Transportation ServicesBus Rules
School districts have broad authority to control student conduct and adopt all rules reasonably necessary to maintain proper discipline among their students.Behaviors not covered will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis by the Manager of Transportation and will fall within the guidelines of each school’s student handbook.
Check to see if which school your address falls under in the school district map. Information contained on the following link is believed and intended to be accurate. However, for official determination of school boundaries, please check with your school.
On the right is an area titled "Layers." Be sure to check the box under the cultural subheading called "School Districts". At the top left, you may search by your physical address. To do so, choose the "Address" option under the "Search for" heading.
The Transportation Program in Warrick County will always be in a constant state of change due to factors beyond the control of the local school district, such as: Department of Education requirements, changes in State and Federal Laws, Department guideline changes, Commercial Motor Vehicle License requirements, Drug & Alcohol Testing requirements, etc. Therefore, the Warrick County School Corporation Board of Trustees expects the Transportation Plan to be a living document that will change as required to meet the needs of our patrons.
Warrick County is very unique for school bus transportation. We have everything from extremely rural population to metropolitan. With more than 388 square miles to cover and three separate high schools, we are one of the largest transportation systems, by area, in the State. Each school feeder system operates separate from the other, with only seven exceptions which are:
Updated as of March 2010, the road directory lists the elementary school your child will attend given your road name or subdivision. Bus numbers are also listed, both for elementary and high school students.