2013 Classes Begin
2013-2014 Open House Schedule
Sixth Grade Orientation, August 22, 6 – 8 p.m. Elementary Open House, August 22, 4 – 6 p.m. Middle School Open House, August 22, 5 – 7 p.m. High School Open House, August 22, 6 – 8 p.m. Ninth Grade Orientation – To be determined by principals
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Superintendent’s Letter, Page 7.
These backpacks are just two of hundreds that will be given out at the second annual Wilson County Schools Back-to-School Fair today at Jones Elementary School. The limited number of backpacks and school supplies will be provided on a first-come, firstserve basis. Photo by Gérard Lange
Today: The 2nd annual Wilson County Schools Back-to-School Fair The second annual Wilson County Schools Back-to-School Fair is today from 9 a.m. to noon on the grounds of Jones Elementary School. Every staff member and school family is invited to attend the event to kick off the 2013-2014 school year. At the event, families can ask questions of Wilson County Schools staff, learn about school system programs and operations, access information about community resources, enjoy entertainment, games and food and register to win prizes. Free backpacks are available to students in need on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Students must be in attendance in order to receive a backpack. “We are so excited about the Wilson County Schools Backto-School Fair,” said Amber Whitley, director of public relations. “It is the perfect way to kick off a new school year. This is the place where families can find out anything they need to know about our schools and departments while also having a good time. This is a great first step for families to make face-to-face connections with Wilson County Schools staff. We want our families to know that we are available to answer any questions and help them
with whatever they need not only at this event but throughout the school year.” School families attending the fair must enter through the main doors at Jones Elementary and proceed to the grounds behind the school. School families in need of backpacks should enter the school from the right wing entrance. A tent and signage will direct families to this area. Doors open at 9 a.m. Because this is an outdoor event, free water is available. Concessions and soft drinks will also be for sale. In the event of rain, the fair will be moved inside the building.
Important information is available for families attending the fair. Under the main tent, every school will have an information booth. Information about these topics will also be available: Student Services, English as a Second Language, Exceptional Children, Career and Technical Education, athletics, Parent Academy meetings, safety and security updates, before and after school care, Drivers Education, AVID, IB, bus routes, free and reduced lunch and school enrollment. Twenty-nine community agencies also have information booths at the event. They are:
Tang Soo Do Karate Center, Wilson Council of International Reading Association, Wilson County DSS, St. John CDC, Inc., Y.O.U.T.H. of Wilson, Family Caregiver Support Program, ProMusic Conservatory, Heaven’s Footprints Performing Arts, Eastpointe, Wilson County Substance Abuse Coalition, Smile North Carolina, Land of Learning, Wilson Community College, East Carolina Council, Boy Scouts of America, Girls Scouts, North Carolina Coastal Pines, Yelverton’s Enrichment Services, Inc., Arts Council of Wilson, Deans Farm Market,
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Thank you Back-toSchool Fair Sponsors Wilson County Schools is grateful for the monetary and in-kind donations that made this event possible. We are humbled by the community’s commitment to our students.
Presenting Sponsor Merck Manufacturing Facility
Platinum Sponsors First Media Radio Herff Jones Graduate Services Jostens Pierce Group Benefi ts Wells Fargo Wilson Education Partnership The Wilson Times
Gold Sponsors Pepsi Bottling Ventures of Rocky Mount Pittard, Perry & Crone R&H Produce Company, Inc. Schwartz & Shaw PLLC ST Wooten Corporation The Candy Man US Foods Silver Sponsors
Silver Sponsors Anita’s Marketing Concepts Body Whole Health & Counseling, Inc. Dr. Amy S. Watson, DDS Elm City Furniture John T. Smith/Standard Insurance JW Hunter Company, Inc. La Ofi cina Nexans Aerospace USA LLC Stephenson Millwork Co. Towe Insurance Service, Inc. White’s Tractor & Truck Companies
Backpack Sponsors AW Letchworth Electrical Co., Inc. American Legion Auxiliary Unit 13 BB&T Lighthouse Project Teams BD Medical Barton College Belk Bojangle’s Bridgestone Americas CVS Carolina Forge Chick-fi l-A City of Wilson Employees
Darden HS Alumni Association Discovery Ed Dr. Miller Gibbons, DDS Eye Care Center Farm Bureau Insurance Farmington Heights Church First Baptist Church Five Below Forest Hills Presbyterian Church Golden Circle Optimist Club Greenlight Hubert Vester Group Land of Learning Child Care Lee Motor Company Living Faith Ministries Lowe’s Merck Manufacturing Facility New Hope Missionary Baptist Ch. North State Battery Co. OIC of Wilson Onslow Container Service Pete’s Auto Body Purdue Pharmaceuticals LP Raleigh Road Baptist Church S & J Foods dba McDonald’s Sandoz Saratoga Garden Club Self-Help Credit Union Smithfi eld Packing Southern Bank St. Mary’s FWB Church St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church Staples Stephenson Millwork Co. Target Touched By One Ministries US Cellular Walmart Wells Fargo West Nash Methodist Church Wilson Community College Wilson Co. Board of Education Wilson County DSS Wilson Co. Interfaith Services Wilson Co. Public Library Patrons Wilson County Schools Employees Wilson Eye Associates Wilson Family YMCA Wilson Housing Authority Wilson Medical Aesthetics Wilson Medical Center Wilson Mold & Machine In addition, thank you to the many individuals who contributed funds and school supplies.
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Walgreens, Sylvan Learning Center, Carolina Family Health Centers, Inc., One to One with Youth, Inc., Body Whole Health & Counseling; Wilson County Partnership for Children, Toe 2 Toe Dance, Getting Ready, Inc., B.U.D.S Foundation/B.U.D.S House and Dance Studio B. Entertainment at the fair includes: DJ Shawn Lucas, Wilson County Board of Education member Gary Farmer as the emcee, character mascots, a dunking booth, bounce houses, vehicle displays (including a school bus where bus routes are available), face painting, raffle prizes and a playground. The backpacks are available in the multipurpose room. Because of
the overwhelming support of the community, Wilson County Schools has collected roughly 3,300 backpacks, and the number continues to rise. The school system launched the 2,013 Backpacks in 2013 campaign in April. Backpacks or supplies turned in after the fair will be distributed to students once the school year begins. Wilson County Schools has a student population of 12,500 and more than half of those students are identified as being economically disadvantaged. “While the backpack piece of this event is crucial, our hope is to see more people attend for the other great components of the fair including the extensive information about our schools that is available,”
said Superintendent Sean Bulson. “Last year’s Back-to-School Fair was an incredible success. More than 5,000 people attended and were able to learn more about our school system and different services offered by organizations in our community. We also gave out 2,400 backpacks to students in need, and we are so grateful to all of the individuals and businesses that made that possible.” Community members and Wilson County Schools staff also play a large role in the planning of the event under the direction of Mr. Bulson. At the event, more than 100 Wilson County Schools staff members and students volunteer along with members of the community.
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Student Dress Code The Wilson County Board of Education respects a student’s right to choose his or her style of dress or appearance. However, students are expected to adhere to standards of cleanliness and dress that are compatible with the requirement of a good school environment. If a student’s dress or lack of cleanliness is such that it constitutes a threat to health or safety, the principal or principal’s designee may require the student and student’s parent or guardian to take appropriate action to remedy the situation. In addition, if a student’s dress or appearance is so unusual, inappropriate or lacking in cleanliness that it clearly disrupts class or learning activities, the student may be required to change his or her dress or appearance. Student violations of this policy shall be handled by the principal or principal’s designee. Violation of this policy shall be a Level One violation of Policy 6400 and the penalty shall be the same as any other Level One violation.
requests. Accommodations shall be made by the principal to accommodate students involved in special duties, vocational classes and projects, special events or other activities that would allow for nonconforming dress on a school campus.
