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    Bus Routing Contact

    Bus Routes for the 2017-18 school year will be posted in Family Access on August 19.  

    Should you have questions about your child's bus route after August 19, please contact Riteway Bus Company, Jim Stevens, 262-691-9868.


     

Bus Routing

  • Where can I find my child's route information?

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    Bus stop location and time can be found by logging into: Family Access.
    Look under the Student Information Tab;
    Then View Bus Schedule;
    Finally click on View Pick-up or Drop-off times.

     

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  • When is the routing of Busses completed?

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    Typically the routing process begins in July after the student records are rolled into their new grade level. Between 200 to 300 Alteration of Service Requests are processed between this time and the start of the school year. Beginning around August 15th the routes are balanced and finalized for communication through Family Access. The goal is to communicate the final routes ten days before school begins.

     

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  • Should I expect big changes in my bus pick-up or drop off times from year-to-year?

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    In most cases route times will vary by less than five minutes from year to year. Because all 4K and 5K students are picked up and dropped off at the home the location of stops may change slightly on an annual basis.

     

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  • Who should I contact with questions about a stop location?

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    Parents should always contact Riteway at 262-691-9868 first if there is a question about a stop.

     

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  • How far should my student be expected to walk to reach their stop?

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    Due to the closeness of the subdivisions within the district and the number of riders, stops are generally assigned within two blocks of the home. Older students (middle or high school) may be required to walk further distances.

     

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  • How long should I wait for a bus before calling the bus terminal?

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    During the school year the expectation is that the bus will arrive within +/- 4 minutes of the
    published time of arrival. At the start of school year (first two weeks) as route adjustments
    are processed these times may be extended to up to +/- 10 minutes.

     

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  • What if I have two students assigned a different stop location?

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    We rely on a computer system to generate the routes and track their performance. Once the system parameters are established (like 4K & 5K home stops) multiple stops could be generated for children in the same household. If this occurs, contact Riteway and the stops will be adjusted.

     

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  • Can my Middle school or High School student ride home on the late Elementary route?

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    A: Please note that many of our buses are currently transporting near capacity in the afternoons. This means that it is not possible for students to ride a bus that is not normally assigned to them. If there is an EMERGENCY, the following procedures should be followed in order for a student to ride an alternate afternoon bus:

    1. The day prior to the student needing to take a different afternoon bus, the student must bring a note from a parent/guardian to the Office requesting the change in their afternoon bus service.

    2. The Office will contact the bus company (Riteway) to verify that space is available for the student to ride the alternate bus.

    3. After confirmation from Riteway is received, a special bus pass will be issued to the student. When boarding the alternate bus route, the student should present the pass to the bus driver.

     

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