Transportation Update August 22nd

As you know, the district’s transportation department has been working diligently to address and correct all issues with bus routes. To correct these problems, the transportation department will have revised bus routes starting this Monday, August 24th. The revised routes will be available on Sunday (8/23/2015).

It is imperative that all bus riders go to the district web site to find their bus routes on SUNDAY. Please visit www.palmbeachschools.org and click on the blue tab located on the right hand side that says Find and Register for Bus. Once there, please click on the tab that says Find My School or Bus Stop. Then enter your address and click search.

Questions or concerns should be directed to the Transportation Hotline at 561-242-6565 Monday through Friday from 6 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm.

Click here for a Find My Bus Stop Tutorial

 

Summer Reading Lists

All Students entering Grades 9-12 are required to participate in the Summer Reading Program.  Click Here to review the Summer Reading assignments for each course by grade level.

Students enrolled in AP World History, AP US History, and AICE US History are required to complete additional summer readings.  Click Here to review the Social Sciences Summer Reading List.

Students enrolled in the Medical Sciences Academy are required to complete one additional summer reading and project.  Click here to review the Medical Sciences Academy Summer Reading List.

 

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