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Transportation Zones



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2017-2018 Transportation  Zones

Since 1998 when the Board was created, the Council of Commissioners has adopted Resolutions establishing attendance zones for each school. 

With this Plan, using these attendance zones as reference and in accordance with Article 5.1.1 of the Policy, the Council of Commissioners adopts Transportation zones where students will benefit from school busing and zones where parents will receive financial compensation for their child’s use of public transportation (STM) to and from school in lieu of school busing.

Accordingly, five (7) types of transportation services and/or entitlements will be offered during the school year:

1)      Free school bus for kindergarten to grade 6 students (“yellow” service);

2)      Free school bus for grades 7 and 8 only (“green” service);

3)      Free school bus for grades 7 to 11 (“blue” service);

4)      “Empty Seat” Program;

5)      Parental allocation ($250 per school year) towards STM expenses;

6)      Transportation for a fee;

7)      Free school bus for grades 8 to 11 ("Gray service). 

 For the purpose of rationalizing transportation services, some attendance zones have been divided along an east-west or north-south line.  The following description explains how these divisions will be applied by the Transportation Services for the purpose of determining transportation entitlement:

 

ZONE 1:                        divided by a line corresponding to the D.D.O. / Pierrefonds borough boundary, all students within this zone  and residing in Pierrefonds will be deemed to reside in the 1N zone and all those residing in D.D.O. will be assigned to zone 1S;

 

ZONE 3, 4, 7, 10, 12, 14:            divided by a line corresponding to the outer limits of the 2.4 km “walking” distance zones of either Pierrefonds C.H.S. or Riverdale H.S, all students residing within this combined 2.4 km “walking” distance zone will be deemed to reside in zones 3W, 4N, 7N, 10N, 12N, 14E and all those residing in the remaining portion of each of these attendance zones will be assigned respectively to zones 3E, 4S, 7S, 10S, 12S, 14W;

 

ZONE 9:                        divided by a line from Pierrefonds and St-John to Riviere-des-Prairies encompassing Ile Bizard back to Jacques Bizard, to Pierrefonds Blvd and St-John , all students residing within this zone will be deemed to reside in the 9A zone and all those remaining in zone 9 will be assigned to zone 9B;

 

ZONE 30:                      all students residing on Ile-des-Soeurs will be deemed to reside in the 30E zone and all those residing on the island of Montreal, in Verdun will be assigned to zone 30W;

 

ZONE 49:                      divided by Highway # 20, all students residing in that zone and north of that highway will be deemed to reside in the 49N zone; all those south of that highway will be assigned to either zone 49W or 49E; zone 49W and 49E are divided by a line corresponding to the outer limits of the 2.4 km “walking” distance zone of Macdonald H.S. , all students residing within this 2.4 km “walking” distance zone will be deemed to reside in zone 49W and all those residing in the remaining portion will be assigned to zone 49E.


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