Transportation and Support Services

24793 Van Horn Road
Brownstown, MI  48134-9231
Office  734-783-0255
Fax  734-783-0764

Transportation services provided by Trinity Transportation.
Custodial and Maintenance services provided by GCA Services Group.

  

2016-17 Start / End Times

 Building  Start Time   End Time   1/2 Day 
 PHMS        7:35 a.m.  2:15 p.m.  10:35 a.m.  
 WHS           7:45 a.m.   2:25 p.m.   10:45 a.m. 
 BMS  8:15 a.m.  2:55 p.m.  11:15 a.m.
 Bates,
 Erving &
 Wegienka 
 8:45 a.m.  3:25 p.m.  11:45 a.m.
 Gudith &
 Yake
 9:10 a.m.  3:50 p.m.  12:10 p.m.
 
      

2016-17 
Bus Routes

Bates Elementary
Erving Elementary
Gudith Elementary
Wegienka Elementary
Yake Elementary
Brownstown Middle School

Patrick Henry Middle School
Woodhaven High School
Beacon Day
Downriver High School
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TRANSPORTATION

Transportation services are provided by Trinity Transportation. You may contact the Location Manager, Ms. Robin Webster or the Dispatcher, Ms. Colleen Miller, at 734.783.0255 if you have any questions or concerns. Transportation is provided for regular and special education programs, including E.C.P. and TOTE, career technical education within the area consortium, field trips, and athletic events.

SUPPORT SERVICES
Custodial and maintenance services are provided by GCA Services Group. You may contact Mr. Rudy Weirich, Account Manager, at 734.783.0255 if you have any questions or concerns.

WATERSHED INFORMATION
The Woodhaven-Brownstown School District is a participating member of the Lower Huron and Combined Downriver Watershed Management Committees. The function of these committees is to coordinate and facilitate the study, development, preparation, and timely filing of Watershed Management Plans for these two watersheds.  The school district also acts as the fiduciary for these committees. 

The WBSD and the Alliance of Downriver Watersheds are asking residents to help us evaluate our past education efforts and set the direction of our future outreach programing.  We hope to learn what you already know about our fresh water resources and how you protect them from pollution. Go to:  https://aytm.com/rbc5d53 to take a brief survey.  Your participation is very important.  Please help protect our rivers, lakes and streams by taking the survey and encouraging your neighbors, friends and colleagues to do so. Contact Pam Labadie at HRWC, plabadie@hrwc.org, 734.769.5123 x 602.

For more information on activities related to the watersheds and their impact to surrounding communities, please visit: 
Combined Downriver Watershed Management Plan, Huron River Watershed Council, Gudith Grow Zone, Lower Huron Watershed, or Eight Tools of Watershed Protection.

After the Storm - A Citizen's Guide to Understanding Stormwater
What You Can Do to Protect Water Quality
SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Governments)
Alliance of Downriver Watersheds
2012-13 Bi-Annual Watershed Activity Report

The Wayne County 24-Hour Environmental Hotline:  1-888-223-2363

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days