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Transportation

Transportation

At WPS we strive for excellence in transportation services to you, our customers.

It is the mutual responsibility of the parent/guardian and school district personnel to make a reasonable effort to understand and cooperate with each other regarding safe and orderly pupil transportation.

School bus transportation is provided only for eligible students and shall be considered a PRIVILEGE to be enjoyed only as long as the students accept responsibility for their own personal conduct and carefully follow all rules and regulations.
Thank you for your support and cooperation.

The Schools Bus and You

For twenty three million students nationwide, the school day begins and ends with a trip on a school bus. The greatest risk is not riding the bus, but approaching or leaving the bus. Before children go back to school or start school for the first time, it is essential that adults and children know traffic safety rules.

Bus Schedules 2018-2019 School Year

Please review these important safety procedures with all of your children. Parents who escort their children to and from the bus must set the example for their children and also adhere to these important safety procedures when crossing. Everyone needs to know that not all cars stop as required by state law, even when the red lights are flashing on school buses.

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Wyoming Public Schools

Students from Miss Palomino's Current Events classes volunteered at Kids' Food Basket today. They started in the KFB garden and got to harvest cherry tomatoes, tomatillos, and green beans, then went back to KFB and bagged beef jerky to be put in tonight's sack suppers.

Students learned that KFB feeds 6,000 kids every day. They loved volunteering. It’s good to be exhausted from helping others! #BetterTogetherWPS #WyomingWolvesStudents from Miss Palomino's Current Events classes volunteered at Kids' Food Basket today. They started in the KFB garden and got to harvest cherry tomatoes,
tomatillos, and green beans, then went back to KFB and bagged beef jerky to be put in tonight's sack suppers.

Students learned that KFB feeds 6,000 kids every day. They loved volunteering. It’s good to be exhausted from helping others. #bettertogetherwps #wyomingwolves
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