are bused in all grades except those students in grades 7-12
who live less than 0.9 mi. from Hilton High School or 0.6
mi. from Merton Williams Middle School within the village of
Hilton. All designated walkers have sidewalks available.
Application requests for transportation of non-handicapped
students to private/parochial schools must be made by April
1 of each year.
Genine Coleman, Bus Driver, right, was named
"Sports Mom of the Week" by the
Democrat and Chronicle for her dedication to her
children's sports activities! Go Genine!
Policy on Walking to Assigned Bus Stops
All students are required to walk to and from bus stops.
Secondary students are required to walk up to 800 feet to-and-from bus stops and elementary students are required to
walk up to 100 feet.
If you witness or observe any
behavior or individuals of concern or suspicion, you should
report by calling the
State's toll free hotline at
Head Bus Driver Paula Schroth, left, was named SRP Pro
of the Year for 2011-12. -
read more -
Emergency School Closing Procedure
Transportation Request Form Applications must be filed each
year before July 1 for transportation to childcare locations
other than the home. Transportation of private and parochial
school students outside the District is provided up to a
maximum of 15 miles; applications need to be filed with
Hilton CSD Transportation Office by April 1. Transportation for handicapped
students is provided a maximum of 50 miles from the
Letter from Transportation Director on bus stop
585-392-1000 ext. 7400
-- Director of Transportation
585-392-1000 ext. 7402
-- Administrative Assistant
OPERATION SAFE STOP
THE LAW SAYS . . . . DO NOT PASS
A STOPPED SCHOOL BUS
It is illegal - and very
dangerous - to pass a stopped school bus when the
large red lights located on top of the bus are flashing.
Flashing lights mean the bus is picking up or
You must stop whether you
are approaching the school bus from the front or
overtaking it from the rear.
You must always stop for
flashing red lights, even on divided and multilane
highways and on school grounds.
The first-time fine for
illegally passing a school bus is a $250 fine, 5 points
on your license, and/or possibly 30 days in jail.
Worse yet, the memory of
hitting or killing a child may be one you carry for the
rest of your life!
FOR PASSING A STOPPED SCHOOL BUS:
$$ -- FINES -- $$
Up to 30 days
(within 3 years)
Up to 180 days
Subsequent Convictions (within 3 years)
Up to 180 days