School Bus Transportation

    • If your child's bus is running late, you can call the dispatch office directly at 883-0251 to check on it's location.
    • If you have not received your child's bus information please reach out to your child's school, all bus information has been shared with them.
    • If you would like to request a change or have a question regarding your bus, please email  All requests will be reviewed and considered two weeks after the intial opening.

    Bus Information for High School students will be printed on their School ID, which they will receive mid-late September. Until this time no pass is needed.  If you need to purchase a pass, please select the tab on the left           "High School Bus Tickets"

    NOTE: If your student qualifies for free lunch they are not required to pay but please email your childs name to us at

    The Nashua School District, in partnership with First Student, work together to provide transportation for thousands of students across the city every day. Safety is our top priority for both the District and our transportation provider. Nationally, the transportation of children on school buses is one of the safest forms of transportation available.

    Maintaining good student behavior on the bus is critical to ensuring the safety of all students, and bus drivers and school administrators are charged with taking appropriate disciplinary actions if students do not follow the directions of the driver. We ask parents to reinforce with their children the importance of following the rules on the bus and listening to the directions of the bus driver. 

School Bus Information

  • Elementary School Students

  • Middle School Students

  • High School Students

  • Special Needs

  • Private and Charter Schools