Transportation

The Guilderland Central School District runs an average of 90 buses each day—traveling more than 1.4 million miles a year (that’s to California and back every school day) to 75 different schools! Approximately 5,000 public school students, 400 private and parochial students and 120 special needs students ride Guilderland buses daily.

School closings, delays and early dismissals

School closings, delayed openings and early dismissals resulting from weather conditions or other situations will be posted as a news item on the homepage. Additionally, individuals may access school closing information via School News Notifier and various media outlets. Parents will also be notified of school closing and delays via the One Call Now telephone alert system. Please do not call the bus garage for information about school closings, since this ties up phone lines and can prevent receipt of important calls. Visit our closings and delays page for more info.

2017-18 late bus runs

Late buses will only run on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays at all school buildings. For more information, please contact the Transportation Office, Monday through Friday, between the hours of 6:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.

Become a school bus driver

Are you looking for a fun and exciting part-time or full-time position? Becoming a school bus driver may be the career for you! Training is provided and there’s great potential to move into a permanent part-time position with benefits. Incentive program in place when qualified.  Visit our employment page for more info.

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