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Transportation News
Cell Phones:
Please note our policy that covers cell phone use, texting and other hand held devices for drivers and students (3301-83-20) who utilize our transportation:

Except in cases of extreme emergency, cellular telephones, including hands-free and wireless devices, or other portable communication devices shall not be used by the driver while the school bus is in motion or while the driver is supervising the loading or unloading of students.

Students should also be advised by parents, teachers and bus drivers not to use cell phones or electronic devices when loading or unloading or when they may become a distraction to their own or others’ safety.
Students need to remain free of distractions when crossing the Street or waiting for the bus to arrive where traffic could be a hazard.
 
School bus notes:
With the safety of your child in mind, school transportation must remain consistent. Variable and alternating days will not be allowed. However, we realize that emergencies do occur. In the event of an emergency, parents will need to call Mr. Milt Saylerl @ (440) 965-4105 to see if a possible alternate bus route is available 24 hours in advance. If this one time change is approved, parents also need to send a note with the child to be given to the bus driver upon boarding. If Mr. Sayler does not have space available on a particular bus route or if a child does not bring a note, the one-time, temporary route change will be refused out of safety concerns.
Delays

 Current Detours

  • Baumhart Road will be closed on August 21st for 60 days at Middle Ridge Road.
  • Joppa Road remains closed. 
 
From time to time, the transportation department will experience delays. Many factors affect the time that it takes to transport children to and from school. Some of the issues that could possibly cause a delay include the need for substitute drivers, children not feeling well, mechanical issues, and unusual traffic patterns.

With that in mind, please don’t be alarmed if students are dropped off after school on a schedule that fluctuates 10-15 minutes, or longer. While our drivers work extremely hard to stay on schedule, delays will happen. The safety of our students will always come first, and sometimes the routes will take a little longer.

If an unusual situation were to occur that would cause a long delay, our transportation department will contact parents with information. To help expedite this process, please remember to update contact information with the building secretaries.

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