Prairie South School Division is a mix of rural and urban communities, and transports a significant number of students to and form school each day. The Division operates and maintains its own fleet of 156 school buses. We strive to provide safe, efficient and on-time transportation for students in both the rural and urban areas.

We have two bus shops – one in Moose Jaw and one in Assiniboia. If you have any questions about bussing, please contact our Moose Jaw office at 306-694-8750 or email The phone number for the Assiniboia Shop is 306-642-4112 ext. 1.

School Bus Cancellations

Given the geographic size of Prairie South School Division, the Board believes that enabling policy providing local discretion in dealing with weather conditions is both prudent and appropriate. Student safety is paramount and the division reserves the right to cancel routes when weather or road conditions make it unsafe to travel. Buses will be cancelled when the temperature including wind chill reaches -40 degrees C or lower. Because of the size of the division and the varying weather we experience, it is possible for routes in one area of the division to be cancelled, while service is maintained elsewhere. Our transportation page is updated as early as possible to reflect any cancellations or delays for the day.


Parents/Guardians please check out our Student Transportation Guide for information around eligibility, safety guidelines and bus rules. Please review this information with your child.

Bus drivers please review the Bus Driver’s Manual for more information.

We are currently recruiting casual bus drivers in all areas of the division, but particularly in our rural areas outside of Moose Jaw. Please visit our Employment page for application information – all applications must be submitted online through this link.


Thank you to Regina Public Schools for creating and allowing us to share this School Zone Safety video they did with the Regina Police Service. Please help keep our kids safe!

Catchment Area Maps (School Boundaries)

Designated Walking Zones

The designated walking zone also includes those residences positioned on the line indicated on the map.


If you have questions about catchment areas or designated walking zones, please contact our Transportation Department at 306-694-8750 or email


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Last Updated: April 17, 2018 at 4:01 pm