2017-2018 School Year

School bus strike on May 15, 2018


Please note that during the bus driver strike, daycare is available ONLY for the children whose bus is affected by the strike or for regular daycare users. If your bus number is NOT indicated on the list we sent you today, you cannot send your children to the daycare.

Regular daycare users will attend daycare as usual.


Letter sent on May 14, 2018 - Update on School bus strike planned for tomorrow

Letter sent on May 11, 2018 - Update on School bus strike

Letter sent on May 11, 2018 - French second languge exam on May 15

Letter from CS des Laurentides (for parents of Ste-Agathe Academy) May 10, 2018

Letter sent on May 9, 2018 - School bus strike confirmed

Letter sent on May 7, 2018 - Possible school bus strike

Revised STL bus routes - January 2018

REVISED LSA Bus routes and times (new as of January 2018)

2017-2018 Transportation Information

Your child's bus information:

STL information

Opus card application form

STL bus routes: Click here

Follow your bus with the STL tracking tool: Click here

Students' Code of Conduct on Société de transport de Laval buses

Memo regarding bus information | August 16, 2017

Laval Junior Academy

Letter | July 19, 2017

Laval Senior Academy

Letter 1 | July 19, 2017


Back to School 2017-2018 - Letter to new kindergarten students regarding transportation (May 2017)

MEMO #1 │ July 12, 2017


Transportation request form Kindergarten students

Accommodation request form

Medical certificate


2017-2018 Emergency phone numbers

2017-2018 Emergency phone numbers- Sainte-Agathe Academy

2017-2018 Emergency phone numbers- Joliette and Rawdon

Safety around school zones!

Many students will soon be crossing the streets, drivers must be very careful and patient on the road and respect road signs. Drivers must be particularly alert in school zones, where traffic is moving slowly. Remember the speed limit in school zones is 30 km/h.

If you wish to drive your children to school, make sure to park your vehicle where parking is permitted. Do not block private driveways, crosswalks or streets and obey flashing lights on buses and stop signs.

To avoid road congestion near schools, you can encourage your children to walk instead of driving them. Keeping children active is beneficial to their health. Trained crossing guards can be found along school routes to help your children cross at intersections to ensure their safety.

SWLSB Annual Bus Safety Program