SUMMER 2022 BUS ROUTES
Families with elementary students (grades K-5) attending summer school must use the online lookup tool for their bus route and bus stop information.
Families with secondary students (grades 6-12) attending summer school must use the following routes:
This year, we will identify buses by a ROUTE NUMBER instead of a BUS NUMBER. Each bus will have appropriate signage to identify the ROUTE.
BUS ROUTE REPORT
Please be aware that our bus routes have newly formatted reports this year. Each stop now has an approximate arrival time. Please have your child at their designated stop 10 minutes before the posted arrival time on the route.
When looking up your bus route information, look for the information at the top labeled “ROUTE”. You’ll see a three or a four-digit number between the school code and AM or PM. That number is your route number and will be displayed on the side of the bus.
Your student’s bus stop may have changed from last year! To review your student’s assigned bus route, you will need their student number and birthdate. Select STUDENT ELIGIBILITY to verify their bus stop location with our BUS STOP LOOKUP TOOL. The bus stop lookup tool will provide the most current information for our bus routes and, as a result, we will no longer publish bus stop lists sorted by school.
Complete directions for using the bus stop lookup tool.
Any changes to bus stops are a result of recent updates to our student transportation regulations. Click here to read our district regulations for transportation.
BUS HEALTH & SAFETY
Beginning October 1, 2020, every school bus in the Chesapeake fleet will be outfitted with stop-arm cameras and other state-of-the-art safety technologies. Bus cameras will be live and violators could receive citations. To learn more about this new safety feature on all of our buses, read our BusPatrol district news story.