Alert: McCreary County School District bus #1907 was involved in an accident on Hwy 90 at approximately 3:45 pm. Emergency personnel report that ALL students and the driver are safe and unharmed. Preliminary information obtained from law enforcement indicates a vehicle side-swiped bus #1907 causing minor damage to the bus mirror. Consequently, the bus entered the ditch on the roadway. McCreary County Sheriff’s Department, McCreary County School District SROs and the McCreary County Ambulance Department responded and currently on the scene. Again, we are happy to report that ALL students and the driver are safe and unharmed. Respectfully, Michael M. Cash Superintendent, McCreary County School District
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Transportation FAQ's

1.  What are the steps in becoming a school bus driver?

(click on the question to see detailed answer)

 

You must be at least 21 years of age.
You must pass a criminal records and driving history check.
You must have a valid Kentucky driver's license.
You must submit to a pre-employment controlled substance test.
     Refusal to submit to the required test automatically disqualifies
     the applicant for further consideration.

You must have a high school diploma, GED, or actively working toward it.
You must pass a CDL physical and TB skin test.
Each driver must successfully complete the Kentucky School Bus Driver
Training Curriculum and be trained to drive a Kentucky school bus by the
local state certified driver training instructor.

 

 

2.  Where do I go to get started?

Go to the office at the bus garage.