laws, such as Speeding and Vehicles Passing School Buses when Stop Arm is Engaged
    Principals & TeachersFollow Safety Procedures and School Bus Safety Program in SchoolsThe PublicFollow Traffic Laws

Below are some of the frequently asked questions we receive. Please click on a question to scroll down to the answer.

  1. How is student transportation eligibility determined?
  2. My child is attending french immersion at a school other than the one that they are zoned for because their zoned school does not offer french immersion; is there busing for students in this situation?
  3. How is the 1.6km Family Responsibility Zone measured?
  4. How are bus routes and bus stops designed?
  5. Google Maps says I am less than 1.6kms from the school but the school is telling me that I am not eligible; why is that?
  6. How do I register my child for busing?
  7. I witnessed a school bus speeding; who do I make a complaint with?
  8. I feel it is not safe for my child to walk alone to their bus stop; why can't it be closer to my home?
  9. I do not feel my child's bus stop is in a safe location; how do I place a request for it to be moved?
  10. How do I find out my child's transportation schedule?
  11. I just moved and need my child's bus stop/route changed; how do I do this?
  12. Why can't my child bring a hockey bag or large instrument on the bus?
  13. How safe are school buses?
  14. Why aren't there seat belts on school buses?
  15. What is my responsibility as a parent?
  16. My child alternates weeks at Mom's house and Dad's house; will they get a seat on both buses?
  17. I live less than 1.6km from my child's school; do I have any options for transportation?
  18. What is Courtesy Seating?
  19. I applied for a courtesy seat on a bus but got denied. I see the bus driving around half full; why can I not get a seat on the bus?
  20. Where do I go if I am having issues with my Parent Portal account?


1. How is student transportation eligibility determined?

The area of a school zone that is less than 1.6km from the school is considered the Family Responsibility Zone (FRZ).

The Department of Education defines a student as eligible for transportation if they live 1.6 kilometres or farther from their zoned school (outside of the FRZ). This means that if you reside within 1.6km of your zoned school or outside of the school zone itself, your child is not eligible for transportation.

You can find school zone information here and find out what school your address is zoned for here.

If your child meets certain criteria outlined in the Department of Education's Alternate Transportation Policy, they could qualify for alternate transportation.

A student is only eligible for transportation on their assigned route to and from their civic address.
2. My child is attending french immersion at a school other than the one that they are zoned for because their zoned school does not offer french immersion; is there busing for students in this situation?

French immersion is considered an elective program and therefore there is no french program transportation services provided. If a parent chooses to have their child attend a school other than the one that they are zoned for then they will not be eligible for transportation.

You can find school zone information here and find out what school your address is zoned for here.
3. How is the 1.6km Family Responsibility Zone measured?

The distance to a school is defined as the shortest route by a publicly maintained roadway from the very end of the student's driveway where it meets a publicly maintained roadway to the beginning of the nearest school access point (roadway or walkway) via a publicly maintained road.

An access point is considered a vehicle entrance, vehicle exit or walkway to an entrance to the school facility. Traffic flow signage is NOT considered as the measurement is based on general access, not exclusively vehicular access; therefore, it is not restricted by traffic direction requirements.

For more information, please review the NLESD's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.
4. How are bus routes and bus stops designed?

Bus routes are determined by the District based on the geographic location of all eligible students' civic address. Eligible students are then assigned to a specific route based on their civic address. Therefore, a student is only eligible for transportation on their assigned route to and from their civic address (proof of address may be required by the school).

For more information, please review the NLESD's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.
5. Google Maps says I am less than 1.6kms from the school but the school is telling me that I am not eligible; why is that?

The distance to a school is defined as the shortest route by a publicly maintained roadway from the very end of the student's driveway where it meets a publicly maintained roadway to the beginning of the nearest school access point (roadway or walkway) via a publicly maintained road.