• Clothing and appearance must be age appropriate, not disruptive to the teaching- learning process and cannot be provocative, indecent, vulgar or obscene. • Hats, sweatbands, bandannas or sunglasses will not be worn inside the school buildings. • Shorts must be of adequate length to reach the ends of one’s fingertips when the student is standing and the arms are by one’s sides. • Skirts and dresses must be no higher than three (3) inches above the top of the knee. • Clothing will not be allowed which promotes alcoholic beverages, tobacco or the use of controlled substances, depicts violence, profanity, vulgarity or STUDENT DRESS, APPEARANCE obscenity, is of a sexual nature or is of a disruptive Principals will mainnature. tain guidelines to assist • Shirts and blouses students in determining must cover the waist and appropriate dress and midriff and go past the appearance for school, waistline. Tank tops or spaghetti-strap tops may copies of which will be made available to parents not be worn as an outer and students. Items listed garment. below shall be included in • Footwear is required. Bedroom shoes are not all school guidelines and shall apply to all students. allowed. Students in laboReasonable accommodaratory or shop environtions will be made by the ments must wear closedschool principal or printoe shoes. Students in cipal’s designee for those physical education classes students who, because of must wear athletic shoes. a sincerely held religious Shoes that have laces belief, cultural heritage or must be laced and tied. medical reason, request • Clothing is not to be a waiver of a particular sheer or mesh and cannot guideline for dress or have excessive holes. appearance. The superin• Undergarments are tendent shall establish ap- not to be visible. propriate procedures and • Clothing must be worn regulations for requests appropriately (nothing and disposition of waiver inside-out or backwards,
no rolled-up pant legs or unfastened bibbed overalls, no sagging pants, belts must be buckled and worn at the waistline, etc.). • Clothing will not be allowed that is intentionally shredded or torn. • Tight clothing such as knit or spandex bicycle/ biker pants or overly tight pants is not allowed. • Students shall not wear clothing articles with the intent to convey membership or affiliation in a gang.
tendent must approve all such plans before they are implemented at the school level. Approval Process When a principal and School Leadership Team (SLT) have decided to develop a plan for uniform school clothing for their school, the principal shall notify the Superintendent that their school has begun this process and submit a proposed timeline.
year in which the plan will be implemented. Notification of parents of the implementation of a plan for uniform student clothing must be provided to parents within five (5) days of the Superintendent’s approval. Planning Each SLT and principal shall work together to develop the school’s proposed plan. The proposed plan must address the expected effects of the plan on: • Safety • School spirit • Student discipline • School identity • Other effects The proposed plan must address the following elements of uniform clothing design: • Colors • Logos (may be added to individual articles of clothing) • Particular articles of clothing (e.g. skirts, shorts, slacks, shirts, vests, jackets, accessories)
When the proposed plan has been finalized by UNIFORM STUDENT CLOTHING the SLT and principal, but before surveys are conThe Board of Educaducted, the principal must tion authorizes schools submit the proposed plan to implement programs to the Superintendent for in which students are required to wear uniform a preliminary review. Upon completion of clothing at school during the survey, the principal the regular school day. The required wearing of shall forward the survey uniform school clothing is results to the Superintenintended to allow students dent. The Superintendent to focus on instructional shall review and approve objectives of the school, proposed plans that meet favorably impact student the requirements of this attitude, promote harpolicy. mony among students School plans will be and enhance the image of implemented at the the school. Each school’s beginning of the school plan for uniform school year. Final approval by the Superintendent of the clothing must be develproposed plan must be oped and approved according to the procedures obtained a minimum of six months prior to the and timeline set forth in first day of the school this policy. The Superin-
The proposed plan must address the following: • How clothing will be made available for low income students • Accommodations for students for whom wearing particular attire is part of their religious practice • Accommodations for students whose health would be adversely affected by wearing the uniform clothing • Procedures to allow students to wear or display accessory items that do not contribute to disruption or interfere with discipline or the rights of others • Connection with the school’s discipline and character education plans • Penalties for noncompliance
• Involvement of various parent groups in promoting the plan • Timing of implementation Parent Surveys After developing the proposed plan according to this policy, parents must be surveyed. The parents/guardians of each student currently enrolled in a school must be given the opportunity to agree or disagree with the implementation of the proposed plan through a paper survey form. One survey form per family will be provided regardless of the number of children enrolled in the school. In order for the proposed plan to proceed forward in the approval process, 70% of the potential respondents must register a response and, of those who respond, 65% must indicate their agreement with the proposed plan. Failure to obtain a response level or level of agreement equal to or greater than the percentages above stops the process for that school year. Principals and school leadership teams may consider developing a plan for uniform clothing each year. Review of Plans The principal and SLT of schools that implement uniform school clothing plans will evaluate the plans and will survey parents/guardians at least every 5 years to determine if continued interest in the plan exists. In order for the plan to continue, 70% of the potential respondents must register a response and, of those who respond, 65% must indicate their support for continuing the plan.
WILSON COUNTY Got a problem? BOARD OF EDUCATION Climb the ladder Representatives
Meetings are each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Central Office Boardroom
Monday, August 19, 2013 Monday, September 16 Monday, October 21 Tuesday, November 12 Monday, December 9
Eunice Irene Lindsey (Vice Chair) 236-4425 Home PO Box 1251 Elm City, NC 27822 399-8143 Work
Velma Barnes 2425 Bel Air Ave. Wilson, NC 27893
Dr. Christine L. Fitch 516 South Lodge St. Wilson, NC 27893
Henry E. Mercer 4537 US 117 Hwy. Wilson, NC 27893
Wiley A. Boyette, Jr. 6646 Luther Road Wilson, NC 27893
291-5814 Home 237-1426 Work
Gary W. Farmer 922 Raleigh Rd. Pkwy. Wilson, NC 27896 291-1258 Home
Robin Sharpe Flinn (Chair) 5034 Country Club Drive Wilson, NC 27896 243-2473 Home
Wilson County Board of Education meetings are recorded and air on WCS-TV Channel 22 on the Time Warner and Greenlight cable systems.
Problems have solutions. Wilson County Schools wants to help you find one if a problem crops up. The correct place to start when you’re looking for an answer is on the first step of the administrative ladder. Talk with the individual closest to your problem first and right away – the teacher in most instances. If your concern cannot be addressed to your satisfaction, climb the next step and talk to the principal. Most problems meet an equitable solution here. Still not the answer you’re seeking? Go up another rung; call the Central Office. Ask for the executive director who supervises the grade level at which the problem has occurred – elementary, middle or high school. Still not content? Call the Central Office again and climb higher. Ask for the assistant superintendent responsible for your school. Doesn’t work there either? That’s very rare.
Now it’s time to call the superintendent. But to reach that top step, be sure to have four important ‘yes’ answers ready. Have you talked with the teacher, principal, executive director and assistant superintendent? It’s that easy … in that order. Step by step. Just climb the ladder.
Legal References: G.S. 115C36, -47, -288, -307, -392 Adopted: April 15, 2002 Revised: June 17, 2013
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2013-2014 Principal Appointments Schools with a new principal Beddingfield High FT Franks
New Hope Elementary Kendral Flowers
Darden Middle Steve Hunter
Toisnot Middle Ronnia Cockrell
Fike High Mark Holley
Wilson Early College Academy Nelson Johnston
Hunt High Charles Blanchard
Schools with No changes
Toisnot Middle Ronnia Cockrell
Open House Schedule Sixth Grade Orientation August 22 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Elementary Open House August 22 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Middle School Open House August 22 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Barnes Elementary Vernita Williams
Lucama Elementary John Joyner
Daniels Learning Center Anita Wright
Rock Ridge Elementary Jennifer Lewis
Elm City Elementary Claudia Spencer
Speight Middle Valerie Budd
Elm City Middle Eddie Doll
Springfield Middle Pattie Barnes
Forest Hills Middle Joyce Best
Stantonsburg Elementary Denise Taylor
Gardners Elementary Pam Walthall
Vick Elementary Beverly Woodard
Hearne Elementary Jenny Hayes
Vinson-Bynum Elementary Suzette Miller
Jones Elementary Roy Henderson
Wells Elementary Wendy Sullivan
Lee Woodard Elementary Corey Walker
Winstead Elementary Tracy Joyner
Enrolling in Wilson County Schools Steps to enroll a student in Wilson County Schools: 1. Call the school that your child will be attending to see when would be a good time for you to come by and enroll your child. If you are not sure which school that would be, call 399-7837. 2. Complete the enrollment documents requested of you. These forms can be found online at www. wilsonschoolsnc.net by clicking About Us, I’m New to Wilson. 3. Bring your child’s last Report Card (if applicable) and at least two different types of address verification documents with you when you go to the school: • Property tax records which indicate the street or road address location of the residence • Copies of the mortgage documents or copies of deed to property which indicate the street or road address of the property • Copy of the residential lease showing street or road address • Copy of utility bill showing residence address • Copy of current driver’s license showing street or road address • Copy of voter registration form showing street or road residence address • Copy of automobile registration showing street or road address • Affidavit by designated school official setting forth that the address and residence has been verified by such designated school based on a personal visit by such school district official to the address
High School Open House August 22 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Ninth Grade Orientation To be determined by principals. Staggered Starting Dates for Kindergarten
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Good news about bad weather
Visit the Welcome Center New to Wilson County Schools? Whether you’re relocating to Wilson County and need to get your child enrolled in school or you’re already local and need to register a kindergartner, the only stop you’ll have to make is the school system’s Welcome Center located at Adams Learning Center. At Adams, you’ll find a team ready to enroll your child, answer your questions and make sure your first experience with Wilson County Schools shows how glad we are you’re here. The crew at Adams is ready right now to get the enrollment process started. To make an appointment, call 252.399.7870 to schedule a visit between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. We’ll complete the enrollment and then notify the principal at your child’s school. Your principal will contact you with information about schedules, bus routes and anything else you’ll need to know to get a great school year off to a fast start. Directions to Adams are available at the school system website, www.wilsonschoolsnc.net. On the homepage, just click the Parent Tab and find Map of Schools. Then choose Adams Learning Center. Select Directions in the balloon, then key in your starting address and click Find Directions. If you’re using the GPS in your car, your destination is 639 Walnut St., Wilson, 27893.
