First Day

Darke Ansonia August 26th
  Arcanum-Butler August 31st
  Franklin Monroe TBD
  Greenville August 30th
  St. Mary's August 18th
  Tri-Village August 31st
  Versailles August 30th
Fayette Connersville August 9th
Henry HCS August 4th
Preble Eaton Community  August 18th
  National Trail  August 17th
  Preble Shawnee  August 18th
  Tri-County August 12th
  Twin Valley  August 30th
Randolph   Monroe Central August 11th
  Randolph Central August 11th
  Randolph Eastern August 11th
  Randolph Southern August 10th
  Union School August 4th
Union UCS August 11th


Centerville - Abington August 9th
  Community Christian August 11th
  Northeastern Wayne August 11th
  Richmond Community August 10th - 9th Grade
    August 11th - All students
  Richmond Friends August 11th
  Seton Catholic August 11th
  Western Wayne August 12th



As children throughout Indiana return to school, drivers will notice more school buses on the road.


State law requires motorists to stop when a school bus is picking up or dropping off children. Watch for school buses with their stop arm extended and red lights flashing, which means STOP, not proceed with caution!


This law applies to all roadways except those that are divided by a physical barrier or an unimproved median. On a divided roadway, only vehicles traveling in the same direction as the school bus are required to stop.


Extra awareness is also required in rural areas where distracted or impatient drivers often ignore school buses when children are getting on or off the bus. Disregarding a school bus stop signal is serious, and you can receive a traffic ticket for doing so.


Drivers should also be aware of increased pedestrian traffic, particularly around bus stops and schools. Please remember, if your child was boarding a school bus, you would want motorists to be attentive as they drive.