An access point is considered a vehicle entrance, vehicle exit or walkway to an entrance to the school facility. Traffic flow signage is NOT considered as the measurement is based on general access, not specifically vehicular access; therefore, it is not restricted by traffic direction requirements.

Google Maps's default distance measurement is by vehicle whereas the distance for transportation eligibility is measured by shortest distance by publicly maintained roadway.

Also, the road network that Google Maps uses is not always accurate and therefore could be incorrectly plotting your address on the map thereby incorrectly measuring the distance from your child's school from your house.

Google Maps is also not considering walkway access points of the school when measuring distances.

For more information, please review the NLESD's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.
6. How do I register my child for busing?

There is no registration process. Based on the location of a student's address, if eligible, once the student is registered with the school and their address uploaded into the District's Student Information System (Powerschool), they are automatically assigned a seat on the appropriate bus route.

For more information, please review the NLESD's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.
7. I witnessed a school bus speeding; how do I report this?

Local law enforcement are the authority responsible for enforcing speed limits on roadways therefore it is recommended for anyone who witnesses a school bus speeding to make a complaint with them.

It is important to note the name of the company on the side of the bus (located on both sides) as well as the licence plate number so it can be easily identified.

If this occurs between the hours 7:00-9:00am or 2:00-4:00pm (timeframe when school buses are providing transportation service to the District), please also submit a Public Inquiry here:


8. I feel it is not safe for my child to walk alone to their bus stop; why can't it be closer to my home?

The District is responsible to make sure bus stops are in safe locations. The District is also responsible for the safety of students from the moment they step onto the bus in the morning and until the moment they disembark the bus in the afternoon.

However, it is the parent's/guardian's responsibility to ensure their child gets to and from their assigned bus stop safely. Department of Education guidelines state that routes should remain on main roads and only permitted to travel on side roads if students live more than 500 metres from the main road.

If the concern is regarding unsafe walking paths or inadequate pedestrian infrastructure from your home to the bus stop, please direct these concerns to the municipality or organization that is responsible for road maintenance in your area.

For more information, please review the NLESD's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.
9. I do not feel my child's bus stop is in a safe location; how do I place a request for it to be moved?

The District takes student safety very seriously and, in conjunction with transportation operators, is responsible to ensure bus stops are in safe locations. Each bus stop should be evaluated for safety and efficiency. In areas where Contractors provide transportation service, the Contractor is responsible to review all routes and bus stops provided by the District before the beginning of the school year and report any safety concerns to the District.

The following is a list of some of the factors that are considered when assessing the safety of a bus stop location:
  • Line of Sight
  • Speed Limits
  • Traffic Lanes
  • Intersections
  • Number of Students
  • Crosswalks

For more information, please review the NLESD's Bus Route & Stop Guidelines.

Please note that concerns regarding safe walking paths or inadequate pedestrian infrastructure to and from the bus stop should be brought to the municipality or organization responsible for road maintenance for the area. These factors are not considered when identifying bus stop locations as it is the parent's/guardian's responsibility to ensure their child's safety to and from the bus stop.

Please feel free to submit a Public Inquiry Form if you are requesting a bus stop be moved due to safety concerns:


10. How do I find out my child's transportation schedule?

By creating a Student Transportation Parent Portal account here. The Parent Portal will let you know if your child is eligible for transportation and, if eligible, it will provide you with the route, bus stop as well as the projected pick up and drop off times.

The Parent Portal will also automatically provide you with an email notification if your child's transportation schedule changes throughout the school year (for example:. if NLESD needs to adjust the routes to balance loads mid-year or if there is a road blockage requiring a detour which changes your child's route and/or stop).

Bus route information can also be found here on the right hand side of each school (under the Quick Links section).
11. I just moved and need my child's bus stop/route changed; how do I do this?

The first thing you need to do is notify your child's school of the updated address (proof of address may be required). Once this is done your child will be automatically assigned to the appropriate bus stop (if eligible) according to their civic address.