Steps to enroll a student in Wilson County Schools: 1. Call Adams Learning Center at 3997870 to schedule an appointment to register your child. 2. Bring a least two different types of address verification documents to your scheduled appointment. 3. Complete the enrollment documents requested of you. 4. Adams Learning Center staff will enroll your child and notify your school’s principal of your enrollment. 5. Your school will contact you with your
Here’s some good news about bad weather. When the skies are brewing snow and freezing rain this winter or when severe weather threatens at anytime, Wilson County Schools’ families should listen for the telephone to ring with the latest news about school closings or delays. Whenever weather requires a change in the school schedule, an automated communication system will dial school
families and deliver the news. The system will call telephone numbers gathered from the database at each school. Missed the call? Check your answering machine or turn to television or radio for the latest weather-related information. No call means the system does not have your correct phone number. Calls to families and to television and radio stations about changes to
the school day generally will be made by 5:30 a.m. However, if the weather requires an earlier decision, information will be distributed by 7 p.m. when school is to be closed or delayed the following day. To ensure that you get a bad-weather call, make certain that your phone numbers listed at school are current. Calls will not be made when school operates on a regular schedule.
child’s schedule, bus route and any additional information to assist you as we begin our school year together. Please bring at least two of the following items with you to Adams Learning Center to enroll your child: • Property tax records which indicate the street or road address location of the residence • Copies of the mortgage documents or copies of deed to property which indicate the street or road address of the property • Copy of the residential lease showing street or road address • Copy of utility bill showing residence address • Copy of current driver’s license showing street or road address • Copy of voter registration form showing street or road residence address • Copy of automobile registration showing street or road address • Affidavit by designated school official setting forth that the address and residence has been verified by such designated school based on a personal visit by such school district official to the address You will also need to bring a current Report Card for your child.
Wilson County Schools tobacco-free Wilson County Schools – every square foot of it – is tobacco free. The restriction, which covers every hour of the day, seven days a week, extends to school buildings, other school facilities, school vehicles, to all school-sponsored or school-related activities and to community events held on school property. The policy affects everyone. Anyone on school property – whether it’s during the school day, after school hours or on the weekend – is not allowed to use tobacco.
Once you arrive at Adams Learning Center you will be asked to complete each of the following forms that can also be found online under by clicking About Us, I’m New to Wilson: 1. A student enrollment form 2. Attendance Verification Form 3. Student Acceptable Use Agreement (technology) 4. Publication Waiver Release
Get caught in the
The Wilson County Schools website has a new URL and a new look. The website is packed with information, and it changes daily. You’ll find the latest news headlines about the district, accounts of Board of Education meetings, academic and event calendars, staff and Board of Education directories, links to
school websites, child nutrition menus, job opportunities and more. You’ll also find important links for students and parents. Interested in reading the entire Wilson County Board of Education policy manual? It’s on the web, too. The website’s a great resource. Visit often.
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Curriculum: Elementary School 399-7788 Curriculum: Middle School 399-7779 Curriculum: High School 399-7779
English as a Second Language 399-7800 Exceptional Children 399-7781
Federal Programs 399-7800
Human Resource Services 399-7752
Area code 252 Accountability/Technology 399-7789
Instructional Services 399-7761
Insurance (Student & Liability) 399-7741
After-School Care 399-7714
Parental Involvement 399-7800
Alcohol/Drug Education 399-7762
Public Relations 399-7713
School Board Members/Meetings 399-7711
Student Reassignment 399-7741
Before-School Care 399-7714
Attendance Zones 399-7789
EPA-AHERA (Asbestos Hazards Emergency Response Act) rules require that asbestos inspections and management plans are to be performed every six months. Wilson County Schools contracts with EEC, Inc. of Raleigh for these requirements. A copy of these reports is avail-
able at each school office, the Board of Education office, 117 N.E. Tarboro St., and the Maintenance Department, 519 Ward Blvd., Building 1A. The reports contain findings and recommendations required by EPA guidelines. The recommendations outlined will minimize any potential accidental exposure to asbes-
tos. Only trained and licensed professionals are allowed to correct any asbestos situations. The cooperation of parents, parent organizations, teachers, employees and students in dealing with this matter is greatly appreciated. Please direct inquiries to the director of maintenance at 399-7820.
Administrative Services 399-7741
Asbestos management, inspections and reports
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Student Services Dropout Prevention 399-7762
Career and Technical Education 399-7777
Child Nutrition 399-7849
Wilson Education Partnership 399-7726
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Letter from Dr. Bulson “We learn and we create.” When a fifth-grade student shared those words with me two years ago during my first year as the superintendent, I knew he was on to something. I had asked Israel what he thought a student’s purpose was in school, and I thought his five word answer summed it up perfectly. What Israel captured is that beyond learning, students create new knowledge. Israel’s words became the theme of our 2012-2013 school year and resonated so deeply with staff and students that we decided to build on this theme for the 2013-2014 school year: Learn. Create. Inspire. Wilson County Schools employs an amazing staff of educators who inspire me each day. During our Opening Day Rally for employees on Aug. 21, we will feature the inspiring stories of six educators, including Jennifer Parker, eighth-grade teacher at Darden Middle; Jay Wheeler, Spanish teacher at Fike High; Jose Ramos, teacher assistant at Jones Elementary; Debra Simons, fourth-grade teacher at New Hope Elementary; James Cooper, custodian at Barnes Elementary and Bettena Adams-Artis, counselor at Beddingfield High. Thinking about our teachers, it is easy to produce inspirational stories about their work and the many creative ways they bring their teaching to life. However, those of us who have spent time in schools quickly realize how inspirational students can be as well. As this new school year begins, I want to encourage students to realize their full potential and really think about why they are in school, just as Israel did. Wilson County is full of students who have made positive changes in our community and who realize the impact that just one person can have. School is not just about remembering facts. It is about fostering creativity and a sense of inquiry, and seeing things in new ways. Across the world, people are creating new knowledge every day at a staggering rate. Technology makes this possible, and our students must learn to create new ideas rather than just absorb them. While the importance of teaching critical thinking is not new to educators, our schools spent a great deal of time last year focusing on what it means to teach students to think critically. I am looking forward to the new school year and hope all of you are as well. We have spent the last year learning from the community about how we can better serve our students and our families. We rely on your continued feedback and participation at our school and community events to ensure our schools represent a partnership between parents, students, the community and school system employees to support student learning and prepare them for the exciting futures and fulfilling lives. If the level of support and engagement I have experienced in the year I have been here continues, we will do great things as a team for our students. Enjoy the school year! Sean Bulson
Superintendent Wilson County Schools
Volunteering is Wilson teens’ top priority The Wilson Youth Council documented more than 4,300 volunteer service hours by its members during the past 12 months. The total number was shared with members during a recent bowling night social to celebrate summer and catch up with alumni members. While some members were shocked at the high number, others were not surprised at all. “Volunteering is one of the main reasons I joined the youth council,” said Terrell Saunders, the newly elected Service Project Chair and rising senior at Wilson Early College Academy. “We have a different project each month, and it was always fun too. I knew we did a lot last year, but didn’t realize just how much.” The purpose behind all this volunteering is to develop leadership skills. Volunteering is the top priority of the council to allow for a wide variety of teens the opportunity to learn about leadership styles and methods. They explore personality differences, organizational processes and reflect after each project on what should be repeated and what needs to be changed before the next project. The projects also help teens fill other goals. Many
of the council members use the organized volunteer project to fulfill hours required by the National Honor Society, to apply for scholarship and as their Senior project. “The key to keeping this group motivated is allowing them to be responsible for the projects,” said Theresa Mathis, the WYC advisor. “We have a captain for each project, leaders and followers. Everyone has to arrive early, and help set up, and no one leaves until the cleanup is done. They learn from start-tofinish how to manage a project, how to give back to the community and all the while having fun.” The members of the Wilson Youth Council have volunteered monthly for the past six years. The group has become a permanent fixture at several of the area community events, including the Wilson County Fair, the Wilson Whirligig Festival, the MLK Breakfast and the Special Olympics spring games. These annual events depend on the WYC teen volunteers for everything from simple tasks to high levels of coordination. The Wilson Youth Council won “2013 Volunteers of the Year” recognition by the NC Festival & Events
Association for their five years of dedication at the Wilson Whirligig Festival. The teens are the only volunteers in the Whirli-kidz Zone. They manage the rides, the arts and crafts and keep the lines in order. Approximately 100 teens volunteers throughout the 2-day festival. In addition to service projects, the WYC promotes anti-bullying awareness through its “SMH@ BULLYING” campaign and members attend five NC State Youth Conferences during the school year. The Wilson Youth Council is a teen action group dedicated to community service and leadership development. In 2012, it was recognized at the “Most Diverse NC Youth Council.” It was awarded “Most Outstanding NC Youth Council” in both 2011 & 2008. The council is open to all high school members every fall. Membership is free, but requires action and dedication to join. The WYC Open House will be on Tuesday, September 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wilson County Library. To learn more, contact the City of Wilson Human Relations Office, visit the council’s Facebook page or website at www.WilsonNC.org.
