Parents Information
Richland County Transportation Available for Students
Richland County Transportation Service has extended hours to help students get to and from school/activities. We can help with getting your child to and from Boys and Girls Club, Extracurricular activities, and much more. 
Special rates are now available for students.
 RCTS runs from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. 
 Call 433 – RIDE (7433) for more information or to make reservations.
Visit us on-line at www.richland.org/transportation 

NO SERVICE CALENDAR
School Bus Information

Home School/Virtual Links will be posted on the COVID page.
Student Pick Up and Drop Off

Students should arrive no earlier than 7:20 am and no student should be on the school grounds after the buses leave at approximately 4:10 p.m. Children left after 4:10 p.m. will not be supervised! For Security reasons a teacher will be posted at the front door from 7:20-7:50 a.m. to allow students into the building.  All students must go directly to the black top and wait for their ride after school. Please pick up your child and leave the parking area promptly. Children crossing the parking lot while buses are arriving pose a serious safety concern. Please do not park in the yellow curb area designated for the buses or the blue handicap spaces. Please do not drive through the loop in front of the building for safety of the bus and handicap designated areas. Students who ride the bus will line up and wait to board the bus after school. Students who are staying for the after school activities such as sports practice or to PTO meetings will be released from the blacktop after buses have left.  Any Student that is dropped off or picked up during school hours, not including scheduled time, will need to be signed in or out at the office. The adult signing the student in or out must stay in the waiting area by the office. A staff member will assist the student to and from the classroom.
 Cless Karren, of KT Inc. in Crane, MT (406-488-63), Transportation Director, will be providing bus service again this school year. If your child will ride the bus, please review bus rules and consequences in the handbook with your child.
School Illness Policy
Students who are ill, feeling ill, diagnosed as ill, or otherwise demonstrating symptoms of illness must not come to school. Please do not send students to school to “try it.” Students who have a fever or are exhibiting other signs of illness will be isolated in a designated area until such time as parents or caregiver may arrive at the school to retrieve the ill student. Students must stay home when sick until at least 24 hours after they no longer have a fever (temperature of 100.4 or higher), signs of a fever (chills, feeling very warm, flushed appearance, or sweating), or vomiting without the use of fever-reducing medicine (e.g. Tylenol). Students may engage in alternative delivery of education services during the period of illness or be permitted to make up work as arranged with the classroom teacher. Parents, guardians, or caregivers of students who are ill, feeling ill, diagnosed as ill, or otherwise demonstrating symptoms of illness must not be present at the school for any reason including but not limited 
events or gatherings or to drop off or pick up students. To avoid exposing others to illness, parents or caregivers who are ill must make arrangements with others to transport students to school or events, if at all practicable. If not practicable, parents, guardians or caregivers must not leave their vehicle during pickup or  drop off