Thursday, January 24, 2013

Bus Cancellations for Thursday January 24

Here is a list of bus cancellations for Thursday January 24

IR302  ASH    Herman Rodrigues    Iron Range
IR304  ATW    Stacy Bragg    Iron Range
IR305  BUTTERFLY    Holly Bruyere    Iron Range
IR306  DSH     Nancy Allan    Iron Range
IR307  LAMB (RP-PM)    Lyndon Hughes    Iron Range
IR308  MIS    Karen Kellar     Iron Range
IR311  TE    Ella Wall    Iron Range
IR312  TNC (RP-AM)    Roman Mlynarski    Iron Range
IR313  TNE    Judy  Leigetfalvy    Iron Range
IR314  WFS    Max Gavel    Iron Range
IR300  AJN    Shirley Thompson    Iron Range
IR301  AKQ    Lynne Miles    Iron Range
IR303  ATK    William Zerebeski    Iron Range
IR309  RCS    Kurt Miller    Iron Range
IR310  SDP    Eileen Cross     Iron Range
FK225 NFE    Les Fraser     Fred Kropelin
SM235 DSE    Shane McDonald    Shane McDonald
DB108 LION     Evelyn Martin    Dimit Buslines
DB109 OWL    Brenda Hunsperger    Dimit Buslines
BN245 STN    Bruce Neilson     Bruce Nielson
Seine River First Nation to Mine Centre    Ted Menson
Red Gut to Mine Centre - Dwayne Morrison
Seine River First Nation Handicap  - Ringo Whitecrow
Seine River First Nation to Fort Frances High School
Rainy River First Nation High School bus - Viola Medicine
Rainy River First Nation to Our Lady of the Way - Berla Horton
Manitou Rapids to Donald Young - Trisha Bombay
Stanjikoming - Brian Weish  
All Couchiching First Nations buses not running
Aboriginal Headstart Bus in Fort Frances

All Independent School District 361 Schools in International Falls are closed due to today's cold weather

The Head Start school in the Falls is also closed

High School Sports Expected To Return

Some high school sports might be coming back.

Local board officials say they'll release more details later, but the principal of the high school in Kenora says boys and girls hockey, boys basketball, girls volleyball and curling at schools with the Rainy Rainy River District School Board and the Keewatin-Patricia District School Board will resume by the end of the month.

Clinton Bruetsch says teams will be run by volunteers.

Bruetsch says they won't be competing for provincial titles because teachers are required for those events and area teachers have not yet commited to returning to extra-curricular activities.

Teachers stopped their involvement at the beginning of December in protest over provincial legislation that imposed