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Breakfast is more than the first meal of the day Most kids don’t want us to remind them that breakfast is the most important meal of the day as they’re running out the door to get to school on time. But they might be interested in hearing that eating a balanced breakfast will make them feel better, inside and out, contributing to better grades, better performance on the field and better nutrition choices throughout their days. A significant percentage of elementary and an even greater percentage of middle and high school students skip breakfast daily or a few times a week. On a given day, up to 30 percent of teens in the U.S. skip breakfast. As they get older, homework, jobs, sports teams, the arts and the Internet result in all-tooshort nights for students, and the need to catch a few more moments of sleep in the morning. Breakfast allows students to break the fast of nighttime, reigniting brains and concentration abilities. “It’s everything you’ve heard about in terms of it being a critical meal of the day,” says Sue Moores, a registered dietitian and consultant to schools in the Twin Cities area of Minnesota. “Miss or skip breakfast and you start the day playing catch up.” According to Moores, many kids already lack important body-strengthening, body
“building” nutrients such as calcium, vitamin D, potassium, protein and fiber. Without breakfast, which is a meal that can easily offer all of these, there’s extra pressure to fill the nutritional gaps with snacks and other meals. Including carbohydrates in the morning meal (whole-grain carbs, says Moores) is key, as carbs are the preferred source of energy for the brain. Add in a bit of protein to help distribute the energy carbohydrates offer, and you have the start of a great meal. Skipping breakfast may not only put students behind the eight-ball for morning nutrition,
adds Moores, it may also set them back by way of poor food choices for the rest of the day. Some studies show breakfastskippers actually crave salty, higher fat, sweet foods throughout the day compared to people who eat a morning meal. What they eat in place of breakfast is far from nutritious fare. Beginning this school year, school breakfasts are required to meet the United States Department of Agriculture’s new food-based meal pattern, which outlines increased amounts of fruits/vegetables, grains and milk food components. Amy Harkey, a registered
and get the nutrition they need to begin their busy academic days.” Harkey explains that they provide a variety of “Quick Bites for Breakfast,” offering both hot and cold options that meet the complete school breakfast requirements. “We learned in our pilot test of the program this spring that the students are reacting positively to our breakfast menus. They enjoy having the menu board outside the cafeteria so that in the afternoons they can see what will be offered the next morning,” says Harkey. Companies have stepped up to the plate, delivering whole grain and protein-rich options that, when paired with a calcium-rich, low-fat milk, provide a dietitian and director of Child solid start to the day. Schwan’s Nutrition Operations with Char- Food Service offers the new lotte-Mecklenburg Schools, Beacon Street Cafe (TM) 51 North Carolina, says that this percent whole grain Sausage, fall the Universal School Break- Egg and Cheese Sliders this fast Program is being implefall, with 8 grams of protein, 11 mented in her district, meaning grams of whole grains, 0 grams that more than 140,000 students of trans fat and only 160 calowill receive a balanced morning ries per serving (two pieces). meal at no charge. Previously, “Whether students catch a these breakfasts were offered brain-boosting breakfast at home to all students based on their or at school, it’s important to find eligibility. a way to fit nutrient-rich foods in “We want to remove any for a good day of learning,” says misperceptions that breakfast is Moores. “It may seem inconseonly for those children who are quential to skip a morning meal, economically disadvantaged,” but results in the classroom show says Harkey. “It’s important for that breakfast is key.” Brandpoint all students to ‘break the fast’
Lunch box 101: 10 nutritious tips and tricks Lunch box nutrition has come a long way from bologna on white bread with a juice drink pouch. As parents get ready to send their kids back to school, an easy lesson on lunch box nutrition may be just the thing to help kids get to the head of the class. Packing a winning lunch is not only about health and nutrition, but also about keeping food fresh and appetizing for kids. “A nutritious lunch provides important nutrients kids need throughout the day,” says Mona Rosene, registered dietitian with a master of science degree in nutrition, and nutrition research scientist for WhiteWave Foods. “For parents who think packing a balanced and affordable lunch is a chore, a little preparation can go a long way in making lunch box planning a breeze. Parents should focus on
fresh foods and be labelconscious. With so many convenient lunch options, it’s important to check labels to avoid products with empty calories and little nutritional value.” For parents on the go and on a budget, here are “Lunch Box 101 Tips & Tricks” from TruMoo Milk Boxes to help make lunchtime less stressful and more nutritious for their kids. 1. Instead of a juice drink pouch, opt for a flavored shelf-stable milk
box, which provides all the benefits of milk including 8 grams of protein, vitamins A and D, and calcium, without high fructose corn syrup or any artificial colors or flavors found in many juice drink pouches. TruMoo single serve milk boxes are a great option. They are available in three flavors kids will love - chocolate, vanilla and plain low-fat varieties, and are free of artificial colors and flavors. 2. Try to include at least
one item from each of the five food groups: grains, vegetables, fruits, dairy and lean protein, to help ensure a balanced meal. 3. For a time-saver, sandwiches can be prepared the night before. Put sandwiches in reusable sandwich boxes instead of aluminum foil to prevent them from getting crushed or soggy. 4. Bite-sized fruits and vegetables are an easy way to add a nutritious and fun staple to lunch boxes. For picky eaters, a favorite dip like low-fat ranch, peanut butter or hummus can help make sure those fruits and
veggies quickly disappear. 5. Choose leaner lunch meats like chicken, turkey and tuna in water, or choose a hard-boiled egg, beans or edamame as great protein alternatives. This way, kids can get protein with less fat and calories. 6. Keep cold food cold and hot food hot - keeping foods at safe temperatures will prevent the growth of unhealthy bacteria. Ice packs and insulated containers are key. 7. Instead of potato chips, try something different with the same amount of satisfying crunch such as: baby carrots, whole wheat pretzels without salt or baked
sweet potato chips. 8. Liven up the lunchbox with fun-shaped sandwich and vegetable cutters. Lunchtime should be fun for kids, and they’ll be thrilled to find a butterflyor dinosaur-shaped sandwich in their lunch. 9. Use leftovers, but change up the presentation by putting meat on whole wheat bread or pitas with sliced tomato or create a rice bowl with leftover veggies and protein. 10. Variety is key to keeping kids happy at lunchtime. Avoid boredom by offering new meal and snack options daily or weekly. Brandpoint
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Seven ways to help kids hone their homework habits Helping children with their homework requires more than an understanding of the subject matter, whether it’s algebra or world literature. To help children succeed throughout the school year, it’s important for parents to nurture positive study habits and organizational skills, and provide kids with a home environment that fosters concentration. “Whether your kids are just learning to read, write and spell, or they are studying for the SATs, we parents have an opportunity to help instill work and study habits that will stick with our children for life,” says education and parenting expert Dr. Michele Borba, who is the bestselling author of 22 parenting books and a frequent TODAY show contributor. Borba offers parents some easy tips to help children of all ages develop skills that will help them reach their academic goals:
Facebook. This measure may seem obvious to you, but remember kids are so tied to tech these days that they may be surprised to find out they can more efficiently use their time without the distractions of technology. * Map out assignments - Help children plot homework on a schedule so they have simple reminders of daily, weekly or long-term assignments. Include other engagements like sports or music lessons to help kids have a clearer picture of their own schedules. This can help build basic time management skills, like working on a long-term project every day over time, or avoiding a latenight cramming session for a big test.
