FOR SCHOOL BUS ROUTES
Please call the Transportation Department at 858-6200 if you have questions about your student’s bus or bus stop.
EARLY RELEASE DAYS
On early release days all bus routes will run
approximately 75 minutes earlier than on full days.
SELECTED MAGNET SCHOOLS
Darnell-Cookman, Douglas Anderson, YW/YM Leadership Academy@Eugene J Butler, James Weldon Johnson, Kirby Smith, Julia Landon, Lavilla, Paxon, Peterson, A. P. Randolph and Stanton, Joseph Stilwell
In the AM students can ride a bus to their boundary determined neighborhood high school, and then take a “shuttle” bus to their school. Parents can also drop students at the high schools and students can choose to ride the shuttle bus only. Shuttle buses leave from the high schools by 7:15. Refer to the Secondary Shuttle Sheet for the buses going to each school.
Exception: students who live in the Fletcher High attendance area. There are buses (north beach area and south beach area) that pick up students at public locations and go to Fletcher Middle to catch shuttles. From there, students take a shuttle bus to their school.
STUDENTS WHO LIVE IN THE FLETCHER HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREA DO NOT SHUTTLE FROM FLETCHER HS IN THE AM. Parents may drop students at Fletcher MS to ride the shuttle bus only. AM shuttle buses leave Fletcher MS at 7:00 AM.
In the PM the routes are “Express Routes” with limited bus stops at public locations, at or near schools. The one mile to a bus stop policy does not apply. Parents are responsible for getting students to and from the bus stops. Exception: students who live in the far north and beaches areas. Students living on the far north side shuttle to First Coast High School and students who live in the beaches area shuttle to Fletcher High School. There are buses from each location to neighborhood “express stops”.
PECIAL NEEDS PROGRAMS
non-neighborhood elementary and middle programs
Students assigned to Alden Road, Palm Avenue, Mt. Herman, or who ride special needs buses to other schools can call 858-6236 for bus information.
Some students will take a bus AM and PM to a designated school (hub), then shuttle to/from their school of attendance.
WITH NO NEIGHBORHOOD TRANSPORTATION
alternative schools - Grand Park, Mattie V. Rutherford, and James Weldon Johnson ACTC ATOSS
Some schools have no neighborhood busses (other than shuttle buses to and from hubs) because the boundary for that school is within 1.5 miles of the school, and considered a non-transportation zone. No bus routes will be listed for these schools.
Students attending ATOSS at Peterson, Southside Middle, St. Paul, and the Boys and Girls Club can ride a bus to the boundary determined neighborhood high school, and then take a bus (“shuttle”) to their ATOSS site. Parents can also drop students at the high schools and students can choose to ride the shuttle bus only. Shuttle buses leave from the high schools by 7:15. Exceptions: The Bridge transports from Jackson; students walk to St. Paul from Ribault HS; students walk to the Boys and Girls Club from Fletcher HS.