Transportation Guide


Welcome to the 2015-16 school year. Please remember that buses may be delayed during the first few weeks of the school year as students and parents become familiar with their bus stops and routes. We ask for your patience during this period. Thank you.

Patricia Kristoferson, Supervisor
Linda Kaplan, Assistant Supervisor
Transportation Office
(914) 763-7231
[email protected]

While most of us are still asleep your Transportation Department is awake and getting ready to transport our most precious cargo.......Your children!

From 6:00am when the first buses roll out of the yard, to 7:00pm, your Transportation Department transports 4300 students safely twice a day. Over the 58 square miles of our District and to schools outside of our District for our special needs students and our private/parochial school students, as well as the many after school programs and athletic teams. Your Transportation Department uses 95 buses, 100 staff to ensure the safety of your children.  This is no small task in an area as diverse as ours which has the traffic, construction and ever changing weather conditions.

The following is a guide to the District’s Transportation system that will give you an idea on, how we, as a community, can work together for the safety and the efficiency of our District and…       Our children!

Requests for Transportation to a Non-Public School

If you are sending your child to a non-public school in September, 2016 and she/he will need school bus service, NYS Education Law mandates that a written request be filed each year.  The Non-Public School Transportation Form must be completed and returned to the Transportation Office by mail, fax or in person no later than April 1, 2016.  

Click here for the Non-Public School Transportation Form