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Bus Registration for 2017-2018 School Year

2017-04-28

 Bus Registration form 2017-2018.pdf

Dear Parent or Guardian,





Registration for the John Carroll High School bus service for the 2017 – 2018 school year is now taking place. The bus service serves students (K – 12) from John Carroll High School and St. Anastasia School. Depending on interest, the bus service covers the geographical area from Indian River, St. Lucie, and Martin Counties. It is intended to serve as a shuttle service with a limited number of seats and stops. Every year the bus route will change to adapt to those students who have registered for bus service. Riders are registered on first come, first serve basis. The bus service cannot guarantee it will meet the demands of all students.





The cost for the bus service for the 2017 - 2018 school year is $2,000 round-trip or $1,700 one way. This amount includes a $200/$170 registration charge of which $100 is non-refundable. You may pay in 10 monthly installments, beginning in August and going through May. Your first payment will be $200/$170, which should include your Registration Form. After that, the monthly fee is $200/$170. To make your payments you will need to contact Mrs. Carter at KCarter@JohnCarrollHigh.com.





All outstanding balances owed to the bus service must be paid prior to registration for the new school year. Registrations will be processed only when accompanied by the correct amount due. All refunds must be requested by the first two weeks of school.





Please return your registration form (attached) as early as possible. You may contact Mrs. Belle Young via email (BYoung@JohnCarrollHigh.com) or phone (772-332-5177) for bus stops and times. Bus stops will be established in the near future. Riders registering late are not guaranteed a bus stop or a seat.





It is the responsibility of the parents to maintain their bus account. If payment is not made for two consecutive months, the bus riders will be suspended until all past payments are paid.





Sincerely,





Ben C. Hopper


Principal


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