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Warwick district posts transportation announcement
Notice to all non-public students and Career & Technology students, as well as those students living in the districts who attend Lancaster Catholic High School, Lancaster Mennonite High School, Lancaster County Christian School (Lampeter campus), Locust Grove Mennonite School, Our Mother of Perpetual Help School, Lancaster County Christian School (Leola Campus), Veritas Academy, St. Anne School, Manheim Christian Day School, Linden Hall, Montessori Academy of Lancaster, New School of Lancaster and Sacred Heart:
Students at non-public schools in the area begin their school year a bit earlier than Warwick’s Sept. 3 start date. Transportation will be provided from Warwick High School to the schools listed above, with Lancaster Mennonite beginning on Aug. 19.
However, since the Warwick School District buses will not be running until Sept. 3, students will need to be transported to Warwick High School to board their respective buses. In the afternoon, non-public students will be transported to a stop located near their home location.
Beginning Wednesday, Sept. 3, non-public students have the option of being transported to Warwick High School on a Warwick secondary bus transporting public school students living in your area. Students who walk or are driven to the high school should arrive prior to 7:15 a.m. in order for non-public buses to depart at 7:20 a.m.
Career & Technology Center students
Transportation will be provided from Warwick High School to Willow Street, Mt. Joy and Brownstown Career and Technology Centers beginning Aug. 25.
However, since the Warwick School District buses will not be running until Sept. 3, students will need to be transported to/from the high school to board the bus to the Career & Technology Centers. The bus for Willow Street and Mt. Joy leaves Warwick High School promptly at 7:30 a.m., and the bus to Brownstown leaves the Warwick High School promptly at 7:42 a.m.
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