Ensuring that your child arrives at school and returns home safely is a top priority of the school district. CSAT encourages families to inform the Transportation Office, located in the Family Support Center, immediately of any bussing changes as it takes up to a week to process. Same day changes are not possible.How do I change my child's bussing route?Easy! The Family Support Center has all the required forms needed to update your child's change in route. Please make sure to bring proof of residency (utility bill, rental agreement, etc.) if you have changed addresses. Changes to your child's transportation cannot be made without it!What if my child takes the NFTA metro bus?All concerns regarding the metro bus are handled in the High School Main Office. Contact Eileen Whitehead with questions or concerns: 871-7400.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child's transportation contact:Karen GouldTransportation Coordinator(716) 871-7400 ext. 4118
In the event of an emergency after school hours please call CSAT's bus company at 832-4379.
Note: Where your student’s District of Residence provides transportation, the District of Residence is responsible for the safety of your student and all students riding their school buses. The District of Residence has the right to regulate students’ conduct on the bus for the safety of all, via its Code of Conduct. Each CSAT student must familiarize himself/herself with the District of Residence’s Code of Conduct and comply with its requirements. Each District makes its Code of Conduct publicly available – usually on that District’s website. If you cannot find your District of Residence’s Code of Conduct, please call the Superintendent’s office of your District of Residence. The CSAT Code of Conduct is available here.