Osceola School District’s Transportation Hotline for parents now open

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — The Osceola County School District has launched another tool to help students and parents through the upcoming school year.


Their Back-To-School Transportation Hotline is now taking calls for parents with any questions, comments, or concerns they may have.

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The district is also offering a way for parents to ask their back-to-school or transportation questions online through the district’s website. Select the “Let’s Talk” tab and the question will be answered with a return e-mail, “in a timely manner.”

The Transportation Hotline and Let’s Talk will both be active throughout the school year.

Parents can reach the hotline by calling (407) 483-3673. It’s open Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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Services are available in both English and Spanish.

Parents and community members are also encouraged to use the hotline to leave messages of praise for the school district.

The Transportation Hotline and Let’s Talk are just the latest accommodations recently announced by Osceola Schools.

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In an effort to improve safety on their school buses, they recently implemented a new ridership program meant to help keep track of students who ride buses to and from school. They’ve also fitted some of those buses with new lights to improve safety in low-light areas.

The first day of the school year is August 10.

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