1007 West Main Street
Inverness, Florida 34450
(352) 726-1931
Ext. 2370

Marilyn Farmer
Coordinator

Crystal River Compound – 352-795-0057
(Serving:  CRPS, CSES, RCE, CSMS, CRMS, CRHS/HA, and REN/WTI/Academies for CRMS/CRHS zones)

Lecanto Compound –
352-746-2714

(Serving:  CRE, FRE, HOM, LPS, LMS, LHS, CREST, and REN/WTI/Academies for LMS/LHS zones)

Inverness Compound –
352-344-2193

(Serving:  FCE, HES, IPS, PGE, IMS, CHS, WTI Transition Academy and Teen Parents, and REN/WTI/Academies for IMS/CHS zones)



 

Bus Request Forms

Dear Parent/Guardian:

The Bus Registration information link below must be completed for ALL students who ride Citrus County school buses. Additionally, we are asking parents/guardians to review the Bus Safety Rules with their children. Violation of these Rules could result in a loss of bus riding privileges for a student. The safety of all children on each bus can be endangered by ONE student whose actions are distracting to the Bus Driver. Time spent now in reviewing the Rules may prevent a problem at a later date. Students may be videotaped any time while on school buses.

Please choose the form that has your school listed:

Crystal River Request Form
Academy of Environmental Science, Citrus Springs Elementary, Crystal River Primary, Citrus Springs Middle, Crystal River Middle, Crystal River High, Health Academy, Rock Crusher Elementary

Inverness Request Form
Citrus High, Floral City Elementary, Hernando Elementary, Inverness Primary, Inverness Middle, Pleasant Grove Elementary, Withlacoochee Technical Institute

Lecanto Request Form
Art Academy, Central Ridge Elementary, CREST, Forest Ridge Elementary, Lecanto Primary, Homosassa Elementary, Lecanto Middle, Lecanto High, Renaissance Center

IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO SEND THIS ELECTRONICALLY PLEASE COMPLETE THIS BUS REGISTRATION FORM AND RETURN TO THE SCHOOL BUS DRIVER. YOUR SIGNATURE ON THIS FORM SIGNIFIES YOU HAVE READ AND REVIEWED THE RULES WITH YOUR STUDENT(S).

 


Address: 1007 W. Main Street, Inverness, Florida 34450 / Phone: (352) 726-1931

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