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Transportation

Transportation

District bus drivers pictured in front of a school bus
IMPORTANT!!
Due to the Pandemic, strict guidelines will need to be followed this year to meet the best guidance and to keep everyone safe,
So we can account for each rider and to insure bus loading limits and seating capacity is not exceeded,  it is more important than ever that we know and identify each student that will be riding the bus.
Starting this year you must fill out a bus registration form in order to ride the bus.
You will not be routed on the bus unless we receive a bus registration form for each student.

BUS REGISTRATION FORM

BUS REGISTRATIONS RECEIVED AFTER NOON TODAY, WILL NOT BE PROCESSED UNTIL THE NEXT SCHOOL DAY.

IMPORTANT!!


General Information
Students will be placed in assigned seats.
There will be a maximum of 2 students per seat, unless they are from same household
Face coverings are required for drivers.
Buses will load from back to front and students will maintain their assigned seats. Buses will empty front to back.        
Bus windows will be down, weather permitting.
Siblings will sit together.
All students/riders will be required to wear a face covering at all times
There will be no variance forms or bus passes.
Buses will be sanitized after every route.

US Grant Career Center 2020-2021
U.S. Grant Vocational students ride a dedicated route in the mornings and a shuttle bus in the afternoon that connects them with their neighborhood bus. Because the morning bus covers the entire district, it is important that we know which students are riding the bus in order to save time and fuel. Please call 513-429-7859 and let us know if your student will not be using the bus. Times will vary the first couple of weeks based on actual riders.

Please remember that Ohio law requires that parents are responsible for their children until they enter the bus. Due to a large number of students that ride Williamsburg buses, we are unable to make bus stop changes to relieve parents of that responsibility. This means, unfortunately, we cannot move bus stops simply to allow the parent to monitor the stop from inside their home.

The state sets minimum requirements for school transportation; our hope is to always to provide better and more convenient service than the state minimum. We must balance that with the need to be efficient and safe for all students, and so we appreciate and value the partnership with our parents.
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