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Transportation

Welcome back to the 2017-2018 school year!

Below you will find the Parent Memo which includes the Transportation Guidelines. The updated bus routes for Hanover and Norwich are below. For tuition students we have included Lyme and Hartland's routes as well.

All times listed are approximate and may vary by 5 minutes depending on ridership.

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August 2017 Memo

SAU 70 - Hanover, Norwich & Dresden School Districts

To: Students, Parents and/or Guardians
From: Jamie Teague, Business Administrator
Subject: School Bus Transportation
Date: August 2017

We are sending home this document that outlines the responsibilities for all parties involved in the safe operation of all school buses operating in SAU 70. It also states procedures for handling discipline issues on school buses. These responsibilities and procedures have been endorsed by the Dresden, Hanover, and Norwich School Boards.

While these rules and procedures have been in existence and a part of the contracts with our bus contractors for some time, we update them annually and make them available to all parents and students. We believe it is important for parents and the school district to work together in promoting a safe pupil transportation system in which high standards of safety and decorum are maintained. Please give us your support by taking the time to read and understand the outlined responsibilities with your child(ren).

In regards to discipline, the respective school principal may make a judgment, in accordance with the seriousness of the offense, as to the consequences, which might include, but are not limited to, assigning seats, temporary suspension from the bus, or permanent suspension from the bus.

Questions from parents that deal with day-to-day issues concerning discipline, behavior, and unusual daily circumstances (late or early bus, missed stop, etc.) should be referred to the appropriate administrator:

Bernice A. Ray School - Lauren Amrhein - (603) 643-6655
Marion Cross School - Bill Hammond - (802) 649-1703
Frances C. Richmond School - Mike Lepene - (603) 643-6040
Hanover High School - Justin Campbell - (603) 643-3431

If a question deals with the bus contractor - equipment, driver qualifications or behavior, ongoing issues related to routes, schedules, or stops - it should be referred to Jamie Teague, Business Administrator, (603) 643-6050 and/or Mike Gaudette, Manager for Student Transport of America/VT, (802) 698-8528 or mgaudette@ridesta.com. In all cases, the superintendent, and then the board, can be involved if the questions are not resolved.

The information to follow pertains to the section included in the InfoSnap registration software where by parents confirm they have read the General Information for Student Transportation including the Guidelines for School Bus Rider Responsibilities and the School Bus Discipline Procedures, and agree to abide by them.

General Information

SAU 70 - Hanover, Norwich & Dresden School Districts

General Information - Student Transportation:

We believe it is important for parents and the School District to work together in promoting a safe pupil transportation system in which high standards of safety and decorum are maintained. Many parents will have questions about the use of school buses. You will find the answers to many of your questions in this section of the website or in your school handbook.

Day-to-day issues concerning discipline, behavior, etc. should be referred to the appropriate school administrator:

Bernice A. Ray School
Lauren Amrhein, Interim Principal
(603) 643-6655 or

Marion Cross School
Bill Hammond, Principal
(802) 649-1703 or

Frances C. Richmond School
Mike Lepene, Principal
(603) 643-6040 or

Hanover High School
Justin Campbell, Principal
(603) 643-3434 or

Routine questions (late or early bus, missed stop, etc.) should be referred to either:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportation of America
(802) 698-8528 or

Jamie Teague
Business Administrator
(603) 643-6050 or

Bus Route Change
Please don't assume you know the routes. We review routes often and make appropriate changes to accommodate actual rider needs. Bus routes and stops are accurate as of the date of publication, but are subject to change during the course of the year depending on actual ridership patterns. All times are estimated. Students are advised to be at their stop five minutes before the scheduled stop time. Please check back here under the Bus Routes Section for the most up to date information.

Kindergarten Transportation
Kindergarten students ride the regular route buses to the Marion Cross and the Bernice Ray School in the morning and home at the end of the school day. It is essential that an adult receive kindergarten students at their stop. Drivers are instructed NOT to drop Kindergartners at stops without an adult to receive them, unless other arrangements have been requested in writing.

School Closing Information

School Closings

How does the SAU make the decision to cancel school or issue a delayed start?

Determining school cancellations and late starts is taken very seriously by the administration of SAU 70 and the Dresden, Hanover and Norwich School Districts. Our students, employees and bus drivers safety is of utmost concern. Because we are a collaboration of integrated school districts, we must be consistent in cancellations and late starts across all three. We currently contract with Student Transportation of Vermont/America (STV/A) to provide transportation services to our districts. They employ the drivers and own the buses, which carry our District’s names on them. We run 20 routes across many different types of terrain and elevations. Many of our 450 District employees travel from towns near and far via highways and secondary roads.

In order to account for the different weather conditions depending upon location and keep everyone safe, we follow many steps before a decision is made to close school or start school late. Close attention is paid to the weather every evening during the winter months. As soon as the National Weather Service issues a storm advisory, we begin watching the national and local weather channels as well as Doppler radar via the Internet. Tracking active storms is done all night long in preparation for possible school closings.

We also base our decision on the following extremely important factors:

  • Temperature, including wind chill factor
  • Number of inches and timing of projected snowfall
  • Freezing rain and/or icy conditions
  • Wind velocity impacting the blowing and drifting of snow, along with visibility issues
  • Buses running routes at a slower pace having an impact on the length of time students may be waiting at bus stops
  • Parents driving their sons/daughters in poor driving conditions and high school age students with little experience driving

A decision to close schools or start late must be made by 5:45 am, as buses begin picking up students at 6:45 am. At about 5:15 am the Business Administrator contacts the district’s police and highway departments as well as the transportation company to determine road conditions. Drivers who live in various district locations are polled about conditions of their roads as well. The Business Administrator, Transportation Manager of STV/A and Superintendent then consider all the information that has been gathered to make a decision.

Late starts are used when we are seeing the end of a storm and highway departments have advised that the extra time can aid in the clean up. It also provides better visibility for drivers during daylight. Late starts will normally be a two-hour delay from your normal school start. For example, if your child’s school normally starts at 8:00 am, a late start causes the school day to begin at 10:00 am. When school is canceled or evening activities are canceled, it is important to contact your child’s after-school program providers to see if they too are closing early or canceling their programs. Our decisions do not necessarily affect programs run by the individual towns. Once a decision is made to close school or start late, a District “phone-tree” goes into effect, which notifies District parents, employees, radio and television stations.

Unless there are unusual circumstances, SAU 70 and its Districts will not implement early dismissals for bad weather situations. An early dismissal introduces the risk of sending a young student home to an empty house. We believe that knowing students are inside, safe, warm and learning is far better than sending them home to an empty house. However, it is important to remember that you are the parent and know what is best for your child. If you believe your child would be safer at home in poor weather conditions, your young learner’s absence will be marked as excused. Likewise, if uncomfortable with the weather conditions throughout a poor-weather day as you access the weather conditions, we would encourage you to act upon that belief, communicate with your school’s principal, and make the necessary arrangements to pick up your child.

