Transportation and
School Closing Information

Robert Hill
Head Mechanic
494-3727
Dan Howe
Mechanic
494-3727
Helen Miner
Transportation Aide
494-3727 Email
     

 

School closing or early dismissal due to bad weather or other emergencies is announced by our School Messenger system. Please keep your email address and phone number(s) up-to-date. Families and employees may also turn to the following local radio and TV stations:

WENU 101.7
WCKM 98.5
WFFG 107.1
WBKE 100.3
WQAR 101.3
WGY
FLY92
Channel 6 TV
Channel 9 TV
Channel 10 TV
Channel 13 TV


Parents are encouraged to develop a plan for their children in the event a parent is not able to be home at the time of early dismissal. If special child arrangements are necessary, the parents should inform the child and notify the school. If school has a delayed start due to inclement weather, etc. no breakfast will be served.

 

Afternoon Bus Line-Up

#20 - Kathy Monroe Out of Dist
#22 - Joe Denton Out of District
#24 - Ken Denton
#25 - Michelle Monroe (BOCES)
#27 - Sub
#28 - Nancy Hayes
#30 - Lisa Packer
#31 - Alan Fish
#32 - Bernie Hill
#33 - Julie Harvey
#34 - Pam Esposito
#35 - Laura Donahue

School Day

K - 3: 8:05 - 2:41

4 -6: 8:00 - 2:45

7-12: 7:55 - 2:52

Any† student going home on a different† bus must have a signed note turned in to the office before the daily bulletin is printed.† Any student visiting another home must have a note from his/her parents and a consenting note from the receiving parent.

BUS SAFETY

TRANSPORTATION TO NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS

State Education Law sets April 1st as the deadline for written applications from parents who wish their children to be transported to non-public schools outside the district.† New applications are required each year.† State law also states that public schools must transport pupils to non-public schools no farther than 15 miles from the studentís home.† Families who move into the district after the April 1st †deadline may file requests within 30 days of their move into the district.† Requests may be filed and questions directed to the Superintendent.

DRIVING TO SCHOOL

Students who drive to school must register in the high school office. Permits will be issued when registration is completed. Students must park in the designated parking lot and the vehicle must display the parking tag. Students will not remove vehicles from the school parking area until the end of the day unless permissions granted from the high school office.

Students must obey all traffic laws and be respectful of requests from faculty and staff to insure the safety of all persons.

Seniors may uses vehicles during lunch hour only after parental permission and permission by the high school principal or superintendent is granted.

Failure to comply with the above rules will result in immediate suspension of the student's permit. Parking and driving privileges will be denied.

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