Dayton Public Schools Creates North and South Transportation Zones to Replace Quadrant System

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The Dayton Public School District is excited to announce that there will no longer be a four-quadrant transportation system for the 2024-2025 school year. Instead, the District will be utilizing north and south transportation zones, which will greatly expand the number of schools where students are eligible for District transportation.

Under the current system, there are four quadrants. In order to receive yellow bus transportation through DPS, K-8 students must attend a school within their quadrant. The District recognizes that this system has not worked in the best interest of families, and has at times, caused strain on the DPS transportation department.

By eliminating quadrants and implementing north and south transportation zones, students will have more school options, offering greater flexibility to families. The District hopes this change will mitigate any transportation issues families have experienced and will make Dayton Public Schools more attractive to those who have left due to quadrant concerns.

Additional details, including a new map of the north and south transportation zones, will be shared later this Spring.

The District is excited to offer families and students more options and flexibility while still providing safe and reliable transportation for all K-8 students. In addition, the District continues to pursue options associated with transporting high school students and will keep families updated on that progress.

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