• Transportation


    The Clay Community Schools Transportation Department currently consists of a fleet of 73 buses. They cover 55 routes each day which consists of 3300 miles. Our buses are inspected by the Indiana State Police annually.

    Our bus drivers must attend a three day school and have a valid CDL license with a passenger endorsement. Each bus driver participates in 12 Hours of Driver Training with four hours riding a bus, four hours driving an empty bus and four hours driving a fully loaded bus. The drivers must also pass a skills test before being allowed to drive a route.

Michael Howard, Director of Extended Services
Cathy Rodgers, Supervisor of Transportation
Lisa Stevenson, Transportation Assistant/Dispatcher
Roger Torbert, Head Mechanic
Mark McIntyre, Mechanic
Howard Hughes, Mechanic
Brian Jorgensen, Mechanic

  • Our bus drivers must attend a three day school and have a valid CDL license with a passenger endorsement. Each bus driver participates in 12 Hours of Driver Training with four hours riding a bus, four hours driving an empty bus and four hours driving a fully loaded bus. The drivers must also pass a skills test before being allowed to drive a route.

  • Below are a list of frequently asked questions and concerns with phone numbers to call:

    • Are there delays? (812-442-7121)
    • Check for a scrolling message on the Clay Community Schools website
    • Garage Concerns - Garry Miller, Head Mechanic (812-448-3905)
    • Contact the Dispatch Office (812-442-7121) for:
      • My child is not going today
      • Road concerns
      • Did my child get on the bus at school?
      • My child didn’t get off the bus
      • My bus is late
    • All Routing Questions (Pre-school, Special Needs and Others)
      • Which bus do my children ride?
      • I just moved, whose bus will my children ride now?
      • Contact the Transportation Office at 812-442-7121
    • Bus Problems: Call the Transportation Department or child's school