Special needs children when required by the ARD as a related service. These children may ride a regular bus or if required, a bus with an attendant.
Children who reside one or more miles from their school of assignment.
Children who reside in a hazardous area due to local traffic or street conditions that may put them at risk of injury if they were to walk to school. Examples are four-lane streets or major traffic arteries (not residential with no traffic controls, or no crossing guards in the case of elementary students; railroad tracks, etc.).
Students in the Bilingual Programs who live one or more miles from their school of assignment.
Parents of eligible students (one or more miles from school) may choose to have their child picked up or dropped off at a licensed childcare facility as long as the facility location is within the boundary of your neighborhood school.