Brantley County Schools Transportation Department
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|79 Davis Street|
Nahunta, GA 31553
Office: (912) 462-5159
Fax: (912) 462-8346
6:30AM - 5:00PM
Monday - Friday
|Transportation Director: Vacant||Driver Trainer: Evelyn Hickox|
|Secretary: Dustie McMillan||CDL Examiner: Patricia Smith|
|Route Coordinator: Luke Spicher|
Mechanic: Scott Jones
|Mechanic: Travis Hutcheson||School Bus Inspector: Clinton Bell|
The Transportation Department of the Brantley County Schools is charged with transporting over 3,000 students, safely and efficiently, every day. These buses cover 48 routes, twice daily, driving over 3,200 miles each day.
For late bus information, please call 912-462-5159
Each day, we experience extremely high call volume between the hours of 6:30 am - 8:30 am and between 2:15 pm - 5:00 pm. During these hours, it is extremely difficult to get through to the Transportation Department. If you can't get through, please keep trying!
Back to School 2013-2014
Dear Brantley County Parents:
The goal of "Safely Transporting Brantley County's Future" can only be achieved with the cooperation of bus drivers, parents, and students. It is imperative that you review the STUDENT RULES OF CONDUCT ON BUSES, complete the student form and return this form to your child's bus driver. This information is important for us to keep track of all students riding the bus. Thank you for your cooperation.
According to the Brantley County Board of Education Policy (JCD): "Pupils in transit by bus to and from the Brantley County School shall be under the direction of the bus drivers, principals, and faculty members. Any pupil who refuses to obey the regulations or direction set by school principals and habitually causes trouble on the buses shall find his/her own way to school. The name of such offender shall be reported in writing to the Brantley County Board of Education."
Because the school bus is an extension of the classroom, we are an integral part of the education of all students within our school district. Safety is our highest priority and a group effort. Students, parents, teachers, school administrators, drivers, and monitors are all assigned responsibility. We value each and every student and will emphasize that by treating each student with dignity and respect. We are committed to providing the safest, most consistent, reliable transportation possible and will strive to continually upgrade our service to students and parents to the greatest extent possible. Please call 912-462-5159 for late bus information.
Brantley County Schools