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Transportation Services


  Director of Transportation

    Zach McKinney 
    Main Office: 317-594-4117
    General Questions / Concerns

  Bus Routes

    Routes are available through Family Access.


Basic Rules of Bus Conduct

Riding the school bus is a privilege and is a part of the school day. Accordingly, students should adhere to all rules and procedures outlined in the student handbook while being transported to and from school. Classroom conduct is expected. The driver is in charge at all times while on the bus. All driver directives should be followed promptly.

Be at your bus stop five minutes prior to the scheduled pickup time.

Go to your assigned seat quickly. Stay seated at all times until it is your time to get off the bus, and the bus has come to a complete stop. Seated means facing forward with feet on the floor. Students will be completely out of the aisle if two or fewer students are in the seat.

Keep arms, legs, and objects to yourself and inside the bus.

Talk quietly with no inappropriate language or gestures. Quietly means at a level where the driver cannot clearly hear the conversation and the students you are trying to talk to are no more than two seats away.

Students are not to bring toys, collectible cards, laser pointers, balloons, or other distracting items to school or onto the bus.

Students will not possess the following forbidden items while on the bus:  weapons, tobacco, drugs, alcohol, aerosols, sprays, pumps, perfume, combustibles or other contraband.

A student may ride a different school bus with a friend, or for other activities, provided there is enough room on the bus and the student follows all bus rules. Students may not have more than one friend ride on their assigned bus without prior permission from the driver or transportation office.  A note, written by the parent or guardian, must be sent verifying that the student may ride a different bus. A male and female riding home together must have the note verified by the school. The note must be signed and dated by school personnel.

Bus windows will not be lowered more than half the distance of their travel.

Once a student has boarded their bus at the school, they will not be allowed to exit the bus without authorization from school personnel.

Students will not take photos while on the bus. This includes regular routes and extracurricular trips. Any camera device used on the bus will be confiscated and disciplinary consequences will be administered.

Skateboards and roller blades are not permitted on school buses or any other school property.

Musical instruments will be kept in the seat with the student.

Golf clubs, over sized equipment and large musical instruments are not to be transported on regular route buses.

No items will be stored in the back window.