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Routes and Eligibility

The Texas Educational Agency defines the parameters of bus eligibility. In general, a student K-12 must live 2 or more miles from their assigned school to be eligible for regular education school bus transportation to and from school. The 2-mile measurement is measured from the driveway to the school flag pole using the shortest route that may be traveled on publicly maintained (not private) roads. 

The Texas Administrative Code defines a hazardous zone as an area within two miles of a campus where no walkway is provided and children must walk along or across a freeway or expressway, an underpass, an overpass or a bridge, an uncontrolled major traffic artery, an industrial or commercial area, or another comparable condition. See Hazardous Zone Maps posted below. 

Regular transportation is not available for pre-K Students or students who transfer to a school other than their assigned school.

All Sanger ISD bus riders must register with the Transportation Department every school year.

Each of our bus stops are designed after a careful study of many aspects including demographics, walking distances to stops and ridership in your area. The overall safety of the stop placement is the most important factor considered.


First page of the PDF file: BESHazard
First page of the PDF file: CCIHazard
First page of the PDF file: SMSHazard
First page of the PDF file: CTEHazard
First page of the PDF file: SGCHazard
First page of the PDF file: SHSHazard