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Larry Eccleston

Director of Transportation

Corning-Painted Post Area School District

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Corning-Painted Post Area School District

165 Charles Street

Painted Post, New York,14870

United States

Company Description

The Corning-Painted Post Area School District is deeply committed to educational excellence. We take every possible opportunity to ensure that all students in C-PP schools receive superb curriculum and instruction in every subject. So when we had the opportuni... more

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Director of Transportation

C-PP High School


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CPP Website - Administrative Council

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Larry Eccleston - Director of Transportation


NYAPT: New York Association for Pupil Transportation

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Larry Eccleston, Corning-Painted Post CSD


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Devising ways to get 4,300 students to school and back in a district that covers 238 square miles is never an easy task, even in an ordinary year, says Larry Eccleston, director of transportation for the Corning-Painted Post School District.
But this isn't an ordinary year, as the closing of the two old middle schools and the opening of the consolidated C-PP High School and C-PP Middle School next week made it necessary to revamp the bus schedule. "I've pretty much been going non-stop seven days a week," Eccleston said. "There's 14 stops located throughout the city, and we worked with the Corning Police Department and tried to pick safer areas with less traffic," Eccleston said. "We also tried to pick green spaces within the city, rather than having kids gather in front of a residence. For example, we used a lot of the parks - Canfield Park, McKinney Park - and some elementary buildings." Bus routes in the outlying rural areas aren't changing all that much, Eccleston said. Some revised bus information is being sent out this week, and should arrive by Monday, Eccleston said. Also, the buses parked outside after school will be grouped together by zones, according to the areas where the students live, Eccleston added. A late bus run will be added for students participating in the new intramural program that begins in October at C-PP Middle School. The details for the late bus run will be worked out in September, Eccleston said.


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With Schools Consolidating, Corning-Painted Post Rolls Out New Bus Routes Written by Derrick EkAugust 26, 2014From The Leader - Corning, NY Devising ways to get 4,300 students to school and back in a district that covers 238 square miles is never an easy task, even in an ordinary year, says Larry Eccleston, director of transportation for the Corning-Painted Post School District.


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Devising ways to get 4,300 students to school and back in a district that covers 238 square miles is never an easy task, even in an ordinary year, says Larry Eccleston, director of transportation for the Corning-Painted Post School District.
Devising ways to get 4,300 students to school and back in a district that covers 238 square miles is never an easy task, even in an ordinary year, says Larry Eccleston, director of transportation for the Corning-Painted Post School District. But this isn't an ordinary year, as the closing of the two old middle schools and the opening of the consolidated C-PP High School and C-PP Middle School next week made it necessary to revamp the bus schedule. "I've pretty much been going non-stop seven days a week," Eccleston said. "Yesterday I was in the office from 5:30 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., and it's probably going to be like that until school starts." One of the biggest changes is that middle school students in the Northside and Southside neighborhoods in the City of Corning who used to walk to Northside Blodgett or Corning Free Academy will now be taking a bus up to the new middle school in Painted Post. Most students in the city neighborhoods will walk to central bus stops. "There's 14 stops located throughout the city, and we worked with the Corning Police Department and tried to pick safer areas with less traffic," Eccleston said. "We also tried to pick green spaces within the city, rather than having kids gather in front of a residence. For example, we used a lot of the parks - Canfield Park, McKinney Park - and some elementary buildings." Bus routes in the outlying rural areas aren't changing all that much, Eccleston said. Some revised bus information is being sent out this week, and should arrive by Monday, Eccleston said. That's to reflect last-minute changes - for example, if a family moved but didn't notify C-PP of the new address, it can affect the whole route. Also new this year, C-PP will use route numbers on buses instead of bus numbers. Each bus will have an adjustable sign with the route number by the door. That way, if a bus has a mechanical issue and a different bus is used, it won't confuse students as they leave after school - they'll still be looking for the same route number. Also, the buses parked outside after school will be grouped together by zones, according to the areas where the students live, Eccleston added. A late bus run will be added for students participating in the new intramural program that begins in October at C-PP Middle School. The details for the late bus run will be worked out in September, Eccleston said.


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