Current Route Status

Drumheller In Town

D-01 - Annette
On time
Updated: May 13 at 7:49 AM
D-02 - Don
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-03 - Wayne
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-04 - Norma
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-05 -Linda
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-06 - David
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-07 - Angelina
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-08 - Sarah
On time
Updated: May 21 at 1:19 PM
D-10 - Jackie
On time
Updated: Mar 25 at 2:54 PM
D-11 - Tanja
On time
Updated: May 8 at 4:05 PM

Drumheller Out of Town

D-01 Out of Town Annette
On time
Updated: May 13 at 7:49 AM
D-02 Out of Town Don
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-03 Out of Town Wayne
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-05 Out of Town Linda
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-06 Out of Town David
On time
Updated: Feb 25 at 9:25 PM
D-09 - Jim
On time
Updated: Jun 24 at 2:15 PM

Cell Phone Policy Changes at DVSS

The new school year has brought some changes to the cell phone policy at DVSS.

Students may use their cell phone in the school hallways during morning, lunch break and after school. 8;00a.m.-8:40 a.m., 11;57 a.m.-12:40 p.m.,  3:24 p.m. - onward.

Once the bell rings for classes to start, all conversations and use of devices are to be halted and curtailed immediately and the device is not to be used until the dismissal bell for lunch or at the end of the day. During class time teachers will have cell phone pockets in their classroom numbered from 1 to 36. You will be assigned a number for your class and your device will need to be turned off or put on airplane mode and placed in the cell phone pocket for the duration of the class. Parents will need to call the office to reach their child duyring class time.

The rationale for this change will be explained and shared with parents as we move through the semester.

Students in the school, during class time and not part of a scheduled class, will also curtail device use.

Devices may be used during class when the teacher deems it appropriate and will ask students to retrieve it from the cell phone pocket. 

Teachers may expect students to surrender devices if it interrupts or creates a distraction.