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  • Families who have moved or whose children will be attending a different school this upcoming school year are asked to contact the new school to update the transportation. 

    Cumberland County Schools will not be sending out the Intent to Ride Survey this year.  Transportation requests must be submitted to the school the child will be attending by July 29, 2024, for Early Colleges and August 14, 2024, for traditional schools, to be included in the initial bus route for the first day of school.  

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  • ***As CCS transitions to the new student information system for the 2024-2025 school year, access to Here Comes the Bus will be available starting August 26.***

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    Our Mission:

    The CCS Transportation Department works along with our schools to provide transportation for approximately 26,000 students to and from their school each day. We maintain and supervise over 466 buses that travel more than 25,000 miles daily. Seventy-three of these buses are dedicated to transporting more than 1,000 Exceptional Students. These students are transported to over 80 of our 85 schools. Our mission is to provide safe, efficient, and orderly transportation for all eligible students in Cumberland County.

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  • Transportation
    1014 Gillespie St.
    Fayetteville, NC 28306
    Fax: 910-678-2359

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    Executive Director
    Kristi Harden

    Earnest Gillespie