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New Transportation Plan for SCS

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In Scott County, we are committed to in-person instruction because we know this is best for our students and community.  During the pandemic, adequate staffing has been an issue in our district, specifically for transportation.  This year has required flexibility and creativity.

We have developed a plan to keep schools open in person but reduce bus transportation on a rotating schedule.  There are eight weeks between February 1 and spring break, which begins March 29.  The best option for providing in-person instruction is to reduce the number of bus routes for Scott County Schools.

To be equitable, every bus rider will be impacted no more than one week from the start of the plan to spring break.  The week your bus route does not run, we hope that as many families as possible will make arrangements to get their students to and from school.  If this is impossible, the absence will be excused.  Schools will be in contact with families to plan for the next week’s instruction and assignments. 

The following buses will NOT run their usual routes and there will be no transportation available for students living on these routes.  If your student normally rides one of these buses, you must make other arrangements for them to get to and from school. 

Week #6 (March 8-12, 2021):

Bus #

Elementary School Route

Middle School

Route

High School Route

84

Creekside

SCMS

GCHS

1503

NONE

SCMS

SCHS

1505

Stamping Ground

SCMS

GCHS

1901

Northern

SCMS

SCHS

1905

Eastern

RSMS

SCHS

 

CLICK HERE to find the bus numbers and routes for each week.  We will continue to evaluate the data and will run as many routes as possible each week.  Families will receive a weekly reminder of routes impacted for the following week.  Contact your school for additional information.

School and district leaders and members of the Scott County Board of Education are doing everything possible to stay in school and operate safely.  We know this is a taxing time for families and thank you for your understanding and support.

 

 





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