Important Information

 In-town busing will begin on Monday, December 5, 2022. 
Reminder ~ It is MANDATORY that kindergarten students have an adult present for pick up and drop off.
• Stops and times are subject to change based on ridership.
• Bus numbers could be changing depending on the timing of the routes.


Bus 19: Pick up at Utica Church of Christ at 8:50 a.m.
Bus 5:  Pick up at American Legion at 8:50 a.m.

Bus 26: Pick up at Crestview and Anderson at 8:50 a.m.
    Bus 15: Pick up at Miller Park at 8:50 a.m.


Bus 19: Drop off at Utica Church of Christ at 3:40 p.m.
Bus 5: Drop off at American Legion at 3:40 p.m.

Bus 26: Drop off at Crestview and Anderson at 3:40 p.m.
Bus 15: Drop off at Miller Park at 3:40 p.m.
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WELCOME to the 2022-2023 school year. Our transportation department has been hard at work preparing for the new year! 
The NEW APP for transportation that we are using this year is the "Waypoint Parents App" Please be sure the telephone number you are using matches your contact number on file at the school your child attends!
  • In the App Store on your phone, search for "Waypoint Parents App" 
  • Open the app and enter your telephone number. Start by adding a +1 which is the country code and then add your number. It should look like this: +1 123-456-7891 


Your Driver…

…is a trained professional who is dedicated to providing safe pupil transportation. Driving a school bus is a demanding job. The challenges presented by maneuvering a 30,000 pound vehicle on narrow country roads in all kinds of weather while, at the same time, effectively supervising 50-60 “active” students requires a patient, highly skilled person behind the wheel who is willing to assume a tremendous amount of responsibility for the precious cargo they transport.

Driver applicants are thoroughly evaluated before hire. After a successful interview, they must complete a medical examination, criminal background checks, drug screening and a driving record check. Initial training consists of 15 hours of classroom instruction followed by 20-30 hours of on-the-road training with a certified On Board Instructor (OBI). State evaluators administer the test for the Commercial Driver’s License. Once licensed and certified, drivers are required to complete annual in-service training, an annual physical, have their driving record reviewed quarterly and are subject to random drug testing, as per federal law. Every six years, a driver must complete certification renewal training by attending nine hours of classroom instruction and accomplishing a driving evaluation.

Remember…safely transporting your kids is serious business. Our drivers are trained and equipped to get the job done right…every day!

Transportation Downloads


Mike Maxwell, Transportation Supervisor
Phone:  740-892-2006
North Fork Bus Garage 740-892-2871
Richard Briones, Mechanic
Charles "Robbie" Klick, Mechanic 

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