Transportation

Transportation

Norwalk City School District
Hours: 7:30am – 4:00pm
134 Benedict Ave.
Norwalk, OH 44857
Each day, the Norwalk City School District's bus fleet of 22 buses serves almost 1,300 eligible (see below) public and parochial students in 15 bus routes, traveling 1,081 miles.  Additionally, the Transportation Dept. provides busing for athletic contests and educational field trips.
 

ELIGIBILITY ZONES FOR PUPIL TRANSPORTATION

The NCSD Board of Education provides transportation for resident elementary students in grades kindergarten through eight, who live more than one mile from school, and for all students with physical or mental disabilities that make walking impossible or unsafe. Transportation is provided for high school students who reside two miles from the school. 
 
The administration designates and the Board approves areas of residence from which students are provided transportation to schools. The Board may create exceptions to the established eligibility zones.
 
Resident students attending a joint vocational school are provided with transportation to the program from the high school they are assigned to.
 
The Board authorizes the staff responsible for administering the student transportation program to require student identification as a prerequisite to riding a school bus when this is deemed necessary.
 
[Adoption date: October 8, 1996] [Re-adoption date: August 15, 2006] [Re-adoption date: February 9, 2016] LEGAL REFS.: ORC 3327.01; 3327.011 OAC 3301-51-10
 
CROSS REF.: EEA, Student Transportation Services 

CONTACT US

419-660-1822
Kelly Ross, Director
Tim Scheel, Associate Director
Heidi Heitsche, Secretary 

Bus Rules

Transportation Info

ATTENTION EHOVE STUDENTS

Students riding the bus from NHS to EHOVE need to be loaded on bus #4 by 7:15 am
Students riding the bus from the front of Main St. School need to be loaded on bus #4 by 7:20 am
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