Overall, buses are very safe modes of transportation. Drivers can and do pull over to call for on the spot sand deliveries should conditions warrant. Please encourage your teenager to ride the bus during inclement weather rather than drive. They are safer having an experienced driver take them to school.

What may appear to be a simple decision, as you can tell, includes many components: transportation, communications, before/after school child care programs within and outside of our elementary schools, the timing of the decision, road crews, the transportation company and the bus drivers. The decisions to close school are based on the ability of the buses to safely and efficiently transport students and the ability of our employees and student drivers to arrive safely at school and home again. Ultimately, the decision lies with the superintendent and it is, indeed, a difficult one, but like you, our first priority is to ensure the safety of our students. Although some may choose to disagree, we will never compromise that basic principle when making the decision, and we support your decision in keeping children home if and when you find it necessary. It is often a judgment call and we strive to do the best we can for everyone involved.

In an effort to cut down on cancelations, we have reviewed all of our bus routes to determine which have proven especially difficult to navigate on poor-weather days. Approximately 20% of the terrain falls into this category. After speaking with our School Boards, we have been working with our transportation provider about the possibility of temporary suspension of certain route stops and using “weather-advisory stops” during days of severe weather conditions. The process is still being set up through our messenger system and we are working with drivers to determine alternative stops for those sections of our routes that are particularly challenging.

The winter weather advisory procedure will work as follows:

If you live in a section of town or on a road that has historically proven difficult passage on weather-advisory days, we would notify you by 6:00 am that we cannot make it to your regular stop, but will pick your student(s) up at another agreed-upon location. Alternatively, you may choose to bring the student to school with your own vehicle, or choose to keep the student home. We are currently in meetings with the local town maintenance employees so once these road areas and alternative stops are determined, you will be contacted directly by the Business Administrator’s office by November 1st if this may affect your location.

How does the SAU communicate changes in school openings?

If school is to be closed due to inclement weather conditions, announcements will be broadcast on WMUR TV9, WTSL/WGXL (1400 AM, 92.3 FM), WNHV (910 AM), WKXE (95.3 FM), WMXR (93.9 FM), WHDQ (Q106–106.1 FM), KIXX (100.5 FM), V-101 (101.7 FM), WNTK (1020 AM, 99.7 FM), and WCVR (102.1 FM). This announcement will normally be made by 6:00 A.M. School closing information is also posted on WMUR TV’s website www.thewmurchannel.com, which is accessible through a link on www.sau70.org during the winter season.

The District also operates an automatic call and email system (school messenger) that will notify parents on days when there are school cancellations and delays. This automatic call/email will normally be initiated by 6:00 a.m., or shortly thereafter. If you are not receiving these calls (emails), or if you would like to receive them at a different phone number (email address), or you would like NOT to receive those phone calls (emails), please contact your school’s secretary.

Delayed Openings and pick up times

If, for weather or other reasons, a two-hour delay is called, all school related schedules will be moved two hours later. Therefore, if your child customarily waits for a bus at 7:20 a.m., he or she should wait for the bus at 9:20 a.m. If your child’s school’s start time is 8:00 a.m., the starting time will change to 10:00 a.m. If a two hour delay has been announced as described above, and it is later determined that conditions have NOT improved and schools will be closed, an announcement to that effect will be made on the radio and TV stations listed above before 8:00 a.m. Continue to monitor radio stations and the web in case school is subsequently canceled.


School Bus Rider Responsibilites

School Bus Rider Responsibilities

  • Riders and drivers will treat others with courtesy and respect at all times.
  • The use of profanity, vulgar, obscene, or abusive language will not be tolerated.
  • Fighting, shoving, or bullying others on the bus, or while waiting for the bus, will not be tolerated.
  • Throwing anything on the bus is prohibited.
  • Taking should be carried on in conversational tones.
  • Smoking, or other use of tobacco, is prohibited on the bus at all times.
  • Students must comply immediately with any request or suggestion from the driver pertaining to safe pupil transportation.
  • Defacement of or destruction to the bus will not be tolerated. Any vandalism of the bus or bus seats will be billed to the person responsible for the damage.
  • Aisles are to be left free of books, lunch boxes, coats, and other objects at all times. Students should sit totally in their seats, and not put their arms, legs, etc., into the aisles, except when inadequate space makes this impossible.
  • Students must remain seated at all times when the bus is moving; arms and heads must be inside the bus at all times. All of the contracted buses are equipped with seat belts for use by students. Although seat belt use on buses is not presently required by NH, VT, or federal mandate, many agree the best practice is to fasten the seat belts while the bus is in motion.
  • Students may be required to walk up to one and one half miles to a bus stop, or two miles to school.
  • Students must be ready to board the bus at least five minutes prior to its scheduled stop. In order to keep all of the students on time, drivers are not to wait for pupils who are not present at the designated stop times. Pupils should not crowd onto the street or road waiting for the bus; instead, they should line up and enter the bus in an orderly fashion when it arrives. Middle and high school students boarding buses in front of the Richmond School in the afternoon should stand behind the white line until the buses have come to a complete stop at the curb.
  • Students must board the bus in an orderly and courteous manner, go immediately to a seat, sit down, and secure their personal belongings. The driver may assign seats.
  • For Norwich middle and high school students only - when boarding the afternoon buses in front of the Richmond School, students should board the first bus until it is filled, then the second bus should be filled, and so on.
  • For Norwich students only - when the bus reaches the Marion Cross School in the afternoon, all middle and high school students will fill in the seats from the back of the bus forward, unless a seat has been assigned. The younger children will fill in the front of the bus back.
  • Students loading and departing from the bus will do so from the front door of the bus. If the road must be crossed, students will wait for the drivers signal and then (using caution) will cross at least 10 feet in FRONT of the bus.
  • All school rules are in effect on the school bus for transportation to and from school or any school event.

School Bus Discipline Procedures

Discipline will be handled according to the following procedures:
  • For unacceptable behavior in the judgment of the driver, the driver will complete a Bus Conduct Report form, which notifies the principal of the problem.
  • The principal will speak to the student(s) and, if appropriate, speak to or send a letter home to the parents. The principal will advise the bus contractor of action taken on each conduct report submitted by drivers.
  • A serious offense, or behavior which creates a safety hazard, may result in a suspension of up to two weeks, at the discretion of the principal. The driver may insist on a suspension for a student whose behavior creates a safety hazard.
  • Unusually serious offenses may result in permanent suspension from the bus. If this action becomes necessary, the principal will notify the parents and the Superintendent in writing. The actual suspension will be made by the Superintendent, with the right of appeal to the School Board.
  • If a student is suspended from the bus as a consequence of a bus conduct report, or of a reported poor behavior on the bus, the punishment will take effect the following morning. However, if at the discretion of the school administration the safety of other children is in question, the student may be suspended from the bus immediately. In that case, an attempt will be made to contact parents to make other transportation arrangements for the suspended student. If the parent cannot be contacted, the school will arrange for the student to be transported home only on the day suspension occurs. Thereafter, it is the responsibility of the parents to arrange for their students' transportation to and from school. If a suspension occurs on one bus, it includes ridership on all route buses.

