Transportation information

  • Students exiting bus

    Community Consolidated School District 89 provides busing for regular-education students through Illinois Central School Bus. To qualify for regular-education busing, a student must live more than 1-1/2 miles from the school or have to cross a state-approved hazardous crossing.

    For more information about special education busing, please contact the Student Services/Special Education Department

    Please read the CCSD 89 policy on Bus Conduct (Policy 500.220) 


    Administrative transfer policy

    Some Community Consolidated School District 89 students may be bused to a school outside their neighborhood to better match enrollment with school populations.

    Students living in a given school attendance area will normally be assigned to that school; however, within the administrative guidelines, the Superintendent and Board reserve the right to transfer students to schools other than the one to which a child would normally be assigned. The assignment of schools outside of those normally used in determining a student’s school are detailed in Board Policy 500:30-R.

    To learn more about the Administrative Transfer Policy 500-30R, go here


    School bus safety

    This Illinois State Board of Education pamphlet shares information that motorists should know to be safe around school buses. 

    Additionally, there are several Board of Education policies related to bus safety (including, but not limited to: 500:190 Student Behavior. Some of these policies are summarized the Student/Parent Handbook. All parents are encouraged to review these policies. 


    If you have questions or concerns about regular education transportation, please contact your school principal. You can reach Illinois Central at (630) 260-7645.