The Snyder ISD Transportation Department strives to provide safe, efficient, and reliable transportation services to the students of Snyder ISD. If you have questions or concerns about transportation services for your child, please contact the Transportation Department at 325-574-8950.
Jerry Ashley, Director of Operations 325-574-8960 X: 4201
Candice Grimes, Transportation Coordinator 325-574-8960 X: 4201
Bus Rider Registration
If your student will ride the bus you must fill out a "Bus Rider Registration" form. The bus rider registration form is available here. You can also pick up a form at the Transportation Department or at your child's school. This form must be received and approved by the transportation department before a student will be assigned to a bus. This usually takes 3-5 business days to process. Once approved, the student's attending campus will be notified of the bus assignment.
Bus routes will be established during the summer break for the start of the next school year. Bus assignment information will be available at your student’s campus on Meet The Teacher Night. Be sure your child understands the bus rules and regulations.
Snyder ISD Transportation is pleased to provide quality educational services for your children. Transportation is available for students who live two or more miles from their assigned school as measured through our routing system. The distance a student lives from their assigned school is determined by measuring the shortest route that may be traveled on public roads as defined in our routing system.
Pick Up Time Criteria
We attempt to arrive at every bus stop on time. Due to variances between individual clocks, students are asked to arrive at the bus stop ten minutes prior to the scheduled arrival time. Buses will load students and depart the stop. Regular buses do not wait for late students. Students are expected to proceed immediately to the buses. Bus drivers are instructed not to stop or open the door for late students once the bus begins to move. SISD strongly discourages students from approaching a moving bus.