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Valley parents urged to start registering their children for school bus service


Sam Morris

A bus driver waits for his passengers at Del Webb Middle School Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012.

Clark County parents may begin registering their children for bus service.

Parents may call the district’s transportation department at 702-799-8111 on weekdays from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on weekends from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. to sign their children up for bus service. In general, children who live more than two miles from their neighborhood school are eligible to ride the school bus.

Parents must have their child’s student identification number and date of birth to register. School District officials strongly encourage parents to register their children as soon as possible to avoid potential delays.

To check your child’s transportation eligibility and to view bus stops and schedules, visit here. Parents may chat with a transportation department official in real time through the website’s “live chat” option.

The School District’s 1,550 school buses transport more than 100,000 students daily, making 19,000 general stops and 9,000 door-to-door stops for special-needs children. Clark County school buses travel nearly 20 million miles a year, which is equivalent to about 84 trips to the moon and back.

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