School Bus Administrative Guidelines

  • Transportation will be provided to eligible students from a designated stop near their home to school, and from school to that stop. Tuition students will be allowed to ride only if there is room on the bus, and if those students meet the bus at one of its regular stops. Students will only be picked up and/or dropped off at other than their designated stop (i.e. at a babysitter's, etc.) if it is at a regular stop, and if no student is deprived of a ride to his or her designated stop because of the special drop off.
  • Bus stops in rural areas will be at least 500 feet apart.
  • Inspected school vehicles driven by certified school bus drivers will be used for all regular pupil transportation routes. Where possible, inspected vehicles and certified drivers will also be used on field and athletic trips, and for special education requirements. In some cases, however, it may be necessary or prudent to use personal or rented vehicles on such trips; in such cases, the drivers of private or rented vehicles must present evidence of insurance.
  • Elementary school students will only be discharged at school, at their designated stop, or at another designated stop if they present evidence of permission to do so. They will never be discharged at an unauthorized stop.
  • Kindergarten students will not be discharged from buses unless the child's parent, guardian, or other adult designated by the parent or guardian, is present to take charge of the child. Exceptions to this policy will be made only upon the written authorization of the parent or guardian. Depending upon locations, conditions or other extenuating circumstances, parents may be asked to meet 1st and/or 2nd graders as well.
  • The majority of students should be on the bus as little as possible; routes should be designed so that the bulk of the students are picked up last in the morning, and discharged first in the afternoon.
  • Only authorized students are to be transported on school buses. Parents, friends, teachers, etc, are not to ride the bus on regular routes. However, teachers, coaches, or other authorized chaperones may accompany field and athletic trips.
  • In determining the location of bus stops, primary consideration will be given to safety. Secondary considerations will include fairness, convenience, and availability of budget funds. No stop will be established which, in the opinion of the school administration, will unreasonably compromise the safety of students who are expected to use that stop. In cases where the safety of a stop is questioned, the NH Department of Education and NH Department of Safety's School Bus Stop Evaluation Criteria will be used and the local police chief may be consulted.
  • Small musical instruments which students can hold in their laps, or can put under their seats on the bus, will be allowed. Larger musical instruments, or other large items which require the use of another seat on the bus, may not be allowed, depending on how crowded the bus is. Items requiring the use of the center aisle will not be allowed. Effective April 2017, we are allowing smaller athletic equipment such as hockey and lacrosse sticks, tennis rackets, and baseball/softball bats to be carried on the buses. The ability to bring these items is a privilege not a right and must be accompanied by strict behavior. The equipment must be secured in an upright position, beside or between the rider's legs. The equipment should not be flailing about, poking the roof or bounding up and down off the floor, lying on the floor, impeding the aisle way, or infringing on other riders space. Any behavior of this type will be reported by the drivers to the Administration and will result in the privilege being revoked. At this time, skis, poles, and equipment bags such as hockey and golf are too large to accommodate.
  • Questions from parents about school bus matters should normally be directed to the appropriate school principal. If the question deals with day-to-day issues concerning discipline, behavior, and unusual daily circumstances (late or early bus, missed stop, etc.), it should be referred to the appropriate school principal. If the questions deals with the bus contractor (equipment, driver qualifications and behavior, etc.), or ongoing issues relate to routes, schedules, stops, etc,. it should be referred to the Business Administrator. In all cases, the Superintendent, and then the School Board, can be involved if the questions are not resolved.

School Bus Driver Responsibilites

  • Drivers are expected to exhibit the same levels of respect and decorum, which are expected of the riders.
  • Buses will not be backed up while students are still outside the bus.
  • Where possible, students will be picked up and discharged on the proper side of the road, so they are not required to cross a road.
  • It is permissible to require three students to sit in one seat on a school bus; where possible, however, the driver should make allowances for larger students.
  • If a child is on the wrong bus, he or she will be returned to the school at the end of the route; unless other arrangements can be made. If, for any reason at any time, there is no one at the school who is able to assume temporary responsibility for that student, the driver should contact the SAU office and must make sure that the student is assigned to someone who can assume that responsibility. If parents, guardians, or other previously agreed-upon caretakers are not available and the SAU office is closed, as a last resort the driver should leave the student with the local police.
  • In case of a breakdown, the driver will notify the bus contractor, who will dispatch a substitute bus as soon as possible. Before the substitute bus arrives, the driver will not release any children to anyone other than a parent, guardian, or school official, or to someone authorized by the parent to make decisions on behalf of the child.
  • When determining which students will be allowed to ride on a crowded bus in the afternoon, priority will be given to elementary students, then middle school students, then to high school students.
  • In case a bus cannot complete its afternoon route (because of road conditions, disruptive behavior, etc.) students will be taken back to the school. They will not be discharged at another place, unless prior arrangements have been made with parents.
  • Unusually bulky objects may not be allowed on a bus during its regular route. The bus driver will determine whether or not there is room to safely transport "extra" items.
  • Drivers should keep to their approved time schedule as closely as possible, and should never be more than five minutes early. If a driver discovers that bus is approaching that five-minute limit, the driver will wait at appropriate predetermined places on the route until the bus is back on schedule.
  • Drivers will maintain a log, or diary, on their bus, which will contain documentation of verbal warnings issued to students for disciplinary purposes. The log will also be used to record other noteworthy items, such as the license plate numbers of motorists passing the bus illegally. While drivers are expected to note any significant events, this log is not be to considered an all-inclusive record of bus incidents.

Hanover Bus Routes

H-1 Morning Route

H-1 Morning Route

6:53 AM - 116 Three Mile Road
6:55 AM - Three Mile/Ferson
6:56 AM - 46 Ferson
7:00 AM - 566 Hanover Center Road
7:00 AM - 552 Hanover Center Road
7:02 AM - 489 Hanover Center Road
7:02 AM - 471 Hanover Center Road
7:04 AM - 391 Dogford Road
7:05 AM - 388 Dogford Road
7:05 AM - 379 Dogford Road
7:06 AM - 374 Dogford Road
7:06 AM - 371 Dogford Road
7:07 AM - 341 Dogford Road
7:09 AM - 261 Dogford Road
7:10 AM - 258 Dogford Road
7:11 AM - Pinneo Hill
7:12 AM - 203 Dogford Road
7:13 AM - 195 Dogford Road
7:14 AM - Dogford Road & Woodend Road
7:15 AM - 133 Dogford Road
7:17 AM - 16 Dogford Road
7:17 AM - Elm / Dogford Road
7:18 AM - 37 Dogford Road
7:19 AM - Lower Dogford Road & Hanover Center
7:22 AM - Partridge Road
7:23 AM - 168 Hanover Center Road
7:24 AM - King Hill / Library
7:24 AM - 116 Hanover Center Road
7:25 AM - Etna Store
7:25 AM - Etna Highlands
7:26 AM - 129 Trescott
7:38 AM - Hanover High School
7:41 AM - North Park Street (around #8 & #10)
7:42 AM - Ivy Pointe
7:43 AM - 11 Lyme Road
7:44 AM - 22 1/2 Lyme Road
7:45 AM - 29 Lyme Road
7:46 AM - 33 Lyme Road
7:46 AM - Richmond Middle School
7:50 AM - Ray School

All times listed are approximate and may vary by 5 minutes depending on ridership. Times may be adjusted after the first 2 weeks of school. Stops may also be removed and/or added and all changes will be updated and posted on our website.

