Bus Information


Having your children here at school every day is extremely important to their education.  We also miss them when they are not here with us!  Click the links below for important information regarding the bus system for the 2017-2018 school year.

**Johns Island bus stops have been added to the link below. Please note that it will be the responsibility of the parent to arrive at the stop with their student(s) in the morning and pick-up in the afternoon. There will be a 10 minute window on both sides of the time of pick-up and drop off. After 10 minutes the parent can check with the bus assigned or transportation office to check on the problem if any.**

Murray-LaSaine Bus Routes

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Bus Rules
Keep hands, feet, and objects to yourself.

Site in your assigned seat and remain seated.

Profane or obscene language, gestures, or loud noises are not permitted.

Damaging seats, windows, or bus equipment is not permitted.

Follow the driver's directions.

Appropriate behavior by students is essential to maintaining safe transportation.Students are expected to comply with the behavior expectations outlined in the CCSD Student Code of Conduct while on all CCSD buses. For specific disciplinary actions, and more information on Bus conduct, see CCSD Student Code of Conduct.

Each student is expected to ride his/her assigned bus every day. Safety requires the cooperation of students, parents/legal guardians and school personnel. CCSD charges students with the responsibility of conduct that shall result in safe transportation, respect for school personnel, and respect for other students. The school bus is an extension of school activity. Therefore, students are to conduct themselves on the bus in a manner consistent with the established standards for safety and classroom behavior.

All bus riders must cooperate fully with the bus driver and observe the bus rules.The principal or her designee may suspend or deny bus transportation to a student whose conduct is detrimental to safety and order on the bus.

Video cameras may be used on school buses to monitor student behavior for transportation to and from school, as well as for field trips, curricular and extracurricular events. These videotapes may be used as evidence in a student disciplinary proceeding. The videotapes are student records subject to school district confidentiality, board policy, and administrative regulations.