“Although student transportation is the responsibility of the parents or guardians, transportation will be furnished to eligible students from pick-up stations near their homes to and from their schools…
…as prescribed by the General School Law, Michigan Vehicle Code, the State Aid Act, the Michigan Department of Education Rules and Regulations, and Midland Board of Education policies.” – How Midland Schools Work.
The single most important safety rule for our young riders is to sit and face forward in their seats while riding the bus.
The transportation office has published its 2012-13 transportation service schedule. The schedule includes bus stop times.
Shuttle Bus schedule
The transportation office has published its 2012-13 shuttle bus (between-building) transportation service schedule.
Policies and operating procedures
Our transportation policies are described in detail in the Board of Education’s How Midland Schools Work document. For your convenience, we have excerpted the transportation section.
Our bus fleet
The Midland Public Schools bus fleet includes 37 65-passenger buses and 8 orthopedic buses. The district also has nine substitute 65-passenger buses and two substitute orthopedic buses.
Thanks to the 2009 enhancement millage, the district recently purchased nine replacement buses.
If you have questions or comments, please contact our transportation office for assistance. Our office is open from 5:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
410 E Hines St
Midland, MI 48640
Frequently asked transportation questions
Can my child be dropped off at an address other than my home?
Yes, for child care purposes only, parents and guardians can fill out a waiver allowing their child to be dropped off at an address other than their home. For safety reasons, all waivers must be signed at the transportation office located at 410 E Hines St. and photo identification is required.