The mission of the Transportation Department is to provide the safest transportation possible and to start and end each bus rider's day in a positive environment.

Yellow School Bus in front of the school

Routes have been updated since published times.

Please use e-Link to look up the most accurate times for your routes.

New to the District? Find your school and bus route.

To locate your child's bus route and route times, click HERE. Important: You will need to add a username and password on the E-Link site. Use school1, school2, or school3 for the username and the word "search" for the password.

Or, call the Transportation Department at (360) 965-0300

This is an EXAMPLE of what the e-Link page will look like when you log in.


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4302 134th Street NE
Marysville WA 98271
Main Line: 360-965-0300

Kim McAbee

Traci Tobler

Lori Palombo

Vanessa Jamison
Route Analyst/Dispatcher

Kirsten Griffin
Assistant Dispatcher

Sowmya Kalikota

Allan Klindtworth
Lead Mechanic

Bus Safety

Washington State Patrol conducts annual bus inspections. Marysville School District has received outstanding results. Marysville School District provides bus transportation for students who live outside a one-mile radius of the school or those students who qualify for hazardous walking conditions. The district is also the primary provider for the transportation of field trips and co-curricular activities.

Please take a few minutes to read and review the “School Bus Transportation Guide for Students and Parents” with your student. Reading the guide will help you make the school bus ride a safe and positive experience for your student.

If you have any concerns with your school bus service, please call the Transportation Department at 360-965-0300. Our mission is to provide safe transportation to all of the students that utilize this service.

Safe Walking Routes

Safety Tips for Families Walking or Biking to School (Provided by local law enforcement agencies)

  • If possible, walk the routes with your children will walk to school to point out potential dangers and safe havens if they need help.

  • Teach your children to be wary of strangers.

  • Urge your children to walk with a buddy...safety in numbers.

  • Encourage your children to be highly visible by wearing bright, light-colored clothing.

  • Urge your children to walk against traffic whenever possible.

School Closures & Limited Transportation Information

Current school closures can be accessed online  HERE or from the following TV & Radio Stations:

TV Stations 

  • KOMO (TV 4) 

  • KING (TV 5) 

  • KCPQ (TV 13) 

  • KIRO (TV 7) 

Radio Stations

  • KRKO (1380 AM) 

  • KMPS (94.1 FM)

  • KOMO (1000 AM) 

  • KIRO (710 AM)

In the event snow or icy conditions make roadways unsafe for bus travel, the District may activate Limited Transportation Routes. Click HERE to view a list of the areas where transportation may be limited.

Parents and guardians should be prepared to meet the bus at the drop-off point when Limited Transportation is activated. The map below shows the areas (in red) where buses will not travel. The numbers on the map coordinate with the list of areas where transportation may be limited. Click on the map and use your computer or phone to enlarge the image.

Unless operating on a Limited Transportation Route Schedule, the buses will maintain regularly scheduled routes wherever possible. Kindergarten, Preschool and special education stops will also adhere to the limited routes above. Buses will run the normal schedule for the afternoon take home unless the need for a limited schedule is announced by 1 p.m. If you have questions regarding the limited transportation schedule please call transportation at 360-965-0300.