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Where is the lost and found for the buses?
     If the driver can identify which school the item was misplaced from it will be returned to the school.  If there is no indication of which school and after being on the bus several days the driver brings in the item and puts it in the lost and found box at the terminal. Boxes are emptied quarterly.
 
If I have a complaint who do I talk to?
     You may respond via the Transportation Contact page.  You may also call the Dispatch Office and you will be put through to the appropriate person.
 
Can my student take his/her skateboard, scooter, or rollerblades on the bus?
     No, these items pose a safety hazard.  If your student needs any of these items they must find alternate transportation.  This includes if the item is for a class project or fieldtrip.
 
My student is doing a project on their pet, is he/she allowed to bring the pet on the bus?
     No, due to allergy issues and the safety of the other children we cannot allow any animals on board.
 
What do I do if my student didn't get off at their stop?
     Contact the Dispatch Office and they will speak with the appropriate person to investigate the situation.
 
Why wouldn't the driver let my student off at a stop other than his own?
     For safety reasons students are only allowed to exit the bus at their own stop. If a student needs to get off at a different stop they need to have a note from their parent or guardian stating the reason why and it must be signed, dated, and have a contact number. The transportation department may contact the parent at the number given to ensure the student has permission.

 

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