Transportation

We are dedicated to safely, efficiently and effectively transporting our community’s students and positively impacting both the start and end of each bus rider’s day.

The Monroe School District provides transportation to and from school for K-12 grade students who live more than one mile walking distance from their home school. We utilize over 70 buses to transport student to and from school and extra-curricular/sporting events. Our goal is to provide both a safe and enjoyable school bus ride for all students. Our buses are equipped with GPS units and video systems. These systems aid in locating buses in emergency situations, help with routing efficiency and assist our drivers and schools in supporting positive student behavior on the bus. We encourage students to arrive at their bus stop 5 minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time and ride the bus to AND from their regular bus stop.

Transportation News

School Bus Driver Orientation

Have you ever considered becoming a school bus driver or wondered what it was like to have an impact on the lives of students every day. Come learn about how to become a school bus driver and the benefits that come with this exciting part time job.

The Monroe School District Transportation Department will be holding a school bus driver orientation meeting on Wednesday August 29th @ 5:00 pm. The meeting will be at the transportation department on 1410 West Main Street Monroe. Call ahead to reserve your spot. 360-804-2658.

Ready to Become a School Bus Driver Now?

The Monroe School District is looking for school bus drivers. All training to obtain a CDL is provided free of charge. Applicants must have 5 years of (personal/regular) licensed driving experience and have a clean driving record. Apply online here. If you have questions, please call 360-804-2659.

 

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