• Frankstown Emergency Flood Plan  Revised 2/16/18
     
     
     

    BUS 1

    In the event of heavy rain and flooding before or during the school day, the following procedures will be followed for students riding Bus #1----(Linds Crossing, Lower Reese, and Juniata Valley Road areas): 

     

    1.        Any parent who lives in this area may come to Frankstown School to pick up their child(ren) when they have a concern about the flooding.  We ask only that you come to the office and sign out the children so that we have a record of who went home during the day.

    2.        If the bus driver feels that the bus run cannot be safely completed due to high water, he will (1) stop at both intersections of Juniata Valley Road and Linds Crossing (2) make the remainder of his run (3) stop at the Geeseytown Fire Hall for students whose parents are waiting at that location.  If Juniata Valley Road is closed due to high water the driver will (1) make the remainder of his run (2) stop at the Geeseytown Fire Hall for students whose parents are waiting at that location.        

    3.        The bus driver will wait at the fire hall until 4:30PM.  At that time he will return any students remaining on his bus to Frankstown Elementary School.  A faculty member will remain with these children until they are all picked up.

    4.        This same procedure will also apply if the district has an early dismissal because of bad weather.

     

    BUS 3

    In the event of heavy rain and flooding before or during the school day, the following procedures will be followed for students riding Bus #3----(East Loop area):

     

     

    1.        Any parent who lives in this area may come to Frankstown School to pick up their child(ren) when they have a concern about the flooding.  We ask only that you come to the office and sign out the children so that we have a record of who went home during the day.

     

    2.        If the bus driver feels that the bus run cannot be safely completed in certain areas due to high water, he will make the remainder of his run and return the remaining students to Frankstown Elementary School (NOT Geeseytown Fire Hall).  Parents of these children will be contacted and informed that they will need to go to Frankstown Elementary School to pick up their child. 

               

    3.        This same procedure will also apply if the district has an early dismissal because of bad weather.

     

    BUS 6

    In the event of heavy rain and flooding before or during the school day, the following procedures will be followed for students riding Bus #6----(Flowing Springs area):

     

    1.        Any parent who lives in this area may come to Frankstown School to pick up their child(ren) when they have a concern about the flooding.  We ask only that you come to the office and sign out the children so that we have a record of who went home during the day.

    2.        If the bus driver feels that the bus run cannot be safely completed due to high water, he will (1) stop at the intersection of Route 22 and Flowing Spring Road       (2) make the remainder of his run (3) stop at the Geeseytown Fire Hall for students whose parents are waiting at that location.  If Route 22 is closed due to high water, the driver will (1) make the remainder of his run (2) stop at the Geeseytown Fire Hall for students whose parents are waiting at that location.

    3.        The bus driver will wait at the fire hall until 4:30PM.  At that time he will return any students remaining on his bus to Frankstown Elementary School.  A faculty member will remain with these children until they are all picked up.

    4.        This same procedure will also apply if the district has an early dismissal because of bad weather.

     

    If you have concerns about flooding, you may call Frankstown Elementary School at 695-4961, the school district Transportation Dept. at 695-5585, or the bus garage at 693-7630.

                                                                             

Last Modified on February 16, 2018