Bus transportation is provided for students who live 1.5 miles or further from their assigned schools. The school system operates one of the state's largest bus fleets, consisting of 153 buses transporting 13,500 students to and from school, approximately 1 million miles per year. Bus drivers must hold commercial drivers' licenses and pass pre-employment and random drug tests. Buses are inspected each year before school starts by the Georgia State Patrol. The safety of our students is our priority in the Dougherty County School System. Citizens are encouraged to notify the Transportation Department with any concern about school bus transportation.
Students and parents new to the system should call the Transportation Department (431-1265) for their bus schedule.
Riding a bus is considered a privilege and not a right. Students who wish to enjoy this privilege must follow certain rules and regulations in order to help ensure safe and orderly bus transportation. Discipline will be strictly enforced. To ensure bus safety and to help control behavior problems, the Dougherty County Schools Transportation Department uses monitoring video cameras and recorders.
View and track your child's bus routes below:
The MyStop App:
To login, your username is the student's firstname.lastname and the password is the student's household ID from Infinite Campus.
Mary Napier, West Supervisor
Alice Coachman Elementary School
Lake Park Elementary School
Lincoln Elementary Magnet
Live Oak Elementary School
Merry Acres Middle School
Robert Cross Middle Magnet School
Sherwood Acres Elementary
South Georgia Regional Achievement Center
Westover Comprehensive High School
West Town Elementary School
James Cowart, East Supervisor
Albany Middle School
Dougherty Comprehensive High
International Studies Charter
Robert A. Harvey Elementary
Lamar Reese Middle Magnet School of the Arts
Martin Luther King Jr., Elementary School
Monroe Comprehensive High School
Morningside Elementary School
Radium Springs Elementary
Radium Springs Middle Magnet
Turner Elementary School
For more information, contact the DCSS Transportation Department at (229) 431-1265.