​"Every year, approximately 440,000 public school buses travel more than 4 billion miles and daily transport 24 million children to and from schools and school-related activities.  School buses account for an estimated 10 billion student trips each year.

By all measures, school buses are the safest motor vehicles on the highways."​​

-School Bus Safety Fact Sheet from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration​​​

Streets ​and Buses Listed Alphabetically​

Bus Routes by St​reet

Kindergarten Routes by Street​​

Bus Fee Information

General Bus Guidelines

All pupils must behave appropriately as passengers of a school bus. Clearly understood and well-enforced rules are necessary for the successful management of pupils who ride school buses.

Students who disobey the bus rules will receive a written warning and the warning will be distributed to the parents, administration and driver. The administrator will take appropriate action as indicated on the warning form. On the second offense the student will be suspended from bus privileges for 10 school days if the student is found to be responsible after the administrator's investigation. After a third offense the student will be suspended from bus privileges for 20 school days.​

Bus Number


 Bus Number


 #1Mrs. Judy Bishop #12 Mrs. Tami Locklin
 #3Ms. Sheila Foley​ #13Mrs. Lisa Edney
 #4TBD #14Mr. Joe Cullity​
 #5AM:Mrs. Kathy Botaish  PM:Ms. Beth Narducci #15 Mrs. Jean Cullity
 #6Mr. Bob Walsh #16Mrs. Clare O'Malley
 #7Mrs. Karen Hurley #17
Mr. Mike Devlin​
 #8Mrs. Cindy Stone
 #9Mrs. Debbie Fogg

 #10Mrs. Stephanie Brooks K #3/#9Ms. Sheila Foley​/Mrs. Debbie Fogg
 #11Mr. Paul NewtonK #10 Mrs. Stephanie Brooks

Transportation Guidelines

Bus Safety​​
In the Event of an Accident​

Car Safety​​​

Bicycle Safety​​

Walking Safety​​

Additional Information

MA School Bus Safety Fact Sheet

Student Transportation Safety Activity Book

School Bus Facts from the ASBC and NHTSA

National Safety Council School Bus Safety Tips

School Safety
Young children are NOT small adults!
  • They often act before thinking and may not do what parents or drivers expect.
  • They assume that if they see the driver, the driver sees them.
  • They can't judge speed and they think cars can stop instantly.
  • They are shorter than adults and can't see over cars, bushes, and other objects.

​-United States Department of Transportation

All of our students arrive at our school in one of four modes of transportation.  Whether they arrive by bus, car, bike, or walking, the school system is committed to keeping students safe as they access school property.  Cars are not allowed in the bus circle during drop off and pick up of students. Children who walk are reminded to use the appropriate sidewalks.

Parents can also assist the school in assuring the safe arrival of students by reviewing safety guidelines with all their children, driving slowly on school property, and obeying all the safety guidelines set by the school system.

General Safety​

Child Safety Seat State Inspections

National School Safety Center​​