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Getting to school and back safely

Bus Drivers

In recent years, Spring ISD has expanded its bus service to provide transportation to all students who live one mile or more from their zoned campus, as measured by the nearest commonly traveled public roadway.

Because safety is so important, we’ve also upgraded our bus fleet and added three-point seat belts for our students. We also recognize that our youngest riders — those in pre-K and kindergarten, need extra supervision, especially at drop off, so parents or designated guardians need to meet the bus. Please visit www.springisd.org/transportation for more information.

We know some students may walk or ride bikes to school. We encourage all parents to talk with their students about using sidewalks when available, crossing the street at designated crosswalks and obeying all traffic laws.

Parents, if you opt to drive your child to school, it’s important for the safety of all students that you comply with each campus’ designated, trafficflow plan. Your principal will make you aware of drop-off and pick-up procedures at the beginning of the school year. Be considerate, drive slowly in school zones, and remember that aggressive driving has no place on or near our campuses. Want to figure out your student’s bus route? Use our Infofinder tool available on our website!