Littleton Public Schools Transportation is proud to be part of the largest and safest form of mass transit in the United States. Over half of the 50 million students who attend school in the United States get to and from school in one of almost half a million yellow school buses. According to the American School Bus Council, "Students are about 70 times more likely to get to school safely if they take the school bus instead of traveling by car."
The district operates over 84 buses to transport approximately 7,500 students and traveling more than 4,000 miles each day. District buses transport students to and from school, extra-curricular events and sporting events, including after hours and on weekends.
School of Choice Enrollment - Space Available Application Process
There are a limited number of seats available on existing buses/routes for open-enrolled students. There is NO GUARANTEE that an open-enrolled student will be approved for a seat assignment. LPS Transportation uses a "Space Available" application process to fill those existing open seats on a first come, first served basis. Should assigned ridership increase during the school year, "space available" rider parents will be given notice of the change and will be given five school days to find an alternative way to get to school.
"Space Available" applications can be submitted for the 2019–2020 school year beginning on July 1, 2019. "Space available" seat assignments may be made prior to the start of the school year, but typically, most assignments will happen after the actual ridership counts have been collected over the first three to four weeks of school. To apply for an available seat, you must complete a "Space Available" application form (submit online or print it and return it to Transportation Services). Applications will be processed on a first-received basis.
(call for: Where's My Bus?, Child Not Riding (SPED))