The Simcoe County Student Transportation Consortium (SCSTC) provides transportation for approximately 35,000 out of a total of over 77,000 students enrolled in local school boards. To contact the SCSTC please call (705) 733-8965.
For transportation eligibility go to https://scstc.ca/Eligibility.aspx?Page=Transportation
For information on walk and bus zones, special needs, out of area transportation, bus stops and much more, please visit the SCSTC’s website.
SCDSB Transportation – http://scdsb.on.ca/schools/student-transportation/
Inclement Weather Bus Cancellation Information
In the case of bus cancellations for inclement weather, schools will remain open for student learning unless otherwise noted.
Bus Cancellation Decision Process: The Simcoe County Student Transportation Consortium in conjunction with the bus operators will make the decision to cancel school buses before the start of the school day before 6:00 am and as such, will make every effort to post announcements between 6:00 am and 7:00 am with the local radio stations and on the Simcoe County Student Transportation Consortium website. Parents should also note that inclement weather cancellations are effective for the whole day and buses cancelled in the morning will not run at the end of the day.
Mental Health Workshop
Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT)
for Grade 10 students on March 26th
Grade 10 students will be writing the Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test (OSSLT) on the morning of Thursday, March 26th. Students not writing the OSSLT will arrive later in the day to start their regular program.
An additional transportation pick-up has been arranged for these students. All a.m. pick-up times are 3 1/2 hours later than regular pick-up times (eg. 7:30 is changed to 11:00).
Students and parents can learn about the test and look at sample questions by following the links at the Education Quality and Accountability Office website: www.eqao.com.
Simcoe County District School Board secondary schools will have an altered schedule on March 26th to support students writing the OSSLT.
Pride Prom 2014-2015
Pride Prom Night Under the Stars is a semi-formal dance hosted at Innisdale Secondary School on April 24th from 7:00 -10:00 p.m. Dinner buffet is included.
Students MUST bring their student card to be admitted. One guest is allowed per student. A Guest Policy Agreement (Click Link Below) must be completed, printed and brought to the dance.
School Cash On-Line
|Innisdale families have the option to pay school fees, including fees for field trips and club activities, etc. online. The Simcoe County District School Board has introduced a program called School Cash Online. We’re one of the first schools to launch the program.Benefits of this online payment tool include:- Less cash travelling with students to school- Less cash to count and store in the school office- Convenience for parents/guardians Here’s how to register:Step 1- Go to https://simcoecounty.schoolcashonline.com Step 2 – follow the registration steps to set up an account and link your child to the account Step 3 – record your log in information in a safe place NOTE: The School Cash Parent Help Desk is available to solve any puzzles that you may have when using School Cash Online. The friendly staff is available 24/7 (365 days). They can assist you with registering, password recoveries, finding your children or any check out or payment issues. School Cash Online – Parent Help Desk 1-866-961-1803 firstname.lastname@example.org|
Purchase your 2014-2015 Reminnis yearbook for $40