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Litchfield Middle School

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Bus Routes 2022-2023
  • Please click on the link provided for the 2022-2023 bus routes.  Please note that middle school and high school bus routes have been combined.
School Bus Rules 
  • You should stand away from the road while you are waiting to be picked up by the bus.
  • Expectations for bus behaviors are the same as in school behavior and will be handled in the same manner.
  • You must board the bus in an orderly fashion, go directly to a seat and remain seated until you reach your destination. You should also leave the bus in orderly manner. In some instances, the bus driver may assign you a seat.
  • You should never litter or damage any part of the bus.
  • Always keep your hands, arms, and head inside the bus.
  • Eating, shouting, profanity and roughhousing are not allowed on school buses.
  • If you misbehave on the bus, the driver will fill out a slip, which is then given to the principal andparents will be notified. In most instances, the accumulation of two slips will result in the parents being notified and an office detention. A third slip will result in a suspension of bus riding privileges.
  • The use of auditory and visual equipment may be used on the bus to monitor student behavior.
    School Bus Routes 2021-22
  • You may ride your bicycle to school from the first day of school until Thanksgiving break. You may also ride your bicycle from the Monday after spring vacation until the end of the school year. The principal may adjust these dates depending on weather conditions. 
  • Motorbikes, dirt bikes, and ATVs are not allowed at any time. 
  • All bicycles are to be parked in the bike racks and you should have a lock to secure it. The school is not responsible for your bicycle or equipment.
  • You must have a signed, written permission note by a parent on file in the office. 
  • Bicycles are not allowed in the parking area on school days between 7:15 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • If you do not handle your bicycle in a safe and responsible manner, you will not be allowed to ride it to school.
  • All bicyclists are expected to wear a protective helmet.
  • You must have written permission filed with the office to be allowed to ride a bicycle.
Walking To School
  • Use sidewalks whenever possible when you walk to school. If you must walk in the road, be sure to stay over to the side, facing traffic. Do not walk through the school parking lot.
  • You must have written permission filed with the office to be allowed to walk.

The Litchfield School District will consider requests for alternative transportation to and from school other than the student's residence.  The requests will only be considered if the alternative address falls within the same attendance boundaries as your child's school.  Alternative Transportation requests will only be considered on a FIVE day per week basis, morning and afternoon routes.