Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) looks to expand sustainability efforts with electric buses.
Since 1993, LCPS has saved taxpayers over $90 million by changing the behavior of students and staff as well as by utilizing green building, energy management and maintenance practices.
Did you know Kindergarten student bus dismissal is very different than grades 1-12? Take a minute to watch this short video that explains how Kindergarten students will be released from the bus at afternoon drop off going home. PLEASE NOTE: Parents, guardians or authorized persons picking up a student from the school MUST have a photo ID before the school will release the student. Watch the Video.
ParentVUE and StudentVUE provide valuable resources. For FAQs, QRGs and Get Started Videos, CLICK HERE. (Parents setting up an account for the first time will need to contact their child's school to obtain an activation key letter).
The Division of Transportation provides safe, efficient, and effective transportation for all eligible LCPS students.
Well trained support personnel consisting of bus drivers and attendants utilize a fleet of approximately 800 school buses that travel 8.1 million miles a year. In addition to home to school bus services, transportation services are provided for field and athletic trips, special needs students, alternative education programs, and other such services needed by LCPS students. Traffic and pedestrian safety responsibilities for the school district are included in this division.