"Unfortunately we do not have confidence that service will continue every day. Parents should continue to have alternate plans in place," read the web site.
If it is determined that buses will not be running or there is service interruptions, the department will send automated calls Thursday morning as soon as they have confirmation of service.
Parents can also use the "Where's My School Bus" app at schoolbus.bostonpublicschools.org to check the status of their bus, or call the Transportation Hotline at 617-635-9520 or the Mayor's 24-Hour-Hotline at 617-635-4500 for more.
- All schools will open one hour early Thursday to help parents drop off their children.
- Schools will dismiss at their regular times. As always, schools will remain open and students will be supervised until every child is picked up.
- The MBTA is continuing to offer free rides to any BPS student. Children under 11 must have an adult with them.
- The Boston Police Department and Boston Centers for Youth & Families continues to coordinate closely with the School Department ensure safe drop-offs and pick-ups.
On Wednesday, students were picked up by over 600 busses with only a few delays from some diehard union members who tried to convince their fellows not to work, Boston.com reported.