Distance from School - Bus transportation is available to students who live 1.5 miles or farther from their school.
Student Information - It is very important that parents provide schools with current home address, two or more active phone numbers, and whether student is an AM and/or PM school bus rider. If you have questions whether your child’s information is current, please contact your child’s school.
Bus Delays - Parent/Guardian will be called if his/her child’s bus (AM and/or PM) is delayed more than 15 minutes. Delays are also posted on the main page or our website as well as the Parent page.
Requests for Bus Transportation After School Year Begins - Parents should contact the student’s school to request bus service after the beginning of the year. Every effort is made to add students as soon as possible. However, up to five days may be required to add a student to a bus route.
Adult Supervision of 4K, 5K and 1st Grade Students - Parent / Guardian should be present at the bus stop for both the morning pickup and afternoon drop-off. Another adult or a student who is in 5th grade or above can serve as the parent’s/guardian’s designee. The parent/guardian is ultimately responsible for the safety and conduct of his/her child at the school bus stop.
What Happens if Adult or Designee is Not Present? If a 4K, 5K, or 1st grade student, whether alone or in a group, is preparing to depart the bus AND a parent/guardian/designee is not present at the bus stop, the student(s) could be returned to his/her elementary school. When a student is returned to the elementary school, school staff will contact the parent/guardian via contact information provided by the parent/guardian. If the parent/guardian cannot be located, the matter could be referred to the Greenville County Schools Law Enforcement Division and/or the Greenville County Department of Social Services (DSS). Repeated instances may result in the loss of bus privileges.
Concerns: E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.