Busing will be used for student transportation, following CDC/Public Health guidelines.
Due to physical distancing recommendations, the capacity on our buses will be limited. Therefore, pre-registration is required by August 18th. A pre-registration form for parents to share their needs will be made available on August 13th. Parents will be asked to transport children when possible.
Open ridership will be suspended until further notice.
Route and seat assignment, location, and pick-up times will be determined and communicated to parents by August 26th. Based upon the volume of requests, routes and drop off times may be affected.
- Students will be assigned seats utilizing a left and right position alternating pattern.
- There will only be one (1) student per seat unless they are in the same family and then students may be seated together.
- All riders will be required to wear masks.
- In order to practice recommended health guidelines, hand sanitizer will be available on each bus.
- Seating arrangements will be created by order of route pickup with the first students on the bus sitting in the back, then filling each seat towards the front of the bus. Students in the front unload first, preventing students from passing one another while loading/unloading.
- Loading at campus will be managed by school personnel.
- All windows on the bus will be opened to maximize airflow when possible.
Special Education Transportation:
Special education transportation will be managed in a manner similar to and consistent with regular education. Exceptions and other arrangements will be made for students who, for medical reasons, may not be able to wear a mask.
Pre-registration for bus transportation is required by August 18th.
A pre-registration form for parents to share their needs will be emailed to families on August 13th.
Buses will have enhanced cleaning and sanitization by the transportation vendor - Student Transportation of America.
Bus monitors will be screening students upon entry. Parents should remain with their elementary-aged students in case their screening makes them unable to board.
Middle and High School aged students should have a predetermined return-to-home protocol established with their parents.
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