If you are looking for what the new route/bus stop/pick up/drop off times are for your new address, please login to your Parent Portal account (go here to register if you haven't created an account yet). Alternatively, you can ask your child's school for this information or submit an NLESD Public Inquiry Form:


12. Why can't my child bring a hockey bag or large instrument on the bus?

The Highway Traffic Act's (HTA) Bus Regulations states the following:

9. Articles on bus
  1. A person or article shall not be carried in a bus in a position that is likely to obstruct the driver.
  2. The interior and exterior of every bus shall be free of all unnecessary projections which are likely to injure passengers.
  3. Luggage must be properly secured on all buses, school buses and disabled passenger vehicles in a manner so that it is separated from the passenger compartment or cannot come in contact with passengers in an accident.
  4. For the purpose of this section, luggage is defined as the travelling bags and personal belongings of passengers but excludes small hand held baggage that is normally carried by or with the passenger.
Hockey bags and large instruments are considered 'luggage' and thus, according to the HTA, are not permitted to be transported in a school bus unless properly secured in accordance with regulations.
13. How safe are school buses?

Quotes from the 2020 Strengthening School Bus Safety in Canada report by the Federal Government's Task Force on School Bus Safety:

Children traveling to school by school bus are 72 times safer than those traveling to school by car, and 45 times safer than those walking and cycling to school.

School buses are the safest way to transport children to and from school, more so than any other means of transportation. That is because school buses are built - inside and out - to protect children. They are painted a distinctive shade of yellow, and are equipped with flashing red lights and a stop arm designed to help children get on and off the bus safely. Governed by some 40 federal regulations and a robust set of standards, school buses also have a series of structural safety features built in that are specifically designed to safeguard children in the event of a collision. For example, they are mandated to have reinforced joints, high roof crush standards, electronic stability control to help prevent rollovers, window retention to mitigate ejection, emergency exit requirements, and a highly effective seat design referred to as compartmentalization.


For more information on why school buses are so safe, please go here. You can also review the District's policies and procedures that all revolve around student safety.
14. Why aren't there seat belts on school buses?

Quotes from the 2020 Strengthening School Bus Safety in Canada report by the Federal Government's Task Force on School Bus Safety:

Notably, school buses have a strong occupant protection record, owing largely to the extensive suite of protective safety features built into the bus. At the same time, there is acknowledgement that three-point seatbelts on school buses, when they are installed correctly and worn properly, can offer an additional layer of safety by reducing the risk of ejection and lowering the risk of serious injury, particularly in the context of collisions involving rollover, side-impact, or vertical lift scenarios. That is why a July 2018 regulatory requirement now governs how three-point seatbelts are installed on school buses. At present, such installation remains optional in recognition of the strong safety record of school buses and the considerations associated with seatbelt installation and use (e.g. consequences of misuse, emergency evacuations, liability). In view of the Task Force's ongoing efforts to work through these considerations (e.g. development of draft Guidelines for the Use of Seatbelts on School Buses, to be validated by way of a pilot with interested jurisdictions), there is merit in further exploring whether to move toward future mandatory seatbelt requirements, and in encouraging the development by manufacturers of other occupant protection features, such as energy-absorbing side-structure padding and inflatable 'curtain' airbags.

Please go here for more information on this topic.
15. What is my responsibility as a parent?

