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No student transportation will be provided to students who attend schools in the following jurisdictions closed today due to inclement weather:
Due to inclement weather in the District of Columbia, DCPS schools will open on a 2-hour delayed schedule on Monday, March 2, 2015. All bus routes will be dispatched 2 hours later than scheduled, including transportation to non-DCPS schools that may be open on time. Please contact your child’s school with questions about school hours and operations.
The Office of the State Superintendent Division of Student Transportation (OSSE DOT) is a regional transportation system that transports eligible special needs students in the District to school each day, safely and on-time.
OSSE-DOT has more than 800 buses that travel approximately 34,000 miles each day, originating from 4 bus terminals throughout the District.
Since the District regained control of special education transportation in December 2012, the Division has established its own guiding principles as to how it will operate in the future. The mission statement declares purpose and the vision statement serves as the context in which the organization will operate.
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