Families can now find student transportation and bus information online 24 hours a day, thanks to a new program called Infofinder. With just a few clicks, the user-friendly service can identify the location of the nearest bus stop, pickup and drop-off times and allow parents to sign-up for transportation notifications and alerts.
A parent or guardian must be present at the bus stop to pick up their Kindergarten child at the end of the day. If a guardian is unable to be present, they may designate another adult by submitting a written note to the Transportation Office in advance. The note will be kept on file upon request. Submit your request to the Transportation Director, Francis Bagarella.
Every day more than 2,100 students are safely transported to and from our schools.We are proud to say our district has one of the nation's best safety records. There are 32 bus routes, each operating twice each morning and twice each afternoon. Secondary school students arrive at school by 7:50 a.m. and leave by 2:30 p.m. Elementary school students arrive by 8:55 a.m. and leave at 3:35 p.m. Throughout the year, buses can be early or late depending on traffic conditions. Please help your child arrive at the bus stop at least five minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time.
Fill this form out and return it to your school to begin bus transportation. By state law, you must be outside a one-mile radius from your home school to receive bus transportation.