Stacy Butler was named as the MCSD Support Employee of the Year in the Transportation Department! Executive Director Pat Lefere and Transportation Director Jason Thomason congratulated Ms. Butler on her honor. She is kind and friendly to the students and dedicated to always doing her best. Congratulations Ms. Butler!!
Pre-registration is NOT required for school transportation.
All students will be required to complete a bus pass provided by the AM and PM bus driver(s) or school officials only.
Bus Routes 2022-2023
Check routes occasionally for any changes. Please note: arrival times may vary 5 - 10 minutes.
- Gerald Adams Elementary
- Horace O'Bryant School
- Key West High School
- Sugarloaf Elementary & Middle
- Marathon Middle High School
- Stanley Switlik Elementary
- Coral Shores High School
- Key Largo School
- Plantation Key School
Early Release Days
Make a Note: On early release days, drop off time is 3 hours prior to the normal drop off time.
School Bus Safety
Bus Safety Brochure: Are We There Yet? Staying Safe Between Home and School
The Florida Department of Education (FDOE) and Florida’s school districts and charter schools are committed to the safety of Florida’s students and schools. Ensuring access to learning requires that students get to and from school safely, regardless of their mode of travel.
Students often walk, bike, or ride to and from school or the bus stop on their own or with parents, guardians, or others. Rule 6A-3.0121, Florida Administrative Code, requires districts and charter schools to inform parents, guardians, and students at least annually in writing of their own responsibilities for safe travel to and from school or the bus stop and their homes.
To assist schools in fulfilling this responsibility, the FDOE offices of School Transportation and Safe Schools have developed a brochure: "Are We There Yet? ; Staying Safe Between Home and School". This brochure offers tips to parents, guardians, and students on how to stay safe, especially when the students are not with school officials who can help protect them.
Become a Volunteer Driver
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer/substitute bus driver, click the link below:
Step by Step becoming a Monroe County Volunteer School Bus Driver.
Key West Office Staff
- Janessa Fernandez
- Jason Thomason
- Nicole Valdes
Transportation Area Coordinators
- Upper Keys
- Angela Davis
- Katherine Johnson