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008


H-1 Afternoon Route

H-1 Afternoon Route

2:56 PM - Ray School
3:06 PM - Richmond Middle School
3:07 PM - 33 Lyme Road
3:08 PM - 29 Lyme Road
3:08 PM - 21 1/2 Lyme Road
3:09 PM - 11 Lyme Road
3:10 PM - Ivy Pointe
3:11 PM - North Park Street (around #8 & #10)
3:15 PM - Hanover High School
3:28 PM - 129 Trescott
3:29 PM - Etna Highlands
3:30 PM - Etna Store
3:30 PM - 116 Hanover Center Road
3:31 PM - King Hill / Library
3:32 PM - 168 Hanover Center Road
3:33 PM - Partridge Road
3:34 PM - Lower Dogford Road & Hanover Center
3:35 PM - 37 Dogford Road
3:36 PM - Elm Road/Dogford
3:37 PM - 16 Dogford Road
3:38 PM - 133 Dogford Road
3:39 PM - Dogford Road & Woodend Road
3:39 PM - 195 Dogford Road
3:40 PM - 203 Dogford Road
3:40 PM - Pinneo Hill Road
3:41 PM - 258 Dogford Road
3:43 PM - 261 Dogford Road
3:44 PM - 341 Dogford Road
3:44 PM - 371 Dogford Road
3:45 PM - 374 Dogford Road
3:45 PM - 379 Dogford Road
3:46 PM - Algonquin Trail
3:46 PM - 388 Dogford Road
3:46 PM - 391 Dogford Road
3:47 PM - 471 Hanover Center Road
3:47 PM - 489 Hanover Center Road
3:49 PM - 552 Hanover Center Road
3:49 PM - 566 Hanover Center Road
3:50 PM - 12 Ferson Road
3:52 PM - 11 Ferson Road
3:53 PM - 46 Ferson Road
3:55 PM - Three Mile Road / Ferson

All times listed are approximate and may vary by 5 minutes depending on ridership. Times may be adjusted after the first 2 weeks of school. Stops may also be removed and/or added and all changes will be updated and posted on our website.

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-2 Morning Route

H-2 Morning Route

Please note: This bus is only for Ray School students. It does not stop at Richmond Middle School or Hanover High School

7:25 AM - Top of Blueberry Hill
7:26 AM - 109 Blueberry Hill
7:28 AM - 106 Blueberry Hill
7:30 AM - Blueberry Hill & Ladd Road
7:35 AM - Laramie / King Road
7:36 AM - Moody Lane & King Hill Road
7:37 AM - 115 Ruddsboro Road
7:40 AM - 37 Ruddsboro Road
7:41 AM - 32 Ruddsboro Road
7:50 AM - Verona & Fairview Road
7:51 AM - Verona & Butternut
7:52 AM - Verona & Meadow Lane
7:54 AM - Verona & Rip Road
7:54 AM - 34 Rip Road
7:58 AM - Ray School

All times listed are approximate and may vary by 5 minutes depending on ridership. Times may be adjusted after the first 2 weeks of school. Stops may also be removed and/or added and all changes will be updated and posted on our website.

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-2 Afternoon Route

H-2 Afternoon Route

Please note: This bus is only for Ray School students. It does not stop at Richmond Middle School or Hanover High School

2:50 PM - Leave Ray School
2:55 PM - 34 Rip Road
2:56 PM - 30 Rip Road
2:56 PM - Rip Road & Meadow Lane
2:57 PM - Meadow Lane & Verona
2:58 PM - Verona & Butternut
2:59 PM - Verona & Fairview
3:10 PM - 32 Ruddsboro Road
3:10 PM - 37 Ruddsboro Road
3:13 PM - 115 Ruddsboro Road
3:14 PM - King Road / Moody Lane
3:18 PM - Laramie / King
3:19 PM - Blueberry Hill Road & Ladd Road
3:20 PM - 106 Blueberry Hill
3:21 PM - 109 Blueberry Hill
3:22 PM - Top of Blueberry Hill
3:30 PM - 175 Ruddsboro Road

All times listed are approximate and may vary by 5 minutes depending on ridership. Times may be adjusted after the first 2 weeks of school. Stops may also be removed and/or added and all changes will be updated and posted on our website.

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-3 Morning Route

H-3 Morning Route

7:05 AM - 91 Lyme Road
7:07 AM - Pinneo Hill Road / Route 10
7:07 AM - 119 Lyme Road
7:08 AM - 139 Lyme Road
7:08 AM - 143 Lyme Road
7:10 AM - 2 Carriage Lane
7:11 AM - 5 Carriage Lane
7:11 AM - 16 Carriage Lane
7:12 AM - 23 Carriage Lane
7:12 AM - 35 Carriage Lane
7:13 AM - Longwood
7:13 AM - cul-de-sac / 3 Lindy Lane
7:16 AM - 8 Carriage Lane
7:16 AM - Orchard Hill
7:20 AM - Goodfellow Road
7:25 AM - Montview Cul-de-Sac
7:30 AM - 3 River Road
7:31 AM - Purling Book
7:32 AM - 29 River Road
7:34 AM - Grant Road Turnaround
7:36 AM - 126 Lyme Road
7:39 AM - Richmond School / drop off / pick up
7:40 AM - Fletcher Circle
7:45 AM - Ray School


Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-3 Afternoon Route

H-3 Afternoon Route

2:55 PM - Ray School
3:05 PM - Richmond School
3:06 PM - Fletcher Circle
3:12 PM - Hanover High School
3:21 PM - 91 Lyme Road
3:23 PM - Pinneo Hill Road / Route 10
3:23 PM - 119 Lyme Road
3:24 PM - 3 River Road
3:25 PM - Purling Brook
3:26 PM - 29 River Road
3:27 PM - Grant Road Turnaround
3:30 PM - 139 Lyme Road
3:31 PM - 143 Lyme Road
3:32 PM - 2 Carriage Lane
3:33 PM - Orchard Hill
3:33 PM - 16 Carriage Lane
3:35 PM - 17/20 Carriage Lane
3:35 PM - 21/23 Carriage Lane
3:35 PM - 35 Carriage Lane
3:36 PM - Longwood Road
3:36 PM - 3 Lindy Lane / Cud-de-sac
3:38 PM - 8 Carriage Lane
3:41 PM - 155 Lyme Road
3:42 PM - Goodfellow Road
3:45 PM - Montview Cul-de-sac
3:50 PM - 126 Lyme Road

