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The Sherburne - Earlville Central School District currently operates 32 daily routes covering 160 square miles encompassing 10 towns, 2 counties and bordering 5 other districts. The fleet travels approximately 500,000 miles per year. In 2004 we added a third bus to each of our late run schedules to ensure that students would arrive home in a timely manner from after school activities. We also transport students to various BOCES programs in and around the county.
The District employs a transportation staff of 47, including 29 Bus drivers, 3 Mechanics, 2 Chauffeurs, 1 Driver/custodian, 7 Bus attendants and 5 Substitute drivers. Drivers and busstop.jpgattendants are required to complete a physical and physical performance test annually. Within the first year of employment, drivers must complete a mandatory 30-hour course, and attendants must complete a 20-hour course. In addition, Drivers and attendants must complete 4 hours of mandatory in-service training every year, 2 hours prior to the opening of the school year in September and 2 hours in January. Drivers are evaluated annually for driving techniques, student management, and safe loading and unloading. The District completes 3 mandatory bus evacuation drills during the school year (the first week of school, between November 1st and December 31st, and before April 30th).
During the 2005-2006 school year, the District replaced the entire fleet with 25 new 2007 International CE 65-passenger conventional buses, 4 new International BE 200 28-passenger buses. All buses are equipped with state-of-the-art two-camera digital video systems.
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