District Bus Information:
All of the bus information is online at http://www.rsu35.org/transfinder-iportal/
You can access bus routes and schedules through that link.
Welcome to the
MSAD #35 Transportation Homepage
2019-20 Bus Runs Are Available! We have navigated towards using the Infofinder i Parent Portal, the link is located at the top right of our webpage. Click on the hyperlink and it will bring you to the link with directions.
Our bus runs have been simplified to use the bus numbers as the bus run instead of separate bus route numbers. Our information comes from your child’s school of attendance, if you have moved since the end of June, please contact your child’s school and update their information.
Your child attending a daycare or transported to an alternative bus stop, please contact transportation and your child’s school of attendance with this information.
Our Drivers – to be updated
The links that were listed on the right are no longer being used for bus run information – please use the link for the Infofinder i Parent Portal, see above information. If you do not see your information in the Info i parent portal, please email your address to email@example.com and we will check it for you. You may also call our office for assistance at 207-384-4681.
Rollinsford Students: Please refer to First Student for transportation schedules at (603) 692-4406. Below is a link to their bus runs.
If our staff can address any other matters for you please call 207-384-4681.
Heather B. Webster
2A Industry Drive
Berwick, ME 03901
Dear Members of the Marshwood Community,
At various times throughout the year, our region experiences both anticipated weather events such as snow storms, wind and ice storms as well as unanticipated emergency events such as power outages. In the fall of 2012, the district worked together with the Emergency Management Directors for both Eliot and South Berwick, each town’s Chief of Police, Fire Chief and Public Works Directors to develop a coherent set of emergency protocols and a communication system for both anticipated weather events and for unanticipated emergency events. These clear protocols essentially require me to gather as much information as possible to make an informed decision regarding our schools’ opening, closing or delayed start times before 5:30 a.m. and then to communicate any change to our usual school opening times to over 2,600 contacts. Since weather and conditions surrounding other unanticipated emergency events can change quickly, there will always be a myriad of nuanced contingencies that present themselves within the decisionmaking process. As a result, there may be occasions when you decide to keep your child home when our schools are open. Notwithstanding the decision of the district to open, close or delay the start of its schools, as your child’s parent, you are the best judge of what road and weather conditions you believe are safe or unsafe for your family’s travel. If you believe that your child(ren) should not come to school during an inclement weather event, you should keep your child home. In these cases, your child will be listed as having an “excused” absence and any schoolwork missed on that day will be able to be completed in a timely manner. Finally, although we cannot predict what media systems will be operational or offline at your home or workplace during a weather event or other unanticipated emergency, we have developed numerous pathways for delivering information regarding our schools’ status. These information pathways include: Ø Posting on the district’s website front page: www.rsu35.org Ø Posting on the district’s Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/MarshwoodSchools/258524500918045 Ø Notification via TV channels 6, 8 & 13 Ø Notification via radio stations WTSN, the Portland Radio Group, WHEB/WERZ Ø Phone message and email via Connect-ED It is my hope that at least one platform of information will be available to you during a storm or other emergency event so that you can have the latest information regarding your child’s school status. As your Superintendent I want to assure you that I hold the safety of our students and staff as my highest priority and I strive to make the best decision I can with the best available information I have at the time regarding school closings or delayed starts. Thank you for your continued support!
Mary Nash, Ph.D. Superintendent of Schools
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