Bus-Riding Families:

Road construction projects within the city may have altered your bus route time and/or bus stop location. We encourage ALL bus-riding families to check this year’s route, and to refer back to it often the first two weeks of school in case adjustments need to be made. We especially highlight these two areas:

  • Ashton Lane – Stops are the same, but there are slight time changes.

  • Wolf Road – If you live North of Wolf Road, your bus stop location may have changed, especially for Buses 3 and 6.

Bus routes for the 2022-23 school year are posted HERE.

The Bay Village City School District provides transportation for students as follows:

  • Students in grades K-2 living more than one mile from Normandy Elementary are eligible for bus transportation.

  • Students in grades 3-4 living more than one and one-half miles from Westerly Elementary are eligible for bus transportation.

  • Students in grades 5-8 living more than two miles from Bay Middle School are eligible for bus transportation.

  • Special education students are provided transportation as outlined in their IEP.

  • Students attending vocational instruction are provided transportation as required.

  • Students living in Bay Village and attending private or parochial schools who meet the above requirements are eligible for bus transportation to schools within a bus driving time distance of 30 minutes (unless number of riders or other reasons noted in the Ohio Revised Code lead the Board to deem the route impractical--in which case district will offer payment "in lieu of" transportation).

Our Goal

Our goal is to make your trip to and from school as timely, safe and pleasant as possible. Please help us by reading and carefully following the rules in our Student Transportation Handbook. The Handbook also gives instructions for parents making special requests.


Tom Knick, Transportation Supervisor


440-899-5985 Fax

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