Getting to School

Will all students, regardless of their proximity to the schools, be bused?

No, only students who live further than 1 mile from the school will receive busing.  All others will be considered walkers.

When will students receive bus information?

Students will receive their information by mid-August.

Bus transportation is a privilege not a right

Behavior that is not permitted includes but is not limited to the following: being disobedient or disrespectful to the driver, standing or moving while the bus is in motion, sticking head or hands out of windows, throwing objects out of the windows, using tobacco of any type, scuffing or fighting, using obscene and/or any equipment on the bus, possessing or being under the influence of marijuana, alcohol, any controlled substance, dangerous drug or look-alike drug.

The district has adopted three district-wide discipline expectations that address the entire school, the classroom, and areas outside of the classroom such as the hallways, restrooms, cafeteria, buses and offices.  They are Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe.  School buses are considered an extension of the classroom and students are expected to conduct themselves accordingly.  Students who are transported on district school buses shall comply with the Student Code of conduct.

For more information about transportation, contact Diane Ionadi at 
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