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Parents / Guardians of Buckeye Students

To the Families of Buckeye Students

          In preparation for the 2019-2020 school year and the opening of the new building at a different location, we plan to make some changes for the transportation of our Buckeye students and therefore would appreciate information from parents.

          A designated area is available on Third Street for Buckeye students who drive from home to park in Carrollton and then board a bus to continue to Buckeye. We have one bus for this location which will pick up in front of the current High School gym (same as this year) for these students and for students who live in town who can walk to 3rd. Street. These students should be at this designation by 6:50 a.m.

The other bus for Buckeye will depart from the new building with students who ride their bus from home and then transfer to this bus.

There will also be a pick up at the old Dellroy School for students who drive from home to park at Dellroy. These students should be at this location by 7:10 a.m.

The afternoon drop-offs will be at the old Dellroy school at 2:45 p.m. and on Third Street in Carrollton at 3:00 p.m. where students may ride a bus to home, pick up their private vehicle, walk or have a parent pick up. No afternoon drop off will be available at the new building.

In order to have departure from two different locations, we need an estimated number of students at each location so we can make further adjustments if needed.

We have ________________________ listed to attend Buckeye.


Please choose from the following and contact the bus garage by calling 330 -627-4044 e-mail

Drop off at bus garage or return by U.S. Mail

My son or daughter:

______Lives in town & will walk to 3rd. St. _____drives from home will park on 3rd. St  

______drives from  home will  park at  Dellroy       _____drives from  home to Buckeye  

________Rides bus from  home & transfer to the Buckeye bus at the new High School


Thank you for your help & consideration on this matter. You will receive additional information during the summer.

Wayne Baughman

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