  1. Ensure child's civic address is provided to the school as well as immediately when an address change occurs (be prepared to provide proof of address)
  2. Create a Student Transportation Parent Portal account (this is optional) to view your child's transportation schedule and to receive automatic change notifications
  3. Ensure child arrives at school by whichever means the parent/guardian deem safe
  4. Ensure child does not ride the school bus without a proper child car seat if weighing less than 40 pounds. In such a situation, notify the school and NLESD will ensure proper arrangements are made in accordance with the Highway Traffic Act.
  5. Discuss Student Responsibilities with their child (section below) and impress upon them the importance to follow these responsibilities for safety purposes
  6. Ensure the safety and supervision of their child prior to them boarding the bus at the beginning of the school day and upon them exiting the bus at the end of the school day (includes ensuring their safety traveling to and from the bus stop)
  7. Ensure child is dressed appropriately for the weather
  8. Ensure child has their belongings stored securely in an appropriate carry on
  9. Ensure child does not bring large bags, skateboards, scooters or medium/large instruments with them on the bus (Section 9 of the Highway Traffic Act does not permit these items from being transported on the bus for safety reasons)
  10. Ensure child is at the bus stop five (5) minutes before the scheduled arrival time of the bus
  11. Make the School Administrator aware of any student who is transported that may have significant medical conditions (ex. Anaphylaxis) which may require intervention
  12. Consider the school bus driver as a member of the school system. They are entitled to the respect and courtesy due to all school personnel
  13. Parents/guardians are financially responsible for any willful damage made by their child to the bus and/or equipment on the bus
  14. Be aware that their child can be suspended temporarily or permanently from availing of NLESD transportation if repeated behavioural issues occur that could pose a risk to school bus, and/or student safety
  15. Parents/Guardian of Kindergarten students must meet the student at their bus stop after school unless written authorization is provided to the school permitting another adult. This involves being present at the door of the bus to receive the student so the driver can confirm identity. For safety purposes, bus drivers are instructed to keep a Kindergarten student on the bus and return them to school after the end of their run if the parent/guardian (or authorized adult) is not at the door of the bus to receive them
  16. If the Kindergarten student has been returned to school, the parent/guardian is then responsible to make alternate arrangements to get them at school.
  17. If seeking a bus stop other than the one that has been assigned to their child based on the civic address, follow the Courtesy Seating Process by completing a Courtesy Seating Application Form
  18. NLESD's Vehicle Idling Policy (FIN-503) establishes NLESD properties as idle free areas; please respect this policy for the overall safety of students and your school community as a whole

16. My child alternates weeks at Mom's house and Dad's house; will they get a seat on both buses?

If a student has two residences as a result of a legal joint custody situation, and both residences are eligible for transportation but on different routes, then the student is eligible to have a seat each route.
17. I live less than 1.6km from my child's school; do I have any options for transportation?

Where it is safe to do so, the District permits a single courtesy bus stop within the 1.6km Family Responsibility Zone (FRZ) per bus route. The following criteria is used to determine its location:

  • Shall be located on an existing route;
  • Shall be located around the 1.0 km mark (the stop will not change year-to-year);
  • Stop shall be the last stop before arriving to school in the morning and the first drop off in the PM;
  • Stop must be located within the catchment of the school; and
  • The location must in a safe location in accordance with the District's Bus Route and Stop Design Guidelines
Your child would need to apply for a courtesy seat and the school would then review your application in accordance with the District's Courtesy Seating Protocol.
18. What is Courtesy Seating?

A courtesy seat is a seat on a bus route for a student who has not been assigned to this route based on their civic address i..e not eligible for student transportation on that route.

For more information on Courtesy Seating, please review the District's Courtesy Seating Protocol.
19. I applied for a courtesy seat on a bus but got denied. I see the bus driving around half full; why can I not get a seat on the bus?

Bus routes are allocated and designed based on the civic addresses of all eligible students, regardless of how often an eligible student rides the bus, if at all. Family circumstances can change at any time and therefore a seat is always earmarked for an eligible student unless they have rescinded their seat in writing with the school. Any available seats after all eligible students are assigned a route are available to be filled through the Courtesy Seating Protocol.

For example, a large bus can seat 70 elementary students. Route 3 has 67 eligible students. 2 of these students have rescinded their seat leaving 5 (70-67+2) available to be assigned as per the Courtesy Seating Protocol. There are 10 courtesy seat applications for this route therefore the 5 youngest students will be approved for a courtesy seat. All 70 seats are now assigned (65 eligible, 5 courtesy) however only 45 consistently ride the bus everyday giving the appearance that the bus is not full even though all seats are assigned to students.
20. Where do I go if I am having issues with my Parent Portal account?

