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Bus Routes

Elementary and Middle School Boundaries and Bus Routes
Click this link for Infofinder to locate  bus routes for the 2021-2022 school year. If you have a question regarding a specific bus route, please contact transportation at (360)383-9236. 

Search your street address on INFOFINDER to find your schools and bus stops.

Once you click on the link above you will enter your address and zip code in the Search form and view the results, see image below.

Go to this link to view After School Activity Bus Routes or call our Transportation Department at 360-383-9236.

School Closure & Inclement Weather Telephone Line
24 hours/day
(360) 383-9888

Bus Dispatch Office
(360) 383-9236 – 5:00am to 5:00pm

Be sure to read and discuss with your students the Ferndale School District Guidelines and Rules for Students Riding Buses below.

BUS RIDERSHIP IS A PRIVILEGE. The privilege can and will be revoked for disregarding the rules.

Approximately 2,500 students are transported to and from school daily. In addition, students are transported to athletic contests, music competitions and performances, field trips and other approved activities. The following guidelines and rules are established to promote the safety and well being of students using Ferndale School District vehicles:

Procedures Following Infractions

Safety is a primary concern. A Bus Conduct Report will be written for a student who does not follow these rules. The report will be given to the principal who, after determining action to be taken, will give it to the bus driver. The driver will give it to the student who is to take it home, have a parent/guardian sign it, and return the signed pink and white copies to the bus driver. (In some cases, the Bus Conduct Report may be mailed to the parents. The designated copies should then be signed and returned to the driver.

Watch our School Bus Rules video below. You may recognize some friendly faces!

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A fun and informative video presentation of important rules of bus safety.