Charles County Public Schools
TRANSPORTATION: Moving the Future
An essential element of the education process is the safe and efficient transportation of students as they travel between home and school. The success of this undertaking relies on the collective responsibility and efforts of drivers, students, families, schools, bus contractors, and CCPS Transportation.
Together, we are moving the future of Charles County.
Attention: The School Locator currently displays school eligibility only. (8/28/20)
Bus information will become available when CCPS moves from virtual learning to in-person learning.
Charles County Public Schools opens with virtual instruction on Monday, August 31st, 2020, and we will follow our progressive, five-phase reopening plan to bring students back to our school buildings as soon and as safely as possible. Children begin returning to classrooms in Phase 2, which calls for special populations of students to return to our classrooms first.
Our reopening plan can be found on the ccboe.com website: CCPS Road to Reopening
View the Code of Student Conduct (2020-21) for information about Transportation rules and procedures (see pages 13-15).
Did you know?
More than 23,000 students are safely transported on CCPS Buses each school day.
CCPS Buses make more than 14,637 stops each day and over 2,634,660 stops each school year.
CCPS Buses travel over 36,529 miles each day and over 6,575,243 miles each school year.
To learn more about school transportation, visit our School Bus Safety page.