Bulloch County Schools Transportation & Tech. Annex
219 Simons Road
Field Trip Coordinator
Bulloch County Schools' Transportation Department helps ensure more than 5,500 children are transported to and from school safely each weekday from August to May. Our driving force travels more than 1.3 million miles annually to more than 100 bus stops and more than 1500 field trips and athletic events. These roving ambassadors are the first and last face that many of our students see each day, and our school buses are an extension of our classrooms. For this reason our bus drivers, bus monitors, bus mechanics, and all of our Transportation Department support staff play a key role in ensuring that we provide the safest learning environment possible.
Bus Routes & Bus Stops
We assign our bus routes with a software program which calculates the nearest practical routes. Bus stops are designated by the Transportation Department and are placed at specific locations based on the distance to the next stop and safety of the location. Find your bus number and bus stop online. (Mobile Version)
Bus drivers may not change the location of a bus stop. Any changes to the location of a bus stop or requests for a bus stop to be added must be made by the Transportation Department Director.
Bus service for students with special needs is provided according to a child's individual education plan. No out-of-zone transportation requests for School Choice Privilege applications are granted for any reason.
Jobs in School Transportation
Bulloch County Schools' Transportation Department employees nearly 150 bus drivers, bus monitors, bus mechanics, clerical support staff, and administrators to safely manage pupil transportation services for our students. This department regularly provides free bus driver training to prepare its new and existing staff. If you are interested in joining our driving force, visit our transportation jobs web page.