Western School Corporation Transportation and Facilities Department

The timely and safe delivery of students to and from school is a huge responsibility that requires the teamwork of many people.  Bus drivers, bus mechanic, office staff, transportation department, and parents all act as a team to accomplish safe transportation every day. 

Buses are inspected prior to leaving the transportation facility to ensure that all mechanical and safety systems operate properly.  In addition, regular maintenance keeps our fleet in top condition.  Indiana State Police inspects the entire fleet each winter.  The bus inspections are public record and you can find our most recent bus inspection and other area schools at this link https://secure.in.gov/ISP/BusInspections/Public/SchoolCorpInfo?schoolCorpID=83&countyID=34.  Western takes a lot of pride in how well we maintain our buses and our inspections prove that. 

All Western School Corporation bus drivers are thoroughly trained and attend annual in-service classes to keep up-to-date with safety awareness.  Each of our drivers holds their commercial driver license and are CPR/AED certified. 

Each of our buses is equipped with video cameras, which are in operation on every ride.  School personnel review the video to determine actual events or items in question.  Parents are not able to view bus camera footage due to the privacy of all students.

Western School Corporation Transportation and Facilities Department is open Monday-Friday from 7:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.  If you call outside of these hours, you are welcome to leave a message and we will get back with you.  The Transportation Department is located in the Administration Office.




Fieldhouse information:
As a reminder, the Multi-Purpose Facility is available for residents to utilize the four-lane track and weight room. All residents of the Western School District, Western School Corporation graduates/alumni and retirees, parents of students who are currently attending Western School Corporation, and spouses of current employees are eligible to use the facilities free of charge. A Membership Card or Valid Western Student ID is required. If you are interested in obtaining a membership card, simply come during community hours and complete a waiver. The supervisor will then take your picture and create a membership card that will be available upon your follow-up visit. Please enter through Door 27 upon visiting the Multi-Purpose Facility.

Multi-Purpose Facility Open Gym Basketball Rules

  1. Games will be played to 10 points by 1’s (for 2 pointers) and 2’s (for 3 pointers)
  2. The winner of the game remains on the court to play the next team.  Winners can remain on the court for two games before they rotate out.
  3. Students sitting out pick up and play the winners.  If more than 5 students are waiting to play, those who do not get into the next game, pickup for the next and so on until everyone has played once.
  4. All students must wear a shirt, no skins teams.  Pennies will be provided.
  5. All school rules apply.  Inappropriate behavior will be met with dismissal and loss of privileges.
  6. Players will call your own fouls.
As a reminder, students in the Multi-Purpose Facility must be supervised by their respective coaches or parent at all times.  Also, no pop, sports drinks, or food is allowed in the Multi-Purpose Facility and/or weight room (water bottles only). 

Current Muti-Purpose Facitlity Activities:

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