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-4 Morning Route

H-4 Morning Route

7:10 AM - Parade Ground Road
7:11 AM - 370 Hanover Center Road
7:12 AM - 365 Hanover Center Road
7:12 AM - Lord's Hill Road
7:12 AM - 342 Hanover Center Road
7:13 AM - 288 Hanover Center Road
7:14 AM - 266 Hanover Center Road
7:16 AM - 125 Trescott
7:16 AM - 123 Trescott
7:16 AM - 119 Trescott
7:17 AM - Trescott / Quail
7:18 AM - Woodcock / Trescott
7:19 AM - Partridge
7:20 AM - 73 Trescott
7:21 AM - 61 Trescott
7:21 AM - 55 Trescott
7:23 AM - 24 Trescott
7:25 AM - Mailboxes at Camp Brook Common
7:27 AM - Grasse and MacDonald
7:29 AM - Balch Hill
7:34 AM - Hanover High School
7:36 AM - Parkway and North Balch
7:44 AM - Richmond Middle School
7:50 AM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-4 Afternoon Route

H-4 Afternoon Route

2:56 PM - Leave Ray School
3:06 PM - Richmond Middle School
3:12 PM - Parkway and North Balch
3:15 PM - Hanover High School
3:20 PM - Balch Hill
3:22 PM - Grasse and MacDonald
3:23 PM - Mailboxes at Camp Brook Common
3:30 PM - Back to Ray to drop off aide
3:36 PM - 24 Trescott
3:37 PM - 55 Trescott
3:38 PM - 61 Trescott
3:39 PM - 73 Trescott
3:40 PM - Patridge
3:41 PM - Woodcock / Trescott
3:41 PM - Trescott and Quail
3:42 PM - 119 Trescott
3:42 PM - 125 Trescott
3:46 PM - 266 Hanover Center Road
3:48 PM - 288 Hanover Center Road
3:48 PM - 342 Hanover Center Road
3:49 PM - Lord's Hill Road
3:49 PM - 365 Hanover Center Road
3:50 PM - 370 Hanover Center Road
3:50 PM - Parade Ground Road

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-5 Morning Route

H-5 Morning Route

7:08 AM - Huntley Road / Route 10
7:12 AM - Hunter Lane / Spencer Road
7:13 AM - 2 Hunter Lane
7:13 AM - 7 Wyeth
7:16 AM - Clafflin Circle and Dunster
7:17 AM - 1 Mourlyn Road
7:20 AM - Dayton and Brook
7:22 AM - Dayton, Barrett and Michell
7:23 AM - Brook Road at Granger
7:24 AM - 2 Granger
7:25 AM - 7 Granger
7:26 AM - 10 Buell
7:30 AM - HHS drop off/pick up RMS and Ray students
7:33 AM - St. Thomas Church
7:36 AM - 3 Weatherbee
7:37 AM - 1 River Road
7:38 AM - Read Road at Maple
7:39 AM - Maple and Sargent
7:40 AM - Maple and Prospect
7:50 AM - Richmond Middle School
7:55 AM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-5 Afternoon Route

H-5 Afternoon Route

2:56 PM - Leave Ray School
3:06 PM - Leave Richmond Middle School
3:10 PM - Medical School
3:12 PM - Maynard and Main
3:13 PM - Administration Building
3:15 PM - 6 Wheelock
3:19 PM - 3 Weatherbee
3:20 PM - 1 River Ridge
3:21 PM - Read and Maple
3:22 PM - Maple and Sargent
3:23 PM - Maple and Prospect
3:28 PM - Hanover High School
3:30 PM - 10 Buell Street
3:31 PM - Huntley Road and Route 10
3:33 PM - 7 Granger
3:34 PM - 2 Granger
3:34 PM - Brook and Granger
3:35 PM - Dayton and Brook
3:36 PM - Dayton, Barrett and Michell
3:38 PM - 7 Wyeth
3:39 PM - 2 Hunter Lane
3:40 PM - Hunter and Spencer
3:41 PM - Route 10 and Wyeth
3:43 PM - Claflin Circle and Dunster
3:45 PM - Mourlin Lane
4:00 PM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-6 Morning Route

H-6 Morning Route

7:10 AM - 40 Great Hollow
7:11 AM - 1 Great Hollow
7:12 AM - 25 Stevens Road
7:15 AM - 43 Stevens Road
7:17 AM - 18 Stevens Road
7:18 AM - Cushing Road / Greensboro Road
7:20 AM - Greensboro at Berrill Farms
7:21 AM - 99 Greensboro Road
7:22 AM - 86 Greensboro Road
7:23 AM - Greensboro Road at Hollenbeck
7:24 AM - 70 Greensboro Road
7:25 AM - 64 Greensboro Road
7:25 AM - Smiling Brook
7:27 AM - Velvet Rocks
7:28 AM - 25 Greensboro Road
7:29 AM - Martin Lane and Greensboro Road
7:31 AM - Gibson Road and Greensboro Road
7:31 AM - Carter and Crowley
7:32 AM - 5 Crowley Terrace
7:40 AM - Hanover High School
7:45 AM - Richmond Middle School
7:50 AM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-6 Afternoon Route

H-6 Afternoon Route

2:56 PM - Leave Ray School
3:06 PM - Leave Richmond Middle School
3:10 PM - Hanover High School
3:15 PM - Carter and Crowley
3:20 PM - Greensboro and Gibson
3:21 PM - Greensboro and Martin Lane
3:23 PM - 27 Greensboro Road
3:23 PM - Velvet Rocks
3:24 PM - Smiling Brook
3:24 PM - 64 Greensboro Road
3:25 PM - 70 Greensboro Road
3:28 PM - Greensboro at Hollenbeck
3:28 PM - 86 Greensboro Road
3:29 PM - 99 Greensboro Road
3:30 PM - Greensboro at Berrill Farm Road
3:30 PM - Cushing Road / Greensboro Road
3:31 PM - 1 Great Hollow
3:32 PM - 43 Stevens Road
3:37 PM - 18 Stevens Road
3:38 PM - 4 Stevens Road
3:43 PM - 40 Great Hollow

