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Transportation Services
 
Joel Caviness
Joel Caviness 
Director of Transportation

Ronnie Branson 
Assistant Director of Transportation
Allison Farrish
Allison Farrish 
Office Support
Cost Clerk
Joy Bordeaux Garner
Joy Garner 
TIMS Data Manager
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Kim Oldham 
EC Transportation










 
 
              Welcome to Chatham County Schools’ Transportation Department

Our goal is to provide safe, reliable, efficient, high quality service when transporting our most valuable asset, the students of Chatham County Schools.  Safety is our number one goal, as we transport more than 4050 students on 92 buses each day.  According to the National Highway Safety Administration, students are nearly eight times safer riding in a school bus than riding in a car.  Riding the yellow bus is the safest mode of transportation to and from school.  Not only is it safe; it is a huge savings for parents who choose the bus ride for their children.  Using the American School Bus Council fuel calculator Chatham County’s total community savings in fuel cost per year by students riding school buses is 303,162 gallons or (303,162 x $3.60) = $1,091,383.  We are here for you and would like to serve each child in Chatham County with the safest and most efficient transportation possible.

Joel Caviness

Director of Transportation
Chatham County Schools
 
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2015 Buster Bynum Education Scholarship
2015 Southeastern States Pupil Transportation Conference (SESPTC)
Buster Bynum Education Scholarship

The Southern States Pupil Transportation Conference (SESPTC), comprised of fourteen member states including North Carolina has announced the 2015 Buster Bynum Education Scholarship. Named in honor of R. A. “Buster” Bynum, retired Director of Virginia Department of Education’s pupil transportation office and former SESPTC treasurer, this one-time $2,500 education scholarship is made available to one deserving public school student in each of the fourteen-member southeastern states. MORE FOR APPLICATION
Bus Driver Appreciation Week (2-9-2015)
The week of February 9th was set aside to honor our Bus Drivers for the incredible job they do each day in transporting the students of Chatham County Schools. Each school was visited and Safe Driver
Certificates and Driver of the Year plaques were presented to our Bus drivers. MORE