General Information

  • Now Hiring Bus Drivers

    Current CDL holders and those willing to obtain a CDL and SCDE bus certificate qualify! Starting pay is $15 per hour Guaranteed 30 hours per week Complete Health Benefits package South Carolina Retirement System enrollment and Sick Leave allocations TO APPLY, GO TO: For questions, please contact the DSD2 Transportation Office at 843-873-6196, Sherri Knight DSD2 is an EOE.

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  • Bus Tracker App-Edulog Lite

    DDTwo uses Edulog Parent Portal Lite with GPS tracking technology. It's a free app you can find on the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. The app will allow you to see your bus in near real time and set up notification zones to give you more insight on the location of the bus and it's arrival at your bus stop or the school. Please click the link on the left for more information you'll need for the app.

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  • Double Routes

    Note on Double Backs: This means the bus will make two runs, picking up a load of students and delivering them, then going back on another run to pick up a second load. This will add at least 20 minutes to your normal bus stop times, probably more. This means if it's not your regular bus number, expect about 20 minutes or more of delay.

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  • School Bus ID Tag Program

    Applies to ALL 4K, 5K, First and Second Grade Bus Riders

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  • Laptops and Take Home Meals

    Laptops must remain inside the students' backpacks or appropriate carry-on bags at all times while on board the school bus. South Carolina Department of Education regulations prohibit eating during school bus operations. There are safety (choking), health (allergies, etc) and sanitation hazards that come from eating on school buses. Please remind students the take-home meals are to remain in the bags in which they are handed out or in the students' backpacks.

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  • Priority Information

    Unauthorized Persons Boarding or Interfering with a School Bus

    Anyone other than school district officials, DD2 students, or public safety officials responding to a bus are not allowed to board the school bus. People doing so are considered intruders and are violating South Carolina law. The applicable law is posted below for your reference:

    SECTION 59-67-245. Interference with operation of school bus; penalties.

    No person shall wilfully and wrongfully interfere with the operation of a school bus, either public or private, by boarding, restricting movement or using threats, either physical or verbal, to the driver or any passenger while the bus is engaged in the transportation of pupils to and from school or any lawful school activity or while passengers are entering or leaving the bus nor shall any person wilfully fail or refuse to obey a lawful order of a school bus driver relating to the occupancy of a school bus. The use of threatening, obscene or profane language addressed to the driver or any passenger entering, leaving or waiting for a school bus is disorderly conduct and any person convicted for the use of such language shall be punished as provided in Section 16-17-530. Nothing contained herein shall be interpreted to infringe upon the power and duties of duly constituted authorities.


    Mission Statement:  The mission of the Dorchester School District Two Transportation Department is to provide our students the safest and most efficient school transportation possible.