Sandusky City Schools will be Closed the Remainder of the School Year

Sandusky City Schools would like to inform our students and families that Friday, May 29th will be the last student day for the 2019-2020 school year. High School students should reach out to their teachers regarding any previously assigned work that they still need to completed by Thursday, June 4th close of business 3PM.

Over the summer the District will continue to contact families regarding the 2020- 2021 as we continue to receive updates on the impact of the COVID pandemic. If you have additional questions please contact us (419) 626- 6940. Be safe and Stay healthy — Remember we are Blue Streak Strong!

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Bus Stop & School Zone Safety
  • Bus stop and school zone safety is a major safety concern for us. Please have your child at their bus stop 10 minutes early and have them conduct themselves with appropriate school behavior. Inappropriate behavior can result in removal of riding privileges. It is extremely important that an adult be at the stop to meet small children when they are dropped off.
  • Please don’t park in designated school bus zones at your child’s school. These zones are set up to keep our children safe. Illegally parked cars are serious safety concerns for our drivers.
  • In the event your child misses their bus, please don’t chase the bus down and have your child run up to the bus. Their driver isn’t expecting them and you are putting your children at a serious risk. Your child’s safety is our #1 concern.
  • Sandusky City Schools has 25 bus routes. Each route has multiple route segments or schools that they serve. The total segments are 107.
  • The drivers have over 400 years of combined experience or an average of 16 years per driver.
  • Each day our routes travel a distance equivalent to a trip from Sandusky to Miami, Florida.
  • Our busses cross 93 railroad crossings a day in our city alone. Please remind your children the importance on silence at all railroad crossings.
  • Our drivers are trained and certified extensively by our trainers and the Ohio Department of Education. They must re-certify every 6 years.


Mr. Ted Peters, Transportation Supervisor
Fax: 419-626-2987
[email protected]
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