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-7 Morning Route

H-7 Morning Route
Route begins at 7 AM at Ray School

7:15 AM - East Wheelock at Haskins
7:17 AM - 3 Low Road
7:18 AM - 5 Low Road
7:19 AM - 11 Low Road
7:20 AM - 31 Low Road
7:21 AM - 18 Low Road
7:22 AM - 14 Low Road
7:24 AM - East Wheelock at Rip / Rayton
7:25 AM - East Wheelock at Verona
7:27 AM - Valley and Conant
7:28 AM - Conant / Tyler
7:30 AM - Valley and Tyler
7:31 AM - Valley and Austin
7:33 AM - Hanover High School
7:35 AM - 5 Barrymore
7:36 AM - 8 Ridge Road
7:38 AM - 81 Lebanon Street
7:40 AM - 89 Lebanon Street
7:42 AM - AT/Power Building - Lebanon Street
7:44 AM - 82 Lebanon Street
7:52 AM - Richmond Middle School
7:57 AM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-7 Afternoon Route

H-7 Afternoon Route

2:54 PM - Leave Ray School
3:08 PM - Leave Richmond Middle School
3:17 PM - Hanover High School
3:18 PM - 5 Barrymore
3:19 PM - 8 Ridge Road
3:21 PM - 83 Lebanon Street
3:22 PM - 89 Lebanon Street
3:24 PM - AT/Power Building - Lebanon Street
3:25 PM - 82 Lebanon Street
3:27 PM - Valley / Austin
3:28 PM - Valley / Tyler
3:29 PM - Tyler / Conant
3:30 PM - Valley / Conant
3:32 PM - East Wheelock / Rayton
3:33 PM - East Wheelock / Haskins
3:34 PM - 3 Low Road
3:34 PM - 5 Low Road
3:35 PM - 11 Low Road
3:35 PM - 18 Low Road
3:36 PM - 24 Low Road
3:37 PM - 31 Low Road
3:40 PM - East Wheelock / Verona
3:40 PM - East Wheelock / Brewster

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-8 Morning route

H-8 Morning route

7:06 AM - 643 Dairy Lane
7:10 AM - 22 Rennie Road
7:10 AM - 26 Rennie Road
7:10 AM - 30 Rennie Road
7:11 AM - Fern Lane and Rennie Road
7:14 AM - 194 Lyme Road
7:15 AM - Mulherrin and Pingree
7:16 AM - 7 Mulherrin
7:17 AM - 11 Mulherrin
7:17 AM - 27 Mulherrin
7:17 AM - 29 Mulherrin
7:18 AM - 8 Mulherrin
7:19 AM - 190 Lyme Road
7:20 AM - 182 Lyme Road
7:21 AM - 3 Emily Lane
7:22 AM - 171 Lyme Road
7:23 AM - 160 Lyme Road
7:24 AM - 1 Pipers Lane
7:25 AM - Pete's Lane at Heather Lane (Reverse)
7:26 AM - 2 Pete's Lane
7:28 AM - 158 Lyme Road
7:30 AM - 156 Lyme Road
7:35 AM - Richmond School drop off/pick up
7:40 AM - Ray School
7:50 AM - Hanover High School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-8 Afternoon Route

H-8 Afternoon Route

2:50 PM - Ray School
3:05 PM - Richmond Middle School
3:15 PM - Hanover High School
3:20 PM - 156 Lyme Road

3:21 PM - Goodfellow Lane
3:22 PM - 158 Lyme Road
3:28 PM - Pete's Lane and Heather Road
3:30 PM - 160 Lyme Road
3:31 PM - 171 Lyme Road
3:32 PM - 3 Emily Lane
3:33 PM - 182 Lyme Road
3:34 PM - 190 Lyme Road

3:35 PM - Mulherrin and Pingree
3:37 PM - 7 Mulherrin
3:38 PM - 11 Mulherrin
3:39 PM - 27 Mulherrin
3:39 PM - 29 Mulherrin
3:39 PM - 8 Mulherrin

3:40 PM - Fern Lane and Rennie Road
3:42 PM - 30 Rennie Road
3:43 PM - 26 Rennie Road
3:43 PM - 22 Rennie Road
3:47 PM - Dairy Lane - PM only

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-9 Morning Route

H-9 Morning Route
Route begins at 6:55 AM at Ray School

7:09 AM - 2 Gile Drive
7:13 AM - 11 Gile Drive
7:14 AM - Granite Lane
7:15 AM - White Pine Oval
7:26 AM - Maynard / Main
7:28 AM - 25 Rope Ferry Road
7:30 AM - Occom / Clement
7:31 AM - 3 Clement
7:34 AM - School Street / Ripley
7:36 AM - Across from CVS
7:38 AM - Hanover High School
7:45 AM - Richmond School
7:50 AM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-9 Afternoon Route

H-9 Afternoon Route

2:54 PM - Ray School
3:05 PM - Richmond School
3:15 PM - Hanover High School
3:20 PM - 2 Gile Drive
3:21 PM - 11 Gile Drive
3:23 PM - Granite Lane
3:24 PM - White Pine Oval
3:28 PM - Maynard Street / Main
3:29 PM - 25 Rope Ferry Road
3:31 PM - Occom / Clement
3:32 PM - 3 Clement
3:36 PM - School Street / Ripley
3:38 PM - Across from CVS
3:48 PM - Ray School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-10 Morning Route

H-10 Morning Route , starts at 6:30 AM at RMS
Please note that this route is for middle and high school students ONLY

7:00 AM - 107 Blueberry Hill
7:02 AM - Top of Blueberry Hill
7:03 AM - 118 Blueberry Hill
7:03 AM - 113 Blueberry Hill
7:03 AM - 107 Blueberry Hill
7:04 AM - 106 Blueberry Hill
7:04 AM - Blueberry Hill and Juniper
7:05 AM - Blueberry Hill and Twin Brook
7:07 AM - Laurel Road and Laramie
7:08 AM - 78 King Road
7:10 AM - King Road and Moody Lane
7:14 AM - 105 Ruddsboro Road
7:15 AM - 36 Ruddsboro Road
7:30 AM - Hanover High School
7:35 AM - Verona and Brook Hollow
7:36 AM - Verona and Butternut
7:36 AM - Willow Spring and Meadow Lane
7:37 AM - Rip Road and Pine
7:42 AM - Richmond Middle School
7:45 AM - Lyme Road across from Ivy Pointe - High School only
7:52 AM - Hanover High School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-10 Afternoon Route

H-10 Morning Route
Please note that this route is for middle and high school students ONLY

2:55 PM - Hanover High School
3:05 PM - Leave Hanover High School
3:08 PM - Lyme Road / Ivy Pointe Way
3:12 PM - Leave Middle School
3:15 PM - 1 Hemlock Road
3:17 PM - Rip Road and Pine
3:19 PM - Willow Spring and Meadow Lane
3:20 PM - Verona and Butternut
3:21 PM - Verona and Brook Hollow
3:34 PM - 36 Ruddsboro Road
3:37 PM - 105 Ruddsboro Road
3:40 PM - Ruddsboro at King Road
3:41 PM - King Road and Moody Lane
3:42 PM - King Road stop #78
3:48 PM - Laramie at Laurel
3:50 PM - Blueberry Hill and Twin Brook
3:52 PM - Blueberry at Juniper
3:53 PM - 106/107 Blueberry Hill
3:54 PM - 110 Blueberry Hill
3:55 PM - 113 Blueberry Hill
3:55 PM - 116 Blueberry Hill
3:56 PM - 118 Blueberry Hill
3:57 PM - Top of Blueberry Hill

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

H-11 Information

Most stops from 2016-2017 bus route H-11 have been transferred to routes H-1, H-5, and H-7. The remainder of the H-11 will be spent running interstate special runs. Students still riding H-11 will be contacted directly.

