|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|
· 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.