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Transportation Department

Did you know?

In terms of geography, Cloverleaf Local School District is one of the largest in Ohio at 119 square miles. It's comprised of five villages and five townships: Chatham Township, Chippewa Lake Village, Gloria Glens Park Village, Guilford Township, Harrisville Township, Lafayette Township, Lodi Village, Seville Village, Westfield Center Village and Westfield Township.

The Transportation Department operates 37 school buses and eight auxiliary vehicles that transport more than 1,700 students on a daily basis. District buses travel more than 650,000 miles per year, averaging almost 20,000 miles per bus.

Cloverleaf Transportation Tips

Our #1 goal each day is to transport all student bus riders safely to and from school. In order to accomplish this goal, we need the cooperation of the students. Good student behavior while entering, riding, and leaving the bus contribute in many ways to safe transportation. Such conduct makes it possible for the driver to give full attention to the roadway and other drivers.

Bus riders need to be waiting 5 minutes at their bus stop before the bus arrives. We have 29 routes and transport nearly 1700 riders daily.  If the bus has to wait on a student, it delays the arrival of the bus at the next stop. While it may only be a minute, if it happens five to ten times, the bus is now five to ten minutes late toward the end of the route. The riders at the end of the route may have to wait outside longer and if the weather is poor, this greatly affects their experience.

In the evening when transporting our students home our drivers watch out especially for preschool thru 2nd grade, making sure someone is there for them.  If we have to wait, this extends the time we get the others home.  So if you have a little one, please make sure you’re out there when we pull up.


 
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