If you are looking for Parent Portal support, please complete a Public Inquiry Form:






BUS ROUTE DOCUMENTATION

Below is a list of all schools with bus routes and catchment map details updated as of August 20, 2021. To view the latest Bus Route information for your school, click to open the list and select the bus route document to view. (Only schools with updated bus route documentation available will be listed.) If no bus route document is available below, you can check the School Directory for last years bus route documentation, or please contact the school or your regional office. To view a school profile page with complete school information including bus route information, click on the school name or check out the School Directory to select your school's profile page.

Below are bus route updates as of August 23, 2021

SCHOOL NAME TOWN/CITY REGION UPDATED ROUTE
A. P. Low Primary Labrador City labrador 2021/11/19 VIEW
A. R. Scammell Academy Change Islands central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Acreman Elementary Green's Harbour Avalon 2021/11/05 VIEW
Admiral's Academy Conception Bay South Avalon 2021/09/27 VIEW
All Hallows Elementary North River Avalon 2021/10/29 VIEW
Amalgamated Academy Bay Roberts Avalon 2021/11/05 VIEW
Anthony Paddon Elementary Musgravetown central 2021/10/01 VIEW
Ascension Collegiate Bay Roberts Avalon 2021/12/02 VIEW
Baccalieu Collegiate Old Perlican Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Baltimore School Ferryland Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Bay Roberts Primary Bay Roberts Avalon 2021/10/14 VIEW
Bay d'Espoir Academy St. Alban's central 2021/11/03 VIEW
Bayside Academy (DC Young) Port Hope Simpson labrador 2021/08/23 VIEW
Bayview Academy St. George's western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Beachy Cove Elementary Portugal Cove-St. Philip's Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
Beaconsfield Junior High St. John's Avalon 2021/09/08 VIEW
Belanger Memorial School Doyles western 2021/09/24 VIEW
Bishop Abraham St. John's Avalon 2021/10/08 VIEW
Bishop Feild Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/12/01 VIEW
Bishop White School Port Rexton central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Bonne Bay Academy Woody Point western 2021/11/12 VIEW
Botwood Collegiate Botwood central 2021/12/01 VIEW
Brian Peckford Primary Triton western 2021/12/02 VIEW
Brookside Intermediate Portugal Cove-St. Philip's Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
Brother Rice Junior High St. John's Avalon 2021/10/15 VIEW
Burgeo Academy Burgeo western 2021/12/01 VIEW
C. C. Loughlin Elementary Corner Brook western 2021/10/08 VIEW
Cabot Academy Western Bay Avalon 2021/10/15 VIEW
Canon Richards Memorial Academy Flower's Cove western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Cape John Collegiate La Scie western 2021/12/01 VIEW
Cape St. Francis Elementary Pouch Cove Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
Carbonear Academy Carbonear Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
Carbonear Collegiate Carbonear Avalon 2021/10/18 VIEW
Catalina Elementary School Catalina central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Centreville Academy Centreville-Wareham central 2021/12/01 VIEW
Christ the King School Rushoon central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Clarenville High School Clarenville central 2021/10/04 VIEW
Clarenville Middle School Clarenville central 2021/10/04 VIEW
Cloud River Academy Roddickton western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Copper Ridge Academy Baie Verte western 2021/10/22 VIEW
Corner Brook Intermediate Corner Brook western 2021/10/08 VIEW
Corner Brook Regional High Corner Brook western 2021/10/22 VIEW
Cottrell's Cove Academy Cottrell's Cove central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Cowan Heights Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/10/29 VIEW
Crescent Collegiate Blaketown Avalon 2021/11/05 VIEW
Discovery Collegiate Bonavista central 2021/12/01 VIEW
Donald C. Jamieson Academy Burin Bay Arm central 2021/09/10 VIEW
