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Welcome to Coloma Community Schools Transportation Department!!  
If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact Terry Lampros, Transportation Supervisor, at [email protected] or 269-468-2433.

Parent and Student Bus Rider Responsibilities

Coloma Community Schools bus riders and their parents must abide by the Rules of the Bus

General Route Notes

  • Bus schedules for the school year will be available online the week prior to the first day of school. 
  • All times are estimated and are subject to change.
  • Bus numbers are subject to change.
  • Bus drivers are subject to change.
  • Route times and buses often change during the school year.
  • Students should be at their assigned stop, ready to board the bus 5 minutes before the scheduled stop time.
Bus routes/stops for the 2023-2024 school year are linked below:
What to do when approaching a school bus with lights activated …
The Michigan Compiled Laws (MCL) section 257.682 covers the requirements for drivers to stop for school buses. MCL 257.682(1) clearly states, “The operator of a vehicle overtaking or meeting a school bus that has stopped and is displaying 2 alternately flashing red lights located at the same level shall bring the vehicle to a full stop not less than 20 feet from the school bus and shall not proceed until the school bus resumes motion or the visual signals are no longer actuated.” The school bus drivers use of yellow flashing lights is indicating caution to drivers approaching the school bus, that the school bus is about to turn on the red flashing lights and come to a stop. When drivers see a school bus with the yellow flashing lights activated they should begin slowing, look for children and be prepared to stop when the red flashing lights are activated. Public Act 187 of 1990 allows what is called a “hazard light stop” under limited circumstances. Motorists approaching a school bus that is utilizing this type of stop may pass the bus while it is picking up or discharging students. Motorists should always use care when doing so. In this type of stop, children are not allowed to cross the roadway but motorists should always be prepared for the unexpected and drive accordingly.

Danger Zones and More

DO YOU KNOW…there are areas to stay clear of when getting on and off the bus? Because school buses are so large, there are blind spots around the bus where it can be hard to see small children as they are preparing to board or after exiting a bus. Parents can help bus drivers keep children safe by discussing the danger zones shown in the photo below.

Danger Zone

  • Front Danger Zone:
    It is never safe to walk close to the front of the bus. Children should walk five giant steps ahead of the bus before crossing in front of it.
  • Side Danger Zone:
    Children should always stay three giant steps away from the side of the bus.
  • Rear Danger Zone:
    Never walk behind the school bus.
  • Rear Danger Zone:
    Walk (don’t run) three giant steps away from the bus when exiting the bus.
  • When the bus approaches, step back from the curb at least three giant steps.

(information and artwork on Danger Zones from