Norwich Bus Routes

N-1 Morning Route

N-1 Morning Route

7:08 AM - 1163 New Boston Road
7:09 AM - Meeting House and New Boston
7:10 AM - 1024 New Boston Road
7:11 AM - 994 New Boston Road
7:12 AM - 609 New Boston Road
7:12 AM - 577 New Boston Road
7:13 AM - 550 New Boston Road
7:14 AM - 465 New Boston Road
7:15 AM - 370 New Boston Road
7:19 AM - 608 Turnpike Road
7:21 AM - Turn around Upper Turnpike Road
7:23 AM - 465 Turnpike Road
7:24 AM - 256 Turnpike Road
7:25 AM - 183 Turnpike Road
7:28 AM - Arrive Marion Cross School
7:40 AM - Depart Marion Cross School
7:55 AM - Arrive Richmond Middle School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-1 Afternoon Route

N-1 Afternoon Route

2:45 PM - Arrive Richmond Middle School
3:05 PM - Depart Richmond Middle School
3:15 PM - Arrive Marion Cross School
3:20 PM - Depart Marion Cross School
3:25 PM - 182 Beaver Meadow Road
3:26 PM - 18 Moore Lane
3:27 PM - 183 Turnpike Road
3:28 PM - 256 Turnpike Road
3:30 PM - 467 Turnpike Road
3:31 PM - 608 Turnpike Road
3:32 PM - 829 Turnpike Road
3:33 PM - Turnpike / Upper Turnpike Road
3:39 PM - Douglas & New Boston Road
3:40 PM - 370 New Boston Road
3:41 PM - 466 New Boston Road
3:42 PM - 550 New Boston Road
3:42 PM - Sundback & 577
3:43 PM - 728 New Boston Road
3:44 PM - 961 New Boston Road
3:44 PM - 970 New Boston Road
3:45 PM - 1024 New Boston Road
3:46 PM - Meeting House & New Boston
3:47 PM - 1163 New Boston Road

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-2 Information

All stops for Norwich 2 have been absorbed into Norwich #3 and #5; some of the stops on Norwich 5 have been transferred to Norwich 1.

N-3 Morning Route

N-3 Morning Route

7:00 AM - 130 Union Village Road
7:05 AM - Shiloh Lane
7:06 AM - 1153 Union Village Road
7:08 AM - Waterman Hill and Union Village
7:08 AM - 1411 Union Village Road
7:10 AM - Academy Road
7:10 AM - Turn around at covered bridge
7:14 AM - K-turn at Kerwin Hill
7:14 AM - Prince and Pauper Farm
7:14 AM - 39 Academy Road
7:15 AM - 70 Academy Road
7:15 AM - 114 Academy Road
7:19 AM - Left onto Route 5 North
7:21 AM - Turn around at Stevens Road
7:23 AM - 1743 Route 5
7:23 AM - 1728 Route 5
7:24 AM - Kendall Station and Route 5
7:27 AM - Farell Farm & Route 5
7:30 AM - Butternut Lane
7:32 AM - 28 Route 5 North
7:35 AM - River Road
7:39 AM - McKenna Road
7:40 AM - Depart - Marion Cross School
7:54 AM - Arrive - Hanover High School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-3 Afternoon Route

N-3 Afternoon Route

2:45 PM - Arrive - Hanover High School
3:05 PM - Depart - Hanover High School
3:15 PM - Arrive - Marion Cross School
3:20 PM - Depart - Marion Cross School
3:24 PM - Upper Loveland Road
3:24 PM - Melview Ridge
3:25 PM - 28 Route 5 North
3:26 PM - Lower Loveland and Route 5
3:27 PM - Butternut Lane
3:30 PM - Farell Farm Road
3:31 PM - Kendal Station and Route 5
3:32 PM - Turn around at Stevens Road
3:34 PM - 1743 Route 5
3:35 PM - 1728 Route 5
3:37 PM - Right on to 132 West
3:43 PM - Prince and Pauper Farm
3:43 PM - 39 Academy Road
3:44 PM - 70 Academy Road
3:44 PM - 114 Academy Road
3:45 PM - Turn around at covered bridge
3:47 PM - K-turn at Kerwin Hill
3:48 PM - 1445 Union Village Road
3:48 PM - 1432 Union Village Road
3:48 PM - 1411 Union Village Road
3:50 PM - 1153 Union Village Road
3:51 PM - Shiloh Lane
3:54 PM - Bradley Road and Union Village Road
3:54 PM - 433 Union Village Road
3:55 PM - 130 Union Village Road

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-4 Morning Route

N-4 Morning Route

6:55 AM - Bragg Hill / Goddard
6:56 AM - Bragg Hill / Happy Hill
6:59 AM - Bragg Hill / Dutton
7:00 AM - 534 Bragg Hill
7:01 AM - 752 Bragg Hill
7:06 AM - 1512 Beaver Meadow
7:07 AM - 1528 Beaver Meadow
7:09 AM - Beaver Meadow / Mitchell Brook
7:10 AM - Beaver Meadow / Chapel Hill
7:15 AM - Beaver Meadow / Brigham Hill
7:18 AM - 386 Beaver Meadow
7:19 AM - 308 Beaver Meadow
7:20 AM - Beaver Meadow / Moore Lane
7:21 AM - 261 Beaver Meadow
7:27 AM - Arrive - Marion Cross School
7:30 AM - Depart - Marion Cross School
7:50 AM - Arrive - Richmond Middle School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-4 Afternoon Route

