Here Comes the Bus is Arriving at Broward County Public Schools
(Spanish and English Interviews, B-roll Provided)
For Broward County Public School (BCPS) parents whose students use the District’s Transportation Services, knowing when their child’s school bus is arriving at the bus stop is about to get easier.
The BCPS Student Transportation and Fleet Services Department is excited to launch Here Comes the Bus on Thursday, September 15, 2022. The free and easy-to-use website and application allow parents and guardians to view the location of their child’s school bus in real-time on a smartphone, tablet or personal computer.
Parents and guardians will use the School District code and student’s last name and ID number to gain access to their student’s bus only. The system is password-protected and available in English, Spanish and French.
Users will be able to sign up to receive notifications that:
Additionally, parents with multiple children can conveniently track each child’s bus information within one account.
For more information and to obtain registration information, visit browardschools.com/HereComesTheBus.
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