While the 2020-2021 school year is coming to a close, the Liverpool Central School District Transportation Department is hard at work preparing for next school year.
Have you moved? Will you be moving this summer? If so, please contact the LCSD Registration Office (315-622-7193) as soon as possible with your new address and a new proof of residency. Any changes received after July 30 could take up to two weeks to be processed and may not be completed when bus routes are sent to families on August 20.
Bus Routes for 2021-2022
The LCSD Transportation Department will send bus routes to all LCSD families via ParentSquare on August 20 notifying them of their child/children’s bus stops and route numbers.
Letters will be mailed to Liverpool children attending parochial and private schools informing them of their pick-up and drop-off information, as well as letting them know where district transfer sites will be located.
If you have not received your bus route by August 23, call the Transportation Department at 315-453-0287.
LCSD parents and guardians must make a request for student transportation to any childcare provider within district boundaries.
Requests for transportation to a registered daycare provider OR a babysitter within a student’s home school boundaries must be submitted to the LCSD Transportation Department. Download an application here.
Applications for the 2021-2022 school year must be postmarked by Tuesday, July 6, to ensure that transportation will be available when school starts on Thursday, September 9. Applications must be renewed annually. For more information, contact the Transportation Department at 315-453-0287.
Parents and guardians who are requesting student transportation to a registered babysitter outside of their child’s home school boundaries, which will result in a child attending a school other than his or her assigned home school, should contact the Office of Elementary Education at 315-622-7177 for more information.
Drop Off Procedures for Kindergarten, First-Grade Students
The LCSD Transportation Department has adopted a policy to better ensure student safety. Parents/guardians of kindergarten and first-grade students who ride the bus must complete the “Who Can Meet the Bus” form that specifies the individuals who they will entrust to meet the bus and make sure that their kindergartner or first-grader gets home safely. District bus drivers will not allow a kindergarten or first-grade student to be left off at a bus stop without someone there to ensure that they get home safely. Download the “Who Can Meet the Bus” form here.