Dorset Collegiate Pilley's Island western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Dunne Memorial Academy St. Mary's Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
E.A. Butler All Grade McKay's western 2021/08/27 VIEW
East Point Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/10/06 VIEW
Eastside Elementary Corner Brook western 2021/09/24 VIEW
Elizabeth Park Elementary Paradise Avalon 2021/10/01 VIEW
Elwood Elementary Deer Lake western 2021/11/19 VIEW
Elwood Regional High School Deer Lake western 2021/12/01 VIEW
Exploits Valley High Grand Falls-Windsor central 2021/09/20 VIEW
Exploits Valley Intermediate Grand Falls-Windsor central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Fatima Academy St. Bride's Avalon 2021/11/10 VIEW
Fitzgerald Academy English Harbour West central 2021/11/22 VIEW
Fogo Island Central Academy Fogo Island central 2021/10/08 VIEW
Forest Park Primary Grand Falls-Windsor central 2021/09/10 VIEW
Fortune Bay Academy St. Bernard's-Jacques Fontaine central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Frank Roberts Junior High CBS Avalon 2021/10/29 VIEW
French Shore Academy Port Saunders western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Gander Academy Gander central 2021/09/24 VIEW
Gander Collegiate Gander central 2021/11/19 VIEW
Gander Elementary Gander central 2021/11/19 VIEW
Gill Memorial Academy Musgrave Harbour central 2021/10/15 VIEW
Glovertown Academy Glovertown central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Gonzaga High School St. John's Avalon 2021/11/05 VIEW
Goulds Elementary Goulds Avalon 2021/11/22 VIEW
Grandy's River Collegiate Burnt Islands western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Green Bay South Academy Robert's Arm western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Greenwood Academy Campbellton central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Gros Morne Academy Rocky Harbour western 2021/12/01 VIEW
Hampden Academy Hampden western 2021/12/01 VIEW
Hazelwood Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/11/19 VIEW
Helen Tulk Elementary Bishop's Falls central 2021/08/30 VIEW
Henry Gordon Academy Cartwright labrador 2021/11/30 VIEW
Heritage Collegiate Lethbridge central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Hillside Elementary La Scie western 2021/10/12 VIEW
Hillview Academy Norris Arm central 2021/12/01 VIEW
Holy Cross All Grade Daniel's Harbour western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Holy Cross Elementary (Holyrood) Holyrood Avalon 2021/11/26 VIEW
Holy Cross School Complex Eastport central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Holy Family Elementary (Chapel Arm) Chapel Arm Avalon 2021/09/22 VIEW
Holy Family Elementary (Paradise) Paradise Avalon 2021/10/22 VIEW
Holy Heart of Mary St. John's Avalon 2021/10/08 VIEW
Holy Name of Mary Academy Lawn central 2020/10/09 VIEW
Holy Redeemer Elementary Spaniard's Bay Avalon 2021/11/22 VIEW
Holy Spirit High Conception Bay South Avalon 2021/11/02 VIEW
Holy Trinity Elementary Torbay Avalon 2021/11/19 VIEW
Holy Trinity High School Torbay Avalon 2021/10/22 VIEW
Immaculate Conception Primary Colliers Avalon 2021/10/08 VIEW
Indian River Academy Springdale western 2021/11/26 VIEW
Indian River High School Springdale western 2021/11/26 VIEW
J. J. Curling Elementary Corner Brook western 2021/11/14 VIEW
J.M. Olds Collegiate Twillingate central 2021/12/01 VIEW
J.R. Smallwood Middle School Wabush labrador 2021/11/16 VIEW
Jakeman All Grade Trout River western 2021/10/01 VIEW
Jane Collins Academy Hare Bay central 2021/08/23 VIEW
John Burke High School Grand Bank central 2021/10/15 VIEW
John Watkins Academy Hermitage central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Juniper Ridge Intermediate Torbay Avalon 2021/11/12 VIEW
King Academy Harbour Breton central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Labrador Straits Academy L'Anse au Loup labrador 2021/08/23 VIEW
Lake Academy Fortune central 2021/11/12 VIEW
Lake Melville School North West River labrador 2021/10/11 VIEW
