|The address search and bus route search for Lake County Schools is currently undergoing annual maintenance. New bus routes for the 2014-2015 school year will be posted by the end of the July. Many bus stops will be changing this year due to the change in bell schedules. For immediate response during business hours, call the Transportation Department Call Center at 352-536-8087 or email firstname.lastname@example.org|
SCHOOL ZONE ADDRESS & BUS ROUTE SEARCH
Although the data & maps are based on the latest information available to the Lake County School District, no warranty, guarantee, or representation is made by the Lake County School District as to the absolute correctness or sufficiency of any representation contained in the data or maps. The user is encouraged to check with the Lake County School District to verify that the data being used is the latest, most current available.
Address Verification: The user should always verify with the Lake County Schools Growth Planning Department at 352-253-6690 to ensure accurate information.
Bus Route Information: The user should always verify with the Lake County Schools Transportation Department at 352-536-8070 to ensure accurate information.
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TRANSPORTATION ELIGIBILITY CARD
Student transportation eligibility cards are available for download.
Please fill out the card and return to your child’s bus driver. All eligible bus riders are required to have a completed transportation card.
(FOR STUDENTS LIVING WITHIN TWO MILES TO SCHOOL)
School/Parent completes student information portion and faxes to Transportation (352‐536‐8099)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Who is eligible to receive school bus transportation to and from school?
A: The eligibility of students to receive school transportation services has been defined in Florida Statutes Section 1006.21, to include the following:
• Pre-kindergarten disability programs and kindergarten through grade 12 students whose homes are
more than a reasonable walking distance, from the nearest appropriate school. A reasonable walking
distance for a student is defined by the Florida Department of Education Administrative Code as; “any
distance not more than two (2) miles between the home and the school or one and one half (1-1/2)
miles between the home and the assigned bus stop”.
• Pre-kindergarten through grade 12 students with special needs or disabilities, regardless of the distance
from home to school.
• All students enrolled in a Teenage Parent Program and the registered children of such students.
Elementary age children who live within two miles of their assigned elementary school and who are
subject to hazardous walking conditions as defined in Section 1006.23.