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District Effectiveness Report Facilities Planning and Construction- Transportation Department March 17, 2014.

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1 District Effectiveness Report Facilities Planning and Construction- Transportation Department March 17, 2014

2 General Function Mission Statement The Northwest ISD Transportation Department, operated by Durham School Services, dedicates all their efforts to providing a safe and comfortable environment for students who are eligible and choose to take advantage of school bus service to and from school.

3 Structure/Support Dennis McCreary- NISD liaison Charlotte Shanks- Durham School Services NISD General Manager

4 Durham School Services owns the buses  Maximum age- 12 years  Average Age- 6 years  Spare bus ratio- 25%  Maintains 153 buses  Operates 105 routes  All buses equipped with radios, cameras, and child check devises.  All buses contain 3 cameras, that views the front, back and entrance of bus, including drivers  All buses are air conditioned Structure/Support

5 Durham School Services employee responsibility  Hiring  Supervision  Drivers license check  Criminal history check Northwest ISD responsibility  Discipline  Finger print checks  Purchase of fuel Structure/Support

6 Students Served Northwest ISD offers student transportation services for all students who live outside of the 2 mile limit within the District.  62% of the students within the District take advantage of daily transportation services 60% elementary 65% middle school 51% high school

7 Effectiveness Parent Survey  “Satisfied with School Transportation Services”- Strongly Agree and Agree- 85% All schools except 1 which lost less than 50% of the transportation service in 2011 gave the same rating or improved the rating as the survey.  The survey rated 91% Strongly Agree and Agree The survey was taken when all students were eligible for transportation services

8 Effectiveness Traveled over 1,800,000 miles during the school year  $ per day, per bus, flat rate, for Regular Education-no mileage charge  $ per day, per bus, flat rate for Special Needs Education-no mileage charge  Complimentary services District tours High School car assembly NEF Prize Patrol  Safety Record “B” Durham Safety Score Rating Semi-Annual DPS Inspections- 97% score Three Accidents Resulting From Driver Fault

9 Effectiveness Budget Reduction Efforts  Two Mile Eligibility Requirement Hazardous Routes  Triple Staggered Starting Times Elementary School- 7:45-2:45 High School- 8:35-3:45 Middle School- 9:20-4:30  Fuel Cost Increase 305,000 gallons of Diesel in Diesel Cost- $3.14

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