Bus Routes via eLink
The Board of Education approves bus routes at the beginning of each school year. Routes are subject to minor changes until then so check e-Link periodically. Click here to view bus routes.
The bus ride to and from school is considered an extension of the school day. During this time students are under the supervision of the district’s bus drivers in addition to school administration. Because every bus driver’s primary responsibility is the safe transport of students, the district has installed video cameras to assist the driver in monitor student behavior and safety. Click here to read more.
Bus Stop Criteria
The Francis Howell School District has established certain bus stop criteria. Click here to read more.
Safety Bee says..."Bee Safe...Bee Seen!” This section provides valuable tips to teach your children on how to be safe while waiting on the school bus. Click here to read more.
Child Abduction Safety
The best protection for a child at a school bus stop is a vigilant parent. In today's world of dual working parent families, a parent waiting at the bus stop with a child is not always possible. Each year in the United States, between 1.3 and 1.8 million children are reported missing. These children may be kidnapped, lost, or runaways. Some children are taken by a non-custodial parent. Still others disappear with few clues as to the reason. Click here to read more.