The Seattle Public School District has given QAE parents approval to ride the bus to and from school on Wednesday, Sept. 8., as long as the bus driver of the route approves. There are two caveats:
1) There must be a seat for all students assigned to a bus route. Therefore, if a driver feels there will not be enough room for all assigned students, parents will be turned away.
2) Parents will need to find their own transportation upon leaving the school.
The transportation department would like parents to ride the bus with their child only on the first day of school. However, parents are free to discuss the matter with each individual bus driver.
The Seattle Public Schools Transportation Department is ready to receive your requests for bus service to and from childcare centers for before and after school care. Please call 206-252-0900 and ask to speak to the Queen Anne Elementary Transportation Specialist. Transportation asks that you “be sure to have childcare address information and if possible student ID numbers (look on the letter that confirmed your student’s assignment to Queen Anne Elementary) on hand when you call to expedite the process. It is also necessary to specify AM, PM or both for childcare stops.” All Queen Anne Elementary students living within the McClure service area are eligible for busing. If you live outside this area, you may still be able to get your child on a bus if you are using a childcare center within the McClure or Hamilton draw areas for before and after school care.