N-4 Afternoon Route

3:05 PM - Depart Richmond Middle School
3:15 PM - Arrive Marion Cross School
3:20 PM - Depart Marion Cross School
3:20 PM - Huntley
3:20 PM - Upper Huntley
3:21 PM - 34 Glen Ridge
3:21 PM - 44 Glen Ridge
3:22 PM - 64 Glen Ridge
3:22 PM - 63 Glen Ridge
3:22 PM - 53 Glen Ridge
3:24 PM - Lower Dutton
3:25 PM - 17/19 Bragg Hill
3:27 PM - Bragg Hill / Goddard
3:30 PM - Bragg Hill / Happy Hill
3:30 PM - Upper Dutton / Bragg
3:31 PM - 534 Bragg Hill
3:31 PM - Bragg Hill / Upper Dutton
3:32 PM - 618 Bragg Hill
3:32 PM - 741 Bragg Hill
3:32 PM - 752 Bragg Hill
3:39 PM - Bragg / Tucker
3:40 PM - 1512 Beaver Meadow
3:40 PM - 1528 Beaver Meadow
3:41 PM - 1671 Beaver Meadow
3:41 PM - Stagecoach
3:41 PM - K-turn at Mitchell Brook
3:42 PM - Beaver Meadow / Mitchell Brook
3:43 PM - Beaver Meadow / Chapel Hill
3:55 PM - Brigham Hill
3:55 PM - 308 Beaver Meadow

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-5 Morning Route

N-5 Morning Route

7:06 AM - Eagle Lane
7:06 AM - Falcon Lane
7:07 AM - 201 Hawk Pine
7:09 AM - 476 Hawk Pine
7:13 AM - Willey Hill and Maple Hill
7:15 AM - 740 Union Village Road
7:18 AM - 4 Corners Road and Union Village Raod
7:18 AM - 594 Goodrich 4 Corners Road
7:19 AM - 551 Goodrich 4 Corners Road
7:24 AM - Loveland Road and Route 5
7:27 AM - 217 Church Street
7:30 AM - Arrive Marion Cross School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-5 Afternoon Route

N-5 Afternoon Route

3:05 PM - Arrive Marion Cross School
3:20 PM - Depart Marion Cross School
3:22 PM - Koch Road (lower end)
3:24 PM - Turnpike Road and Main Street
3:25 PM - Koch Road (upper end)
3:26 PM - 50 Willey Hill Road
3:27 PM - 66 Willey Hill Road
3:28 PM - 96 Willey Hill Road
3:28 PM - 207A Willey Hill
3:29 PM - 75 Hawk Pine
3:30 PM - 96 Hawk Pine
3:31 PM - Eagle Lane
3:31 PM - 122 Hawk Pine
3:31 PM - 159 Hawk Pine
3:32 PM - 175 Hawk Pine
3:33 PM - 201 Hawk Pine
3:34 PM - 488 Hawk Pine
3:35 PM - 503 Hawk Pine
3:35 PM - 476 Hawk Pine
3:36 PM - 340 Hawk Pine
3:37 PM - 317 Hawk Pine
3:39 PM - Willey Hill and Maple Hill
3:43 PM - 740 Union Village
3:44 PM - Union Village and 4 Corners Road
3:45 PM - 594 Goodrich 4 Corners Road
3:46 PM - 551 Goodrich 4 Corners Road
3:52 PM - Loveland Road and Route 5

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-6 Morning Route

N-6 Morning Route

7:00 AM - Jericho Street and Wallace Road
7:02 AM - Jericho Road and Sugar Top
7:04 AM - Jericho Road and Joshua Road
7:07 AM - Jericho Road and Newton Road
7:11 AM - 318 Route 5
7:12 AM - 304 Route 5
7:14 AM - King Arthur Flour
7:15 AM - Mill Road and Route 5
7:18 AM - Norwich Meadows Building 4
7:18 AM - Norwich Meadows Building 11
7:19 AM - 330 Hopson Road
7:19 AM - 318 Hopson Road
7:19 AM - 249 Hopson Road
7:19 AM - 163 Hopson Road
7:20 AM - 149 Hopson Road
7:21 AM - Pine Tree Road and Hopson Road
7:24 AM - Hopson Road
7:25 AM - 138 Beaver Meadow Road
7:26 AM - 34 Glen Ridge
7:27 AM - 44 Glen Ridge
7:27 AM - 62 Glen Ridge
7:28 AM - 63 Glen Ridge
7:28 AM - 53 Glen Ridge
7:32 AM - Arrive Marion Cross School
7:35 AM - Depart Marion Cross School
7:45 AM - Arrive Hanover High School

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

N-6 Afternoon Route

N-6 Afternoon Route

2:40 PM - Hanover High School
3:05 PM - Depart Hanover High School
3:15 PM - Arrive Marion Cross School
3:20 PM - Depart Marion Cross School
3:22 PM - Norwich Day Care
3:25 PM - Hopson Road
3:26 PM - Hopson Road and Pine Tree Road
3:27 PM - 149 Hopson Road
3:27 PM - 163 Hopson Road
3:27 PM - Hopson Road and Elm Street
3:27 PM - 249 Hopson Road
3:27 PM - 318 Hopson Road
3:27 PM - 330 Hopson Road
3:27 PM - Hopson Lane
3:28 PM - King Arthur Flour
3:29 PM - Mill Road and Route 5
3:32 PM - Norwich Meadow Building 4
3:32 PM - Norwich Meadow Building 11
3:34 PM - 304 Route 5
3:35 PM - 318 Route 5
3:35 PM - Family Place and Route 5
3:35 PM - Palmer Court and Route 5
3:35 PM - Alcot Drive and Route 5
3:35 PM - Valley Terrace
3:36 PM - High Horses (Hazen Farm)
3:36 PM - Hemlock Ridge Road and Route 5
3:38 PM - Jericho Road and Newton Road
3:41 PM - Jericho Road and Joshua Road
3:43 PM - Jericho Road and Sugar Top
3:45 PM - Jericho Road and Wallace Road
4:00 PM - Tigertown Road and Podunk Road

Questions or concerns should be directed to:

Mike Gaudette
Student Transportations of America
Phone: 802-698-8528


Jamie Teague
District Business Administrator
603-643-6050 Ext. 2008

Sending Town Bus Routes

Lyme

  • AM pickup location is at the Lyme Elementary School at 7:10 AM, Hanover bus #11 (H11) This bus will be specifically for the transport of Lyme students directly to the Hanover High School and will drop off at the school at approximately 7:25 AM.
  • PM return will be on Hanover Bus #11 (H11), the bus will leave the school at 3:15 PM and will go directly to the Lyme Elementary School arriving at approximately 3:35 PM.
  • As always, Lyme students living closer to other posted routes areas may hop aboard any Hanover bus coming into the Hanover High School, if space allows.

Hartland

  • AM pickup location is at the Hartland Elementary School at 7:10 AM - Hartland District Bus. This bus will transport directly to Hanover High School and then continue on to Richmond Middle School.
  • PM return -

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday - Hartland bus will pick up at Hanover High School at 3:45 PM and arrives at Hartland Elementary School at approximately 4:05 PM; students at Richmond Middle School will need to ride a bus over to Hanover High School and wait for their bus.

Wednesday - Hartland bus will pick up at Hanover High School and leaves immediately to return to the Hartland Elementary to finish Hartland routes. They cannot wait for the Richmond Middle School transfers on Wednesday; so alternate parental arrangements will need to be made for them.