East Union Transportation
Rich Bryson (AM)
Sheryl Parham (PM)
Buses on Hard Surface Only Guidelines
In establishing Hard Surface Only Routes the East Union School District will have pick up points along the safer hard surface roads where parents can meet the buses. For a location and time, please contact your bus driver.
Please note that if East Union does run on Hard Surface Roads Only routes in the morning, we will run the same routes in the afternoon. Drivers are instructed NOT to drop off students who have a distance to walk unless a family designated adult is there to meet them or pick them up.
We will have pick up locations on:
Hwy 169 north and south,
Willow Avenue south of Thayer
H45 east of Arispe
High School Drive SE of Afton.
You will need to contact your bus driver for definite time and pick up locations.
November 3, 2021
East Union Community,
Winter weather in Iowa will soon be here and can be very inconvenient for students and parents. I want to touch base while everyone is still pleased with our weather decisions, and of course there is always tomorrow. Before the forecasts get worse, now is a good time to remind everyone about how school closing information will be communicated. In the event that we need to close school for any reason, we have a variety of ways to communicate that information to our families and staff members. In the event of school cancellations, delays, or early outs due to inclement weather, road conditions, emergencies, etc. parents and the community will be notified through the school’s messaging system. (i.e., JMC). In addition to JMC, we will post information on:
WHO-HD Channel 13
KSIB 101.3. 1520
96.9 The Bull
The Bus 100.3
13NOW Smartphone App
Facebook (East Union Community School District)
East Union School Website (https://www.eastunionschools.org)
Through WHO staff, students, and parents may receive a free email and text message alert with our closing information when you register at https://whotv.com/weather/whotv-com-school-alerts-login/
In the event of an early dismissal or cancellation of school for the day, all after school activities (including ASPIRE) are also cancelled unless specific authorization is granted by the superintendent or his designee.
The safety of our staff and students is always our top priority when making decisions to delay or cancel school. While our busses are very reliable, there is a chance that they may get stopped on their routes. For this reason, we ask parents to make sure that students who ride the bus are properly dressed for the weather.
It is always difficult to determine whether to have school. We realize that when school is cancelled it is very disruptive to our families. Be prepared and let’s hope for a mild winter!
East Union Superintendent