Transportation

  •  The Chambersburg Area School District transports more than 9,500 students each day over 250 square miles.  Over 125 school buses/vans travel approximately 8,700 miles each day to get our children to and from school.

Buzzy Bee Safety Awards

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    Buzzy Bee Safety Program

    The Transportation Department awards students for following bus safety rules.  This is a monthly program is for elementary students in Kindergarten through 5th  grades and will recognize students who have followed school bus safety rules and demonstrated being a safe rider.

    We hope to continue to promote bus safety throughout the district and community.

     

     

  • Meyer's Bus Line Inc. was hard at work during a winter storm.

Transportation Policies

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    Transportation policy change #1:

    Students may have different a.m. and p.m. pick-up and drop-off locations, but these arrangements must remain the same each day of the week. In the past, students could be picked up and dropped off at various places throughout the week, but this will no longer be possible.

    Transportation policy change #2:

    Students will not be allowed to ride home on a different bus even with a parent note. In the past, a parent could send a note to the school and the child would be given permission to ride home with a friend. If there is an extreme emergency that would make it necessary for a child to ride a different bus, a parent must get prior approval for this change from LaDonna Naugle, Supervisor of Transportation, or from Bobbie Stine, the Assistant Supervisor of Transportation.

    With 110 bus routes transporting 8,500 students to our public and non-public schools throughout our school district, the level of safety that is critical in transporting students can not be maintained at a necessary level while accommodating changes to individual transportation patterns. Our goal is to transport all of our students to and from school safely, while trying to accommodate the needs of every family as well as possible. If you have any questions about this policy change, please contact LaDonna Naugle or Bobbie Stine.

Bus Safety Week

  • National School Bus Safety Week

    October 16-20, 2017


    2017 National School Bus Safety Week: October 16-20, 2017 

    and the theme is  "# STOP ON RED!

    The theme of National School Bus Safety Week is derived from the Poster Contest the year before.

     

    School Bus Activity Booklet

     

    Buzzy Visits Fayetteville Elementary School Mrs. Stine & Buzzy Bee

     

    Buzzy Bee Visits South Hamilton Elementary

    Buzzy greets students

    Buzzy And Mr. Mummert promote bus safety everyday!

    Buzzy and Mr. Mummert