Lakeside Academy Buchans central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Lakewood Academy Glenwood central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Larkhall Academy St. John's Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Laval High School Placentia Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Leading Tickles Primary Leading Tickles, NL central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Learys Brook Junior High St. John's Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Leo Burke Academy Bishop's Falls central 2021/08/30 VIEW
Lewisporte Academy Lewisporte central 2021/10/22 VIEW
Lewisporte Collegiate Lewisporte central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Lewisporte Intermediate Lewisporte central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Long Range Academy Cow Head western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Lourdes Elementary Lourdes western 2021/10/07 VIEW
Lumsden Academy Lumsden central 2021/08/23 VIEW
M.S.B. Regional Academy Middle Arm western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Macdonald Drive Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
Macdonald Drive Junior High St. John's Avalon 2021/10/01 VIEW
Main River Academy Pollard's Point western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Mary Queen of Peace St. John's Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Mary Queen of the World Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/09/17 VIEW
Mary Simms All Grade Main Brook western 2020/11/26 VIEW
Marystown Central High Marystown central 2021/11/04 VIEW
Matthew Elementary Bonavista central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Mealy Mountain Collegiate Happy Valley-Goose Bay labrador 2021/09/17 VIEW
Memorial Academy Botwood central 2021/09/07 VIEW
Menihek High School Labrador City labrador 2021/08/31 VIEW
Mobile Central High School Mobile Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Morris Academy Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/11/30 VIEW
Mount Pearl Intermediate Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/09/22 VIEW
Mount Pearl Senior High Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/08/24 VIEW
New World Island Academy Summerford central 2021/11/26 VIEW
Newtown Elementary School Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/10/08 VIEW
O'Donel High Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/10/01 VIEW
Octagon Pond Elementary Paradise Avalon 2021/09/28 VIEW
Our Lady of Mercy Elementary St. George's western 2018/10/30 VIEW
Our Lady of the Cape School Cape St. George western 2021/12/02 VIEW
Paradise Elementary Paradise Avalon 2021/11/05 VIEW
Paradise Intermediate Paradise Avalon 2021/11/18 VIEW
Pasadena Academy Pasadena western 2021/10/29 VIEW
Pasadena Elementary Pasadena western 2021/11/29 VIEW
Peacock Primary School Happy Valley-Goose Bay labrador 2021/11/19 VIEW
Pearce Junior High School Burin Bay Arm central 2021/11/05 VIEW
Pearson Academy Wesleyville central 2021/09/06 VIEW
Perlwin Elementary Winterton Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Persalvic School Complex Victoria Avalon 2021/11/19 VIEW
Phoenix Academy Carmanville central 2021/09/24 VIEW
Piccadilly Central High Piccadilly western 2021/12/01 VIEW
Point Leamington Academy Point Leamington central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Prince of Wales Collegiate St. John's Avalon 2021/09/10 VIEW
Queen Elizabeth Regional High Stn. Foxtrap, C.B.S. Avalon 2021/11/19 VIEW
Queen of Peace Middle School Happy Valley-Goose Bay labrador 2021/11/19 VIEW
Random Island Academy Hickmans Harbour central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Rennie's River Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Riverside Elementary Clarenville central 2021/09/03 VIEW
Riverwood Academy Wing's Point central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Roncalli Central High Avondale Avalon 2021/10/22 VIEW
Roncalli Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/09/10 VIEW
Sacred Heart Academy Marystown central 2021/12/01 VIEW
Sacred Heart Elementary Corner Brook western 2021/10/01 VIEW
Sandstone Academy Ladle Cove central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Smallwood Academy Gambo central 2021/10/22 VIEW
Southwest Arm Academy Little Heart's Ease central 2021/09/07 VIEW