* Lessons in planning and prioritizing - Teach kids to make lists of what they need to do each night in order of priority. As your child accomplishes each item, have * Give them space him cross it off the list. Create a dedicated space For children who had for homework and study. difficulty staying on This underscores the im- task, breaking large portance of homework projects into smaller, to kids. If you don’t have more manageable tasks room for a homework can help. Encourage desk, consider keeping kids to do the hardest all homework and study homework first to help tools in a bin or box that relieve the pressure of a children can take out long to-do list. and use every day. Keep all essentials in one * Emphasize the effort place to help avoid time - Stressing perseverwasted looking for the ance and effort in a task dictionary, ruler, calcuhelps children work lonlator or other tool. ger and harder, because they recognize their * Create a routine success is based on how - Choose a time that hard they work. Instead works best for your of asking “What score child to do homework, did you get?” ask “How then stick to that time hard are you working?” every day. A set and predictable schedule helps * Effective study habminimize homework its - Spreading out study battles. “Work before sessions and practice play” can motivate kids testing were the two to get their homework most-effective learning done, but if your child tactics, according to a plays sports or has other recent report by the Asafter-school commitsociation for Psychologiments, doing homework cal Science. after dinner may be the Both techniques inbest option. volve strong time management skills. Help * Avoid distractions children think of study - Establish a technology- sessions or pieces of a free zone for homework larger project as daily and studying. Turn off to-dos, and just as imTVs, ban text messagportant as the homeing and ensure kids work assignment that are using their PC for may be due tomorrow. Brandpoint research, rather than
Money-saving tips for back to school As summer winds down, many are heading into a busy buying season with Labor Day soirees and preparing for back-toschool. With the average family expected to spend an average of $634.78 on back-to-school shopping this year, according to the National Retail Federation, consumers are seeking cost saving strategies to ensure they are getting the most bang for the buck. With more access to information thanks to online resources and smartphones, the power is in purchasers’ hands. In fact, the National Retail Federation forecast revealed that approximately 36 percent of shoppers will do more comparative shopping online for back-to-school 2013. Other ways people are cashing in on the savings is going back to the tried and true - bulk shopping. Expert couponer Kelly Snyder, of Kansas City Mamas, says volume buying and storing goods correctly has made a positive impact on her family’s finances. However, one important thing to keep in mind is what to do with all those purchases you bring home. “The right storage is essential when purchasing in bulk,” said Snyder. “Make sure you have enough storage space and invest in products and appliances that keep you organized and help preserve the integrity of your purchases.” Snyder points to refrigerators as a key investment piece for savvy shoppers who want to store large amounts of perish-
ables. Snyder along with fellow top savings bloggers Briana Carter, of Bargain Briana, and Lauren Ortiz of Saving Addiction, offer their top tips to help shoppers best navigate through the sea of savings.
period. Make a purchase only when prices hit their low. You’ll optimize savings and often won’t need a coupon. •Increase your buying IQ with a smartphone. Download moneysaving and grocery coupon apps like SavingStar and Coupons. com, as well as apps for rewards programs like Shop Your Way.
• Don’t bypass a budget. Know how much you’ve spent in order to see your savings. By keeping a monthly budget, you’ll never pay •Remember coupons are king. too much. While many still enjoy clipping paper coupons, downloadable •Don’t create a storage war. eCoupons are more popular than Being organized will help keep ever. Now, eCoupons are more track of what you have and sophisticated by pushing savprevent wasting food or needings based on style and shopping less purchases. For perishables, habits like those from ShopYdedicate one shelf each in your ourWay.com. Sears is the first refrigerator for beverages, proretailer to offer eCoupons that duce and leftovers. A large reare redeemable in-store, online frigerator allows you to stock up and from a mobile device. In adon items on sale. dition, they are redeemable both in-store and online. This will not •Get rewarded for loyalty. Join only save money, but save time loyalty programs of establishtoo. ments you frequent the most. Eventually your purchasing pow•Go generic or store brands. er will return major perks. For It’s always better to go with a example, Shop Your Way, a free store brand if you don’t have membership and shopping com- a coupon for a name-brand munity, allows Kmart and Sears item. While these versions are customers to earn points for cheaper, they often offer similar their purchases to redeem online quality. or in store. In addition, members get alerts on special offerings, • Serve what’s on sale. Buying personalized deals, product resale items in bulk allow you to views, events and sweepstakes pre-cook meals in one day to be for even more savings. served over the week. A great kitchen helper to get this job •Tracking gets you a treat. done quickly would be a double Create a price book to record oven. Brandpoint costs for items over a six-week
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Saving for college
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What Gen Z knows - and should learn - about saving for college Is it ever too early to start saving for college? Is it ever too late? Finance experts say the answer to both questions is a resounding “no,” and an annual Gen Z & Money survey released by TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation (NYSE: AMTD) indicates that members of Generation Z are hearing the message loud and clear. Many members of Gen Z (people born during the 1990s) are either already facing, or are on the verge of facing, their own college funding challenges. Head Research, on behalf of TD Ameritrade, Inc., surveyed 1,000 people, ages 14 to 23, regarding saving for college. Survey results and methodology are available online at www.amtd.com/newsroom/investorIndex.cfm. “Many parents of Gen Z kids are still paying back loans for their own college education,” says Carrie Braxdale, managing director of investor services for TD Ameritrade, Inc. (TD Ameritrade), a broker dealer subsidiary of TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation. “Aware of their parents’ struggles, this young generation is concerned about the cost of college. Forty-six percent of those surveyed say their biggest postgraduation worry is having a large student loan balance, and 36 percent worry about being able to afford college at all.” College costs continue to rise - more than 1,120 percent in the past 35 years, according to a Bloomberg report. The average student loan debt owed was $26,600 in 2011, according to the Institute for College Access & Success. Still, Gen Z has no doubt the investment is worth the money. More than half (54 percent) say obtaining a higher education is critical to achieving success, and 64 percent agree college is worth the cost because it will help them secure employment, according to the TD Ameritrade survey. “Parents who work with their children early to develop a financial plan and clearly set financial expectations can help better prepare them for financial success later in life,” Braxdale says. “And even if they start saving when their child is already in high school, they should remember that every dollar they save toward college now is a dollar less they will owe in student loans.” Fortunately, a variety of college savings plans can help better prepare parents and their kids for the future, including: • A 529 College Savings Plan - Usually administered through or sponsored by a state government, 529s offer several tax advantages.
Earnings in the account are not subject to federal tax and withdrawals for qualified higher education expenses are generally free of state and federal taxes. Contributions are generally not tax deductible, but parents may be able to exclude 529 money from their taxable estate, making them a possible way to reduce one’s estate taxes while helping a child pay for college. • Before investing in a 529 Plan, carefully consider the investment objectives, risks, charges and expenses involved. This and other important information regarding the plan is included in the Program Disclosure Statement and Participation Agreement and each prospectus on the underlying investments, which may be obtained by contacting the issuer. Please read each prospectus, the Program Disclosure Statement, and Participation Agreement carefully prior to investing. Investment return and principal value of an investment will fluctuate so that an investor’s units, when withdrawn, may be worth more or less than their original cost. You should be aware that other states may sponsor their own qualified tuition plans and may offer a state tax deduction or other benefits that are limited to residents who invest in that plan. You should consult with your financial, tax or other advisor about state and local tax benefits or limitations based on your specific situation. Favorable tax treatment by your state of residence should be one of many appropriately weighted factors you should consider in making an investment decision. • Coverdell Education Savings Accounts - In general, earnings and qualified withdrawals in an education savings account are federal tax free. While 529s are exclusively for college, you can use an ESA to help pay for elementary school, high school or college expenses. There are no minimum contribution requirements, and you can put up to $2,000 per child, per year into the account. Contributions are generally not tax deductible. • Custodial accounts
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School days mean long hours studying indoors, exercising students’ brains but not their bodies. While classroom learning is the cornerstone of education, it’s important to remember that physical activity supports overall wellness. Keeping kids moving can even boost brain function, improving their grades along with their muscles. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recommends that all people age 6 and older engage in 60 minutes of daily physical activity. This advice comes as many P.E. programs have been reduced, cut or simply not required. During a break in busy schedules, rather than allowing kids to gravitate toward TV, tablets or the computer, encourage them to stay active with these Children’s Miracle Network Hospitalsapproved tips:
- A great way to build assets for children or loved ones, custodial accounts allow you to manage a minor’s assets and investments. The account will be in the child’s name and Social Security number, but it cannot be accessed until he or she reaches legal age. You act as guardian until the child is old enough and can assume control of the assets. Braxdale offers some tips for creating a college investing strategy: •Start early. Even a small amount set aside each month allows your money to start working for you long before the first tuition bill arrives. •Set goals, including the total you want to have saved and how much you will save each year to reach that goal. TD Ameritrade’s College Planner can help with goal setting by helping project how much you’ll need to save to cover expected tuition costs. •Choose an investing vehicle. Decide which type of college investing plan will best help you pursue your goal. • Track your progress. Check regularly on your college investing accounts to see if you’re on track toward meeting your goals. • Consult a qualified tax advisor. Every individual’s tax situation is different, so it is important to consider talking with a qualified tax advisor regarding the particular investment vehicle you choose. TD Ameritrade does not provide tax advice. Keep in mind that there is no guarantee that the investment vehicle you choose will achieve its investment goals. The value of an account will go up or down based on the performance of the underlying investments. When funds are withdrawn, they may have more or less value than the total contributions made to the account.
Understand children’s motivators Recognize that different age groups have different fitness drives, according to the experts at Duke Children’s Hospital in Durham, N.C. For young kids, variety is key. Obstacle courses, scavenger hunts and timed relays keep their bodies and minds active. Teens can stay fit by developing a skill and tracking improvement over time. Help
them set small goals each week and track improvements, so you can both be proud of their progress as the weeks zoom by.
Get active, exercise restraint Keeping kids active is just as much about getting them moving as it is removing mental obstacles, says Meagan Young, a lifestyle program specialist at Janeway Children’s Hospital in Newfoundland, Canada. Setting limits on TV and video games is a good place to start. TV-time tokens - tokens kids earn each day that can be exchanged for TV or computer time - provide kids flexibility and freedom with a structure still in place.
