Central Office
P: 937-548-3185
F: 937-548-6943
Welcome to the Transportation Department (Bus Barn)
Transportation Supervisor-Beth Cain

Must be good with kids and be able to multi task.
Must pass drug test.
Must pass background check.
Must pass physical.
GREAT JOB  for stay home Moms, recently retired and anyone looking for part time work. We train (in-house) for the CDL.
Pay is: $13.31 for routes and $10.71 for extra curricular trips such as athletic events and field trips.
*If you have an interest, call Beth Cain @ 548-4464.
Parent information regarding student drop off

Parents, who choose to meet their child at the bus stop, should plan to be at the bus stop 10-15 minutes prior to their child's scheduled drop off. Bus drivers must keep to a schedule and can not wait for you to arrive. Make a plan with your friends, neighbors and your child in the event you are not there by the time the bus arrives for drop off.  It is strongly suggested that you do a couple of trial runs between your home and the bus stop so your child knows how to get home in the event you are not at the stop on time. It is suggested you get to know the other parents and students at the bus stop so your child isn't afraid if you are not there when they get off the bus. Some parents have found setting their phone alarm in advance to remind them to go to the bus stop is helpful. 

The following is from the Ohio Department of Education:

Pupil transportation service must be provided in Ohio for students in grades K-8 who live more than two miles from their school. Many school districts choose to transport students in high school, as well as students who live closer than two miles from their school, but these services are optional and at the discretion of the local school district and are not required by state law.

Transportation plans are designed and implemented by each district. This plan includes the designation of walk - in areas to school, identification of hazardous areas, the location of bus stops and the actual routing and planning of routes. Other issues, such as the ability of the school district to accommodate day care arrangements, alternative bus stops and length of time a student rides on a bus are also determined by the local school district. There are no administrative regulations or laws that limit these.

School transportation is a form of public transportation that is designed to be safe and efficient while serving as many students as possible. It is not an individualized transportation service. As in other public forms of transportation, there is little opportunity to alter or change schedules and routes to meet individual family circumstances.


1. Students shall arrive at the bus stop 5 minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive.
2. Students must wait at the driver designated place of safety or a safe place well off roadway while waiting to board the bus. When departing the bus, students must stand in the driver designated place of safety until the bus had departed.
3. Behavior at the bus stop is governed by the same rules and regulations that apply at school. Behavior at the school bus stop must not threaten life, limb or property of any individual.
4. Students must go directly to their assigned seat so the bus may safely resume motion. If no seat is assigned, the driver will assign a seat.
5. Students must remain seated keeping aisles and exits clear.

6. Students must observe classroom conduct and obey the driver promptly and respectfully.

7. Students must not use profane language.

8. Students must refrain from eating, chewing gum and drinking on the bus except as required for medical reasons.

9. Students must not use and/or possess tobacco products on the bus or at the bus stop.

10. Students must not use and/or have alcohol or drugs in their possession on the bus or at the bus stop except for prescription medication required for a student.
11. Students must not throw or pass objects on, from or into the bus.
12. Students may carry on the bus only objects that can be held in their laps. (see paragraph (J) of rule 3301-83-20 of the Administrative Code). Firearms, explosives, or other dangerous materials, balloons, animals (except for service animals) and glass containers are not permitted on school buses.
13. Students must leave or board the bus at locations to which they have been assigned unless they have parental and school authorization to do otherwise.
14. Students must not put any body parts or belongings out of the bus windows.
15. Guidelines will be formulated for the use and storage of equipment and other means of assistance required by preschool and special needs children.
16. Drivers and bus aides must have access to appropriate information about the child to the degree that such information might affect safe transportation and medical well-being. This information must be available in the vehicle or readily accessible in the transportation office. All such information is strictly confidential.
17. Some electronic devices; cameras, laser pointers, etc. are not allowed on buses. The exception to this will be MP3 players, I-Pads, games and cell phones with headphones only for grades 5th through 12th. Texting is allowable, but no talking on cell phones will be permitted. Any device that includes a flash; this function is prohibited. These items will be removed and held by the driver. On the morning route, the device will be given to the building principal and discipline will follow. On the afternoon route, the device will be given to the student before departing the bus and discipline will follow. The driver and school district are not responsible for lost or stolen devices.

Safety is very important when riding and driving a school bus. If a student's behavior becomes a problem by not following the above rules, bus riding privileges may be revoked.

Requests in writing for non-regular bus service (bus pass) for students in grades needing to go home with another student who is normally bused should ONLY be made if no other form of transportation can be obtained. Such request are to be made directly to the building principal, his/her assistant, or building secretary and must be signed by the parent or legal guardian. You must have the bus number and the location of the closest established bus stop as where the student will be dropped off. Approval is subject to available seating and at the schools discretion.
  • Requests for more than one student to go home with the same student for parties, sleepovers, etc. will not be approved.
  • Play dates or hanging out with friends will not be approved.
  • Bus pick up at a regular stop will be permitted providing the student has a note, dated and signed by the parent or legal guardian.

Requests by phone for a transportation change for non-regular bus service (daily bus pass) will ONLY be considered in emergency situations and will be at the school’s discretion and is subject to available seating.

  • A phone call must be made to the school and must be from the parent or legal guardian requesting emergency bus service and the nature of the emergency. At the time of the call, proof off identification must be provided. Parent or guardian must have necessary information from the Bus Garage as to what bus number the student will need to ride as well as the location of the bus stop. This should be obtained by first calling the Bus Garage at 548-4464.

Requests by phone will be denied for non-emergency daily bus service for; play dates, parties, staying overnight with friends, school projects, etc. These events should be dealt with in advance and students are best served to use their regular daily bus service with parents providing transportation later in the day.

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