Welcome to Student Transportation Services of Central Ontario (STSCO). STSCO is the consortium responsible for planning school bus routes for KPR, PVNC, and MonAvenir schools.
On behalf of School Boards served, STSCO will provide safe, effective and efficient student transportation which fully supports student success and achievement.
STSCO will model a culture of service and be a leader in the provision of student transportation, meeting the needs of students and school communities both now and into the future.
Please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page or click the corresponding school board logo below for more detailed information regarding policies.
Is your child new to riding the bus this year? If so, please visit our New Riders webpage by clicking here.
If you're interested in School Bus Safety Resources and/or Training Videos, simply click on Buzzy the Bee, seen in the image below.
In accordance with Public Health recommendations, STSCO will be implementing a variety of measures to ensure the safety of our drivers and students during the upcoming school year. For more information, please click here.
Using the Bus?
Is your child eligible for transportation and did you opt-out of busing? If your child is ready to ride the bus again let us know by clicking here. Please note that your child will not be routed immediately as STSCO requires time to adjust seating plans and routes to align with Public Health guidelines.
Transit Rider Information
Although Peterborough Transit has resumed regular service hours, for the start of this school year they are not able to guarantee space will be available on their existing buses for all eligible students that will continue to require transportation to and from TAS and Holy Cross. In order to ensure undisrupted access to transportation, eligible students that would normally be provided with transit passes from the school board will instead be provided with access to temporary bus routes that will be operated by yellow school buses. Both the transit service and temporary school bus service will continue to be reassessed over the coming months. When conditions are favourable, the yellow school bus service will be discontinued and eligible students will once again be provided with transit passes that will allow them access back onto any of the regular transit buses.
BUS DRIVERS WANTED!
Bus drivers safely transport students to and from school every day. Area bus companies are always looking for new drivers and can provide training and help with obtaining the necessary license.
If you enjoy driving a vehicle and interacting with students and their families, the job might be for you.
If you are interested, please click the button below:
Not Using the Bus?
Do you drive your child(ren) to school every day?
Are you within the school boundary, but your child does not use STSCO school bus transportation?
By advising STSCO that your child does not use the bus, you may be helping us in our efforts to streamline the busing system.
To learn more, please click the button below:
Daycare/Sitter and Out of Boundary Requests for 2021-2022 School Year Now Open
If you would like to submit a Daycare request or an Out of Boundary request for the 2021-2022 school year, please submit your request online through the Parent Login.
PLEASE NOTE: The request deadline for the 2021-2022 school year has been extended to June 30th, 2021.
Annual STSCO First Rider
Annually, STSCO provides a First Rider Program for families with young children who are new to school bus transportation. Due to the virus pandemic situation, we will not be able to host live events but we are very pleased to offer the First Rider Program virtually this year on our website at the following link: here. If you have children who may be riding the bus, we encourage you to review the material with them.
Online Customer Service Requests
Parents and guardians of students transported by STSCO can now submit Customer Service Requests online through the Parent Login.
To submit a request, log in using your child's OEN and birthdate combination, or send an email to email@example.com.
Scroll down the Student Information page and select the "Submit a Customer Service Request" button under the STSCO'S CUSTOMER SERVICE REQUEST subheading.