Variety is the spice of life A fun, family-friendly option is to create a communal activity jar. Have each family member write enjoyable activities on a piece of paper and combine them. Check community papers and websites for free, local events to include in the mix. Whenever boredom strikes, pull out the jar to find your family’s next adventure.
Keep it classic and work TO a goal No matter how far technology advances, simple games can’t be
beat. Tug-of-war, tag, Frisbee and hopscotch are classics for a reason: they’ve stood the test of time. Consider daily variety and a long-term goal, says the staff at Central Lynchburg General Hospital in Lynchburg, Va. If you face resistance from your child, start with 15 minutes and gradually increase their daily play. Consider prize categories for the most improved, best “sport” or participation. You might even host a neighborhood play group one night a week to encourage everyone to get active and have fun.
Make participation a family affair One of the best ways to motivate children to stay active is to join them. When mom, dad or other caregivers participate, kids are less likely to turn up their noses. Jump in and play on the jungle gym or put on your running shoes for that rambunctious game of tag. Kids won’t be able to resist, and you’ll be helping them and yourself stay physically fit. By setting a family fitness routine, kids will learn that staying active starts at home. Visit CMNHospitals. org and learn how your local member hospital is keeping kids healthy. Click on the blog for other helpful tips to keep your family active and injury-free. Brandpoint
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Wilson County Bus Schedule: 2013-14 ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATED (STOPS & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE THOUGHOUT THE YEAR) ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS BARNES
KASEY CIR 7:00 AM M L KING JR CIR & VICK ST 7:00 AM DAWES DR & E RAILROAD ST 7:01 AM E RAILROAD ST & LINCOLN ST 7:01 AM E RAILROAD ST & BARNES ST 7:02 AM Bus 145 BANKS LANE RD & WEAVER CIR & NC 42 HWY E 7:05 AM TRACEY CT 7:02 AM TUCKER CT & WEAVER CIR & IN CURVE 7:04 AM BUCK BRANCH CIR 7:07 AM 6810 HEFFNER RD 7:08 AM 1720 LIPSCOMB RD 7:14 AM SANDSTONE CT & SOMERSET APTS REEDY BRANCH RD 7:10 AM (1714 LIPSCOMB RD) 7:14 AM Bus 328 LENOIR DR & FIELDCREST RD 7:15 AM 5614 ROCK QUARRY RD 6:47 AM BEACON POINT APTS 7:17 AM FARMER CT & FIELDCREST RD & BOTTOMS DAIRY RD 6:49 AM LENOIR DR 7:17 AM 6535 ROCK QUARRY RD 6:52 AM M L KING JR CIR & Bus 155 MAIN ST 6:56 AM GRAHAM ST & MAIN ST & PINEGROVE 6:56 AM S TUSKEEGEE ST 7:10 AM BROOKFIELD DR & NICKEL DR & COUNTY LINE RD 6:57 AM MINCHEW ST 7:10 AM SHADWELL CT & OLD STANTONSBURG CIR & COUNTY LINE RD 6:57 AM DAVIE ST 7:11 AM ROBBINS RD & LANE ST & ORANGE ST 7:15 AM TOISNOT RD 7:00 AM 8949 ROBBINS RD 7:01 AM M L KING JR PKWY & HILLMAN DR 7:17 AM 6950 REEDY BRANCH RD 7:04 AM 6875 REEDY BRANCH RD 7:05 AM SANDY CREEK DR & GEE LN 7:19 AM ROCK QUARRY RD & COBBLESTONE RD 7:09 AM Bus 277 5719 ROCK QUARRY RD 7:10 AM SNOWDEN DR & 5929 BOTTOMS DAIRY RD 7:11 AM AUGUSTA CIR 7:15 AM 6363 E LANGLEY RD 7:14 AM S TUSKEEGEE ST & CARVER MHP 7:18 AM FREEMAN ST & GARDNERS S TACOMA ST 7:19 AM Bus 116 2101 NC 42 HWY E 6:50 AM Bus 281 LANE ST & 3651 OLD BYNWOOD DR 7:08 AM SHARPSBURG LP 6:54 AM 3703 WEAVER RD 6:56 AM SNOWDEN DR& BIRCHWOOD DR 7:10 AM 3841 WEAVER RD 6:57 AM 3909 WEAVER RD 6:57 AM EAST TRAIL DR & EAST TRAIL DR 7:11 AM 4104 SHAWNEE RD 6:59 AM 1823 EAST TRAIL DR 7:12 AM 4121 SHAWNEE RD 6:59 AM 2201 LANE ST 7:16 AM CHEROKEE RD & M L KING JR PKWY & SHAWNEE RD 6:59 AM BEL AIR 7:17 AM ARAPAHOE RD & 2208 M L KING JR PKWY 7:17 AM IROQUOIS RD 7:01 AM SEMINOLE RD & Bus 289 ARAPAHOE RD 7:01 AM OLD STANTONSBURG RD& 4218 CHINOOK RD 7:02 AM LEWIS ST 7:06 AM YUMA RD & 1819 FARRIOR AVE 7:08 AM CHINOOK RD 7:04 AM CHARLESTON ST & 3956 CHICKASAW CT 7:10 AM WILLS ST 7:11 AM 4043 WEAVER RD 7:12 AM 3304 M L KING JR PKWY 7:15 AM M L KING JR PKWY & Bus 167 6:02 AM IMPERIAL AVE 7:19 AM 6037 WEBB LAKE RD ADVENTURA LN & 6131 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:05 AM FITCH DR 7:20 AM 6866 GOOD NEWS BRIANS DR & CHURCH RD 6:12 AM HOWARD JONES CT 7:24 AM 6670 PINEY GROVE CHURCH RD 6:15 AM 9048 BRIGHT LEAF RD 6:27 AM ELM CITY 8950 ASPEN GROVE CHURCH RD 6:33 AM Bus 159 9215 POCOSIN RD 6:37 AM 6:58 AM 519 GROVE ST 6:04 AM 7517 GLOVER RD 4170 UPCHURCH RD 6:11 AM 7744 BAKERTOWN RD 7:04 AM 4578 UPCHURCH RD 6:13 AM 7522 BAKERTOWN RD 7:05 AM 4626 UPCHURCH RD 6:14 AM 7333 STRICKLAND 4709 ELM CITY RD S 6:16 AM FARM RD 7:13 AM 4679 MATTHEWS RD 6:23 AM 6232 NC 42 HWY E 7:17 AM LAKEVIEW RD & 6311 NC 42 HWY E 7:17 AM WINDSOR RD 6:31 AM 5504 NC 42 HWY E 7:19 AM 4802 REDMON RD 6:38 AM 4874 ROSEBUD Bus 298 CHURCH RD 6:39 AM 7470SHALLINGTONMILLRD 6:28 AM LITTLE FARM RD & 7465 TORY PL 6:32 AM ROSEBUD CHURCH RD 6:40 AM 7343 TORY PL 6:33 AM 6054 BRIDGERSVILLE RD 6:44 AM 6912SHALLINGTONMILLRD 6:36 AM 6449 BOTTOMS DAIRY RD 6:46 AM 6651 TOWN CREEK RD 6:37 AM 7467 JOBE RD 6:52 AM 6669 TOWN CREEK RD 6:39 AM 8148 TOWN CREEK RD 6:52 AM 6801 BRIDGERSVILLE RD 6:43 AM 8454 ORCHARD RD 7:04 AM 5615 WEAVER RD 6:46 AM 5434 WEAVER RD 6:47 AM Bus 292 4512 VARNELL RD 6:52 AM 5023 LAKE WILSON RD 6:29 AM 4437 VARNELL RD 6:53 AM 4821 LAKE WILSON RD 6:31 AM LANDFILL RD & TAMMY 6:59 AM 5248 LINDSEY RD 6:37 AM LANDFILL RD & TREY RD 6:59 AM 6339 JOYNER RD 6:39 AM E US 264 ALT & 4443 W LANGLEY RD 6:40 AM SECOND RD 7:05 AM 6874 STAGECOACH RD 6:46 AM 