North Kitsap

School District

A Great Place to Live and Learn

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  • Welcome to NKSD Transportation
    Our main office phone number is 396-3099.
    Please feel free to call any time, email us at nktrans@nkschools.org
    School year office hours are 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
    The Last Day is a Half-Day
    Dismissal Time for NKHS-KHS and PMS is 10:55 AM
    KMS is 11:05 AM
    ALL Elementary Schools are dismissed at 12:20 PM  

     
    Participating in Intervention Summer School? Limited bus transportation is available.
    Buses will shuttle from neighborhood schools to the summer program sites
    at Poulsbo Middle School and Poulsbo Elementary.
    Times are listed below. Please keep in mind these times are estimates.
     
    Breidablik and Vinland Stops for Intervention Summer School
    7:55 am LEAVE BREIDABLIK 12:50 pm ARRIVE VINLAND
    8:05 am LEAVE VINLAND 1:05 pm ARRIVE BREIDABLIK
    Kingston Middle School-Suquamish-Gordon for Intervention Summer School
    7:40 am LEAVE GORDON 12:55 pm ARRIVE SUQUAMISH
    7:50 am LEAVE KMS 1:15 pm ARRIVE KMS
    8:05 am LEAVE SUQUAMISH 1:20 pm ARRIVE GORDON
    Pearson-Vinland for Intervention Summer School
    7:55 am LEAVE PEARSON 12:50 pm ARRIVE VINLAND
    8:05 am LEAVE VINLAND 1:05 pm ARRIVE PEARSON
     
     

     
    Wednesdays are early release days!
    Students are released 50 minutes earlier
    Secondary students (NKHS/KHS/PMS)
    are released at 1:35 PM and KMS at 1:45 PM. 
    Elementary students will be released at 3:00 PM. 
    Half-day kinder students are released 25 minutes earlier at 11:35 AM.
     
     

    For KINDERGAhappy bus RTEN bus riders: a parent or guardian (or other designated person) is required to meet kindergarten students when they are dropped off. If you have an older sibling getting off the bus with your child, we must have a signed & dated note giving permission to release your student with the sibling.
     
    Please remember that students need to be waiting at their bus stop at least five (5) minutes prior to the scheduled time. This ensures that students are not chasing after buses which creates a safety hazard, and also ensures that students do not miss the bus.   
     
    NOTE that pursuant to WAC 392-145-020.7: students may only use their regular established stop unless they have written permission from a parent-guardian to use another location.  
     
    holding EdRegarding bus numbers: our buses have four digit numbers printed on them. For example 99-08. The first two digits indicate the year of the bus, and the last two digits are the route number (and the bus number) 
     
    Email us your digital photos of NKSD buses out in the world and we may post them on our web site. Photo on right shows our buses waiting at the Edmonds ferry dock.   
     
     
    PSECS
    Is school closed? Delayed? To access the
    Public School
    Emergency Closure System
    website click on the PSECS logo. You need to enter North Kitsap School District to access our information.


    Riding Yellow Means Going Green!
    There are 480,000 school buses on the road across the U.S., providing public transportation for half the country’s students.  That’s 26 million kids who ride yellow buses to school each day.  Here’s how each bus impacts our communities.

     ·      36 FEWER PASSENGER CARS- Smoother Commutes

    Every school bus takes 36 private passenger vehicles off the road.  That means less time sitting in traffic, quieter and less congested intersections and a shorter commute for everyone.

    ·      180 MILLION GALLONS FUEL SAVED-Less Time at the Pump

    Each parent who has his or her child ride the bus to school will save approximately 180 gallons of fuel per year, $663 in fuel costs, and 3,600 miles from being put on the family car.

    ·      50 TIMES MORE SAFE-Out of Harm’s Way

    Students who ride the bus are 50 times more likely to arrive at school safely than when they drive themselves or ride with friends.

    ·      44.6 BILLION FEWER LBS CO2-Pollution Reduced

    Some 44.6 billion pounds of CO2 are saved each year by using school buses instead of private passenger vehicles. 

     

     
     
     
    Last Modified on June 12, 2015