Sprucewood Academy Grand Falls-Windsor central 2021/11/30 VIEW
St. Andrews Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/11/19 VIEW
St. Annes Academy Dunville Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Augustines Elementary Bell Island Avalon 2021/10/14 VIEW
St. Bernard's Elementary Witless Bay Avalon 2021/12/01 VIEW
St. Catherine's Academy Mount Carmel-Mitchell's Brook-St.Catherine's Avalon 2021/09/10 VIEW
St. Edward's School Kelligrews, CBS Avalon 2021/11/23 VIEW
St. Francis School Harbour Grace Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
St. Francis of Assisi Outer Cove Avalon 2021/09/13 VIEW
St. George's Elementary Conception Bay South Avalon 2021/09/24 VIEW
St. James All Grade Lark Harbour western 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. James Elementary Port Aux Basques western 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. James Regional High Port aux Basques western 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. John Bosco St. John's Avalon 2020/11/13 VIEW
St. Joseph's Academy Lamaline central 2021/11/03 VIEW
St. Joseph's All Grade Terrenceville central 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Joseph's Elementary Harbour Breton central 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Kevin's High School Goulds Avalon 2021/10/06 VIEW
St. Kevins Junior High Goulds Avalon 2021/11/19 VIEW
St. Lawrence Academy St. Lawrence central 2021/09/01 VIEW
St. Lewis Academy St. Lewis labrador 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Mark's School King's Cove central 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Mary's All Grade Mary's Harbour labrador 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Mary's Elementary St. John's Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Michael's Elementary Stephenville Crossing western 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Michaels Regional High Bell Island Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Paul's Intermediate School Gander central 2021/11/19 VIEW
St. Paul's Junior High St. John's Avalon 2021/11/24 VIEW
St. Peter's Academy Benoit's Cove western 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Peter's Academy (Westport) Westport western 2021/12/02 VIEW
St. Peters Elementary (UIC) Upper Island Cove Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
St. Peters Junior High School Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/11/30 VIEW
St. Peters Primary Mount Pearl Avalon 2021/09/10 VIEW
St. Teresas School/Ecole St. John's Avalon 2021/10/22 VIEW
St. Thomas Aquinas Port au Port western 2021/09/17 VIEW
Stella Maris Academy Trepassey Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
Stephenville Elementary Stephenville western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Stephenville High Stephenville western 2021/11/10 VIEW
Stephenville Middle School Stephenville western 2021/09/17 VIEW
Stephenville Primary Stephenville western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Swift Current Academy Swift Current central 2021/09/29 VIEW
TEST SCHOOL Testville Avalon 2021/08/25 VIEW
Templeton Academy Meadows western 2021/10/01 VIEW
Topsail Elementary Topsail, C.B.S. Avalon 2021/10/29 VIEW
Tricentia Academy Arnold's Cove central 2021/08/23 VIEW
Tricon Elementary Bay de Verde Avalon 2021/11/24 VIEW
Truman Eddison Memorial Griquet western 2021/11/05 VIEW
Twillingate Island Elementary Twillingate central 2021/10/15 VIEW
Upper Gullies Elementary Conception Bay South Avalon 2021/10/15 VIEW
Valmont Academy King's Point western 2021/09/07 VIEW
Viking Trail Academy Plum Point western 2021/08/23 VIEW
Villanova Junior High Conception Bay South Avalon 2021/09/17 VIEW
Waterford Valley High St. John's Avalon 2021/09/13 VIEW
Whitbourne Elementary Whitbourne Avalon 2021/08/23 VIEW
White Hills Academy St. Anthony western 2021/10/01 VIEW
William Gillett Academy Charlottetown labrador 2021/08/23 VIEW
William Mercer Academy Dover central 2021/11/05 VIEW
Woodland Elementary Dildo Avalon 2021/09/14 VIEW
Woodland Primary Grand Falls-Windsor central 2021/10/29 VIEW
Xavier Junior High Deer Lake western 2021/11/19 VIEW

 


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