Groesbeck ISD is a tobacco-free district. Groesbeck ISD es un distrito libre de tabaco. [Read more...]
All visitors to the GISD campuses are required to check in at the front desk of the campus. You will need to show identification to receive a name badge. Visitors and Volunteers are required to wear these badges prominently to be easily identified. Persons not wearing a badge will be asked to return to the front office to check in. We thank you for your cooperation regarding student safety.
Welcome to the Transportation Department - Committed to Safety and Service!
Our drivers, bus assistants and office staff are committed to the safety of each of our student bus riders. We do not take this great responsibility lightly as evidenced by our goal of continually improving our excellent safety record and by our standing challenge to each other to protect each student as if your child was our own.
We look forward to a fantastic school year!
Groesbeck ISD Transportation Department
607 S. Ellis
Groesbeck, Texas 76642
In the event of an emergency or school closing information is available by local radio stations, such as WACO 99.9; local TV stations, such as Channel 6, 10 and 25; district website and district messaging system.
Director: Liz Carter
Asst. Director & IPM Coordinator: Michael Milnes
Click the following link to view the Bus Rider Handbook/Regulations
To reduce the amount of paperwork, the district has combined acknowledgement of receipt of several forms, regulations and policies. This packet is given to students at the beginning of the school year and to new enrollees throughout the school year. The Bus Rider Handbook/Regulations is included in the student packet. Click on the link above to view the Bus Rider Handbook/Regulations.
National School Bus Safety Week
The third week in October is National School Bus Safety Week and school officials urge drivers to be cautious when driving near school buses. Be watchful of children loading and unloading a school bus. Also be mindful that if a bus is stopped with red flashing lights, you MUST stop.
National School Bus Safety Week is an active and evolving public education program and an excellent way for parents, students, teachers, motorists, school bus operators, school administrators, and other interested parties - to join forces and address the importance of school bus safety.
The following link gives information and research-based information on bus laws, safety, stop-arm law, and benefits of taking school buses to and from school: http://www.schooltrainingsolutions.com/resources/national-school-bus-safety-week/