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A severe bus driver shortage made worse by rising COVID-19 cases means that Guilford County Schools (GCS) will have to suspend school bus transportation to 8 high schools starting Monday morning, January 10.

To offset the strain on parents/guardians, GCS has developed a new partnership that will allow high school students to ride city buses for free by showing their student identification badges, also known as “One Cards.”

The change does not affect elementary or middle school students, high school students whose schools are located outside of city boundaries and don’t have access to public transportation, high school students with disabilities who receive special transportation, or magnet school students.
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After identifying additional employees with valid bus driver credentials, Guilford County Schools will offer a limited number of shuttles for high school students affected by yesterday’s announcement. The shuttles will only serve apartment complexes and neighborhoods where GCS data indicates there are large numbers of students who ride district school buses and may lack transportation to school as a result.

The shuttles will be driven by school staff who hold all required qualifications to drive a school bus and who have volunteered to help.

Shuttles are not for the community. They are designed to meet the needs of the specific housing developments listed below and cannot exceed capacity or make additional runs to pick up more students.

Students will scan their One Cards (student identification badges) as usual when they get on the shuttle bus. Students at affected schools (link to list) may also ride city buses for free using their One Cards.
450 North Church Street
Greensboro, NC 27401
P. 336-275-8501