5114 HOLDENS 6731 CRUMPLER RD 6:51 AM CROSS RD 7:10 AM STAGECOACH RD & 5320 HOLDENS CHADWICK RD 6:54 AM CROSS RD 7:12 AM 6366 HOMESTEAD RD 6:56 AM 5636 CARTER RD 7:13 AM 6070 SHARPE STORE RD 7:00 AM 606 N PARKER ST 7:04 AM Bus 305 DANIEL DR & COBB RD 7:05 AM 6574 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:30 AM DANIEL DR & DANIEL DR 7:06 AM 6622 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:31 AM E MAIN ST & 7263 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:33 AM N RAILROAD ST 7:08 AM 6518 KNIGHTS MILL RD 6:42 AM E CHURCH ST & ELMS DR 7:10 AM 6261 KNIGHTS MILL RD 6:44 AM N BRANCH ST & 6043 HOLDENS E NASH ST 7:11 AM CROSS RD 6:46 AM S BRANCH ST & 5520 JANICE CT 6:53 AM E WILSON ST 7:12 AM 4431 TARTTS MILL RD 6:59 AM TAYLOR ST EC & 4216 TARTTS MILL RD 7:00 AM S BRANCH ST EC 7:12 AM KENT RD & 316 BEAUVUE RD 7:13 AM LARKSPUR RD 7:01 AM SAWDUST RD & Bus 319 LASSITER MILL RD 7:08 AM US 301 HWY N & 4851 SAWDUST RD 7:09 AM JUSTIN TR 6:53 AM 5046 WEBB LAKE RD 7:10 AM M L KING JR CIR & 4611 WEBB LAKE RD 7:15 AM Bus 121 (MIDWAY) EL RAMEY CIR 7:14 AM 1521 BLACK CREEK RD 7:16 AM WASHINGTON ST & N TUSKEEGEE ST 7:18 AM
4504 WEBB LAKE RD
JONES Bus 171 MERCK RD & DRUMMOND DR BLAZING STAR LN & CAM STRADER DR CAM STRADER DR & ASHBROOK DR CYPRESS DR & ASHBROOK DR ASHBROOK DR & RAVEN RIDGE DR 4408 RALEIGH RD PKWY 5547 PACKHOUSE RD 5121 BLOOMERY RD 5404 BLOOMERY RD 6213 LAMM RD 6304 SHILOH CHURCH RD 6944 BRUCE RD 7110 W US 264 ALT 7202 W US 264 ALT 6366 COUNTRYSIDE RD 6404 COUNTRYSIDE RD 6058 FARMWOOD LP 5857 FARMWOOD LP CALEB CT & SANFORD RD 5455 LAMM RD 5231 LAMM RD MAMIE RD & AGNES CT
6:16 AM 6:22 AM 6:23 AM 6:23 AM 6:24 AM 6:27 AM 6:30 AM 6:31 AM 6:33 AM 6:34 AM 6:39 AM 6:44 AM 6:49 AM 6:49 AM 6:56 AM 6:56 AM 6:58 AM 7:01 AM 7:05 AM 7:09 AM 7:10 AM 7:15 AM
Bus 146 6922 GREAT SWAMP LP 6:20 AM 7116 FATE RD 6:22 AM 7146 GREAT SWAMP LP 6:22 AM 6574 PENWRIGHT RD 6:33 AM SLABTOWN RD & N LITCHFIELD RD 6:41 AM SLABTOWN RD & BEAVER DAM RD 6:42 AM 6514 JAYCROSS RD 6:45 AM 6672 JAYCROSS RD 6:47 AM 6718 JAYCROSS RD 6:47 AM 6753 JAYCROSS RD 6:48 AM 6407 JAYCROSS RD 6:50 AM 6307 HOWARD LP 6:59 AM 5205 WHITNEY LN 7:05 AM 5314 CASTLEWOOD DR 7:05 AM CASTLEWOOD DR & FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD 7:05 AM 5216 CASTLEWOOD DR 7:06 AM 5312 EVANSDALE RD 7:08 AM MCLEAN ST & BRANCH ST 7:13 AM 100 CEMETERY ST 7:15 AM 202 CEMETERY ST 7:16 AM
LUCAMA Bus 135 6411 HUCKLEBERRY RD 6:22 AM 7100 HUCKLEBERRY RD 6:32 AM 8412 NEWSOME MILL RD 6:39 AM 9106 LEFTY RD 6:43 AM 9160 FABWHITLEY RD 6:44 AM 9204 FRANK RD 6:52 AM HARRELL STORE RD & RED MAPLE CT 6:57 AM HARRELL STORE RD & EUNICE CT 6:58 AM 7559 LITTLE ROCK CHURCH RD 7:00 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & MONIQUE RD 7:00 AM 7533 TEDDER RD 7:01 AM 7563 TEDDER RD 7:01 AM 7703 TEDDER RD 7:02 AM 7808 TEDDER RD 7:02 AM 7852 TEDDER RD 7:03 AM 7637 TEDDER RD 7:04 AM TEDDER & ROUSE 7:04 AM 7616 POWELL HOOKS RD 7:11 AM 7209 WHEAT SWAMP RD 7:15 AM MABRY LN & LITTLE ROCK CH RD 7:19 AM
Bus 294 ALTHORP DR & GLOUCESTER DR 6:38 AM BELLE MEADE DR & JENNINGS FARM DR 6:41 AM WOLF TRAP DR & DEER PATH DR 6:43 AM 3204 RALEIGH RD PKWY 6:44 AM 2112 BURNSIDE DR 6:47 AM PARKSIDE DR & BURNSIDE DR 6:49 AM COLONIAL AVE & TANGLEWOOD DR 6:50 AM PARKSIDE DR & TANGLEWOOD DR 6:50 AM QUEEN ANNE RD & CHELSEA DR 6:51 AM TANGLEWOOD DR & DOGWOOD LN 6:51 AM STARSHIP LN & JETSTREAM DR 6:57 AM STARSHIP LN & LEAR CT 7:11 AM Bus 156 STARSHIP LN & 5327 US 301 HWY S CITATION CT 7:12 AM 4864 ST MARYS CH. RD 5027 ST MARYS CH. RD 4748ST MARYS CH RD Bus 299 LAMM RD & HARVEST RD 6:33 AM 4760 RAINWATER RD CRANE DR & 4871 RAINWATER RD OLD DAM DR 6:37 AM 5005 ARTIS RD NC 42 HWY W & 5101 ARTIS RD BOYETTE DR 6:40 AM 5408 ST MARYS CH RD NC 42 HWY W & 5056 RAINWATER RD MILLBROOK DR 6:40 AM BOSWELLVILLE RD & NC 42 HWY W & SKYLAND LP WALNUT CREEK DR 6:40 AM RAPER RD & NC 42 HWY W & SKYLAND LP CRANBERRY RIDGE DR 6:41 AM 4443 KENROY RD 2712 FH MANOR 6:44 AM 4551 HUTCHENS RD WINDING RIDGE DR & 6061 BLALOCK RD CRESCENT DR 6:47 AM 6132 BLALOCK RD 3404 BAYBROOKE DR 6:52 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD& WALKER DR & TRACE DR 6:53 AM JUANITA LP BAYBROOKE DR & LITTLE ROCK CH RD & TRACE DR 6:55 AM JUANITA LOOP CHASE RD & NEALSHIRE DR 7:10 AM Bus 161 CHASE RD & DIANNE DR 7:13 AM 7214 UPPER BLACK COLUMBIA AVE & CREEK CHURCH RD FULTON PL 7:15 AM 7328 LEISURE RD CHELSEA DR & 602 W SEVENTH ST COLUMBIA AVE 7:16 AM 620 W SEVENTH ST CHELSEA DR & N WHITLEY DR & SUTTON PL 7:17 AM N WHITLEY DR 3701 ASHBROOK DR 7:20 AM ENGLEWOOD DR& W LINCOLN DR 9016 ST MARYS CH RD LEE WOODARD 7314 NC 581 HWY 8509 FANNIE RD Bus 140 7428 ST MARYS CH RD 4624 LELY RD 6:37 AM 7817 OSCAR LP 4644 LELY RD 6:37 AM 7832 SIMPSON RD JONATHAN CT & 8052 SIMPSON RD WELLONS CT 6:40 AM 8035 WIGGINS MILL RD 7439 WIGGINS MILL RD SCUPPERNONG RD & WELLONS CT 6:40 AM 7126 GREEN FOREST RD 4442 YANK RD 6:47 AM 6362 WIGGINS MILL RD 4215 US 117 HWY 6:49 AM MOBLEY RD & US 117 HWY & GABRIELSWAY PINE TREE CT 6:49 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & 4021 DOROTHY LN 6:51 AM BOULDER DR 3222 LATTICE RD 6:54 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & 4636 FRANK PRICE GRANITE DR CHURCH RD 7:01 AM 4657 FRANK PRICE Bus 286 CHURCH RD 7:01 AM MAIN ST&JOHNSON ST FRANK PRICE CH RD & 6044 LUCAMA RD MALLARD LN 7:01 AM 5457 SCOTT CH RD CARR RD & 5348 SCOTT CH RD GOOSENECK LN 7:03 AM 5524 WIGGINS MILL RD 5330 AKRON LN 7:04 AM 6032 WIGGINS MILL RD CAROLE DR & YANK RD 7:05 AM 7132 ST MARYS CH RD 5214 FRANK PRICE CH RD 7:11 AM 7419 OSCAR LP 5077 COMMUNITY 7007 ST MARYS CH RD GROCERY RD 7:12 AM 7128 OSCAR LP 4558 YANK RD 7:15 AM 6504 ST MARYS CH RD 4527 YANK RD 7:16 AM 6345 ST MARYS CH RD 4536 YANK RD 7:16 AM 6156 ST MARYS CH RD
5658 ST MARYS CH RD 4837 RADFORD RD 4233 SHIRLEY RD BLANCHFIELDS LN & RADFORD RD PINEVIEW ST & LUCAS ST
7:00 AM 7:05 AM 7:08 AM 7:15 AM 7:17 AM
HEARNE Bus 103 700 LIBBY ST 1006 S TARBORO ST 1101 FIRST ST PARK AVE & PARK VIEW ST WARREN ST & HYATT DR VOGUE ST & INDUSTRIAL AVE SAMUEL ST & GREENBRIAR MHP CANAL ST & GREENBRIAR MHP Bus 125 HARPER ST & INDUSTRIAL AVE US 301 HWY N & LEANNIE CIR FOUNTAIN DR & LONDON DR FOUNTAIN DR & CHALK DR Bus 127 428 W GARNER ST 202 W GARNER ST FORREST RD & ANTHONY ST STARMOUNT CIR& PARKVIEW ST W WALNUT ST & DEANS ST Bus 139 WILLIAMS ST & INDUSTRIAL AVE N GOLDSBORO ST & WILLIAMS ST PARK AVE & W SPRUCE ST W WALNUT ST & S BRUTON ST WARREN ST & W WALNUT ST
7:09 AM 7:10 AM 7:11 AM 7:12 AM 7:16 AM 7:13 AM 7:14 AM 7:15 AM
7:00 AM 7:09 AM 7:12 AM 7:12 AM 7:10 AM 7:11 AM 7:12 AM 7:13 AM 7:16 AM
7:50 AM 7:50 AM 7:55 AM 7:56 AM 7:56 AM
Bus 285 FAIRFAX AVE & LAWNDALE DR 7:09 AM CANNON ST & N ROUNTREE ST 7:11 AM ANSON ST & N ROUNTREE ST 7:12 AM GROVE ST & N ROUNTREE ST 7:12 AM BYNUM ST & GROVE ST 7:14 AM COLLEGE CIR & 6:57 AM WINSTEAD ST 7:15 AM COLLEGE CIR & 6:58 AM BYNUM ST 7:16 AM 7:01 AM 207 RALEIGH RD PKWY N 7:17 AM 7:03 AM 7:09 AM VICK 7:09 AM 6:41 AM 6:44 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:46 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:48 AM 6:50 AM 6:53 AM
7:12 AM Bus 134 MANCHESTER ST & 7:13 AM ROUNDTREE AVE 7:01 AM WOODARD AVE & SINGLETARY ST 7:02 AM GAY ST & 6:23 AM MOORE ST 7:04 AM 6:24 AM E BARNES ST & 6:34 AM S PETTIGREW ST 7:07 AM 6:34 AM JONES ST & LAYTON AVE 7:09 AM 6:36 AM BIRCH ST & POPLAR ST 7:12 AM 6:38 AM S JACKSON ST & 6:42 AM W KENAN ST 7:17 AM 6:45 AM E VANCE ST & 6:48 AM N DOUGLAS ST 7:19 AM 6:52 AM OAK AVE & 6:53 AM E VANCE ST 7:19 AM 6:54 AM 6:55 AM Bus 279 7:00 AM HADLEY ST & 7:01 AM ELVIE ST 7:51AM 7:05 AM 814 MANCHESTER ST 7:52 AM 7:09 AM ELVIE ST & NORA ST 7:53 AM RAILROAD ST & ELVIE ST 7:54 AM 7:16 AM CEMETERY ST, 27893 & MAURY ST 7:55 AM 7:19 AM MAURY ST & STEPHENSON ST 7:55 AM 7:19 AM Bus 283 627 E WALNUT ST 7:13 AM 6:36 AM E WALNUT ST & 6:37 AM SIMS ST 7:14 AM 6:40 AM 104 E SPRUCE ST 7:16 AM 6:41 AM MOORE ST & 6:43 AM SUGGS ST 7:18 AM 6:44 AM ELVIE SCHOOL DR & 6:49 AM MOORE ST 7:19 AM 6:52 AM LANE ST & 6:55 AM S POWELL ST 7:22 AM 6:55 AM NEWBERN ST & 6:56 AM ROUNDTREE AVE 7:23 AM 6:57 AM WOODARD AVE & 6:58 AM FINCH ST 7:24 AM
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Wilson County Bus Schedule: 2013-14 ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATED (STOPS & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE THOUGHOUT THE YEAR)
NEW HOPE Bus 133 NC 58 HWY N & SOLARIS DR CONIFER &NC 58 6008 NC 58 HWY N 6033 NC 58 HWY N LAKEHAVEN CT & NC 58 HWY N ADRIAN RD & HORNES CH RD 6009 HORNES CHURCH RD BAKERS CT & HORNES CH RD 5117 NC 58 HWY N NC 58 HWY N & SUMMIT PLACE HUNTING RIDGE RD & BEAR TRAP RD WILD TURKEY CT & PHEASANT DR PHEASANT DR & OTTER RD UPLAND GAME RD & ARCHERS RD
6:42 AM 6:42 AM 6:47 AM 6:47 AM
DILLON LN 7061 MARSH SWAMP RD 6772 FLAT ROCK RD 6834 WINBORNE RD 6709 FLAT ROCK RD 7125 W US 264 ALT 7252 NEVERSON RD 7464 FISH POND RD
6:47 AM 6:51 AM 6:55 AM 6:55 AM 6:56 AM 7:00 AM 7:01 AM 7:12 AM
Bus 169 6:57 AM 5473 NC 42 HWY W 6:37 AM 5441 ERNEST RD 6:40 AM 7:01 AM 5131 ERNEST RD 6:42 AM 5157 ERNEST RD 6:42 AM 7:05 AM 5766 ST ROSE CH. RD 6:49 AM 5509 FILMORE RD 6:51 AM 7:07 AM ST ROSE CH RD & 7:09 AM SHEPHERD RD 6:51 AM ST ROSE CH RD & 7:10 AM WAYSIDE CT 6:51 AM 5339 ST ROSE CH RD 6:52 AM 6:54 AM 7:13 AM 5115 ST ROSE CH RD 5141 ST ROSE CH RD 6:54 AM 7:14 AM 5155 ST ROSE CH RD 6:54 AM 5165 MAMIE RD 6:55 AM 7:16 AM 5216 MAMIE RD 7:00 AM ST ROSE CH RD & 7:16 AM TREE RIDGE CT 7:02 AM 6262 OLD DAVIS RD 7:07 AM Bus 295 6202 OLD DAVIS RD 7:08 AM 4505 SADDLE RUN RD 6:51 AM 5512 OLD RALEIGH RD 7:13 AM 4371 LONDON CH RD 6:53 AM RADIO TOWER RD & WINDFIELD CT & FLOWERS RD 7:15 AM LONDON CH RD 6:56 AM 6370 RADIO TOWER RD 7:16 AM 4657 LAKE WILSON RD 6:58 AM LAKE HILLS DR & Bus 175 FALCONCREST CT 6:59 AM 7054SPRINGFIELDSCHOOLRD 6:20 AM 7314SPRINGFIELDSCHOOLRD 6:22 AM CHANDLER DR & CHIPPENHAM CT 7:01 AM 7604 SPRING HILL CH RD 6:25 AM LITTLE JOHN DR & 8123 SPRING HILL CH RD 6:26 AM SHERWOOD DR 7:05 AM 6043 NC 581 HWY 6:34 AM SHERWOOD DR & 6079 NC 581 HWY 6:34 AM LADY MARIAN RD 7:05 AM 7830 SADIE RD 6:37 AM RASBERRY DR & 8032 NC 42 HWY W 6:43 AM MARTHA LN 7:09 AM 8318 NC 42 HWY W 6:45 AM 3529 SHADOW RIDGE DR 7:10 AM MS KELLY RD & DEWFIELD DR & NC 42 HWY W 6:48 AM 6:51 AM PINEHURST DR 7:13 AM 9521 BATTEN RD 4416 PINEHURST DR 7:14 AM HAWLEY RD & DEWFIELD DR & TRISTON CT 6:56 AM 6:58 AM PINEHURST DR 7:14 AM 9373 HAWLEY RD DEWFIELD DR & 8438 EXUM RD 7:04 AM 7:09 AM DEERCREEK DR 7:15 AM 9166 SHAW RD HATCHER LN & 8711 SHAW RD 7:11 AM DEWFIELD DR 7:15 AM 8726 ARGO PL 7:15 AM 9328 REVELL RD 7:21 AM CLEARBROOK DR & DEERCREEK DR 7:16 AM 9554 REVELL RD 7:23 AM RAMBLEWOOD PL & Bus 309 SOURWOOD RD 7:32 AM 4525 COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:45 AM 8705 REVELL RD 7:36 AM 5017 COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:47 AM REVELL RD & 5038 COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:47 AM RANSOM LN 7:37 AM 7:40 AM 4808 COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:51 AM 6333 NC 581 HWY 4901 PEBBLE BEACH CIR 6:52 AM SPRINGFIELD SCH RD & PEBBLE BEACH