Jackson R-2 School District

Transportation

District Transportation

***For information regarding AM and PM bus times, location of bus stops, and bus number, as well as attendance areas for elementary schools, click the button below titled "bus information***

Please note, All 5th-12th grade students will ride a secondary school shuttle to and from their home elementary school.

 Those students 5th-12th grade will ride a designated shuttle bus listed below from their secondary school to their neighborhood elementary school.  Once they arrive at their neighborhood elementary school, they will then board a bus that will match the address entered in the attendance area guide found in the “bus information” button below.  

 To & From East Elem--High School (#31, #15, #22) Junior High (#6, #3, #32)  Middle School (#23, #51)

 To & From South Elem--High School (#27, #9 for South Buses & #25, #49 for Gordonville Buses)   Junior High (#17, #55 for South Buses & #1, #60 for Gordonville Buses)  Middle School (#66, #44 for South Buses & #35, #20 for Gordonville Buses)

 To & From North Elem--High School (#5, #11, #61) Junior High (#19, #40, #67) Middle School (#12, #47)

 To & From Orchard Elem--High School (#4, #41, #42, #59) Junior High (#2, #29, #30)         Middle School (#53, #38, #58)

 To & From West Lane Elem--High School (#16, #18 for West Lane Buses & #71, #48 for Millersville Buses)  Junior High (#26 for West Lane Buses & #45, #57 for Millersville Buses) Middle School (#54 for West Lane Buses & #10, #14 for Millersville Buses)

bus information

The Jackson R-2 Transportation Department travels 3,822 miles and transports over 3,000 students per day. We make over 1,800 bus stops per day and have over 785 combined years of service. Mechanics work hard each day making sure all buses are safe. The Transportation Department has received 20 years of excellent fleet awards. Nine of these awards were 100%, the others were in the 98% range.

School Bus Stops

What is the most dangerous part of the school bus ride? The bus stop!

Children are at greatest risk when they are getting on or off the school bus. Most of the children killed in bus-related crashes are pedestrians, five to seven years old, who are getting on or off the bus. They are hit by the school bus or by motorists illegally passing a stopped bus.

In neighborhoods, near schools, and at bus stops, drivers need to take special care because children do not behave like adults.

Elementary School Children

  • Become easily distracted and may start across the street without warning
  • Don't understand the danger of moving vehicles
  • Can't judge vehicle speed or distance
  • May be blocked from view by the bus

Most importantly, children expect vehicles to stop for them at the school bus stop.

Standard school bus stop laws:

  • Motorists coming to a school bus must stop when the bus displays flashing red warning lights and extends the stop signal arm. These signals show that children are getting on or off the school bus.
  • Vehicles may not pass until the flashing red lights and signals are turned off.
  • Drivers traveling in the same direction as the bus are always required to stop.
  • Drivers moving in the opposite direction on a divided roadway are not required to stop.
  • Never pass on the right side of the bus, where children enter or exit. This is illegal and can have tragic results.

PLEASE WATCH FOR OUR STUDENTS AND BUSES!

If you have any questions, please contact:  Carol Woods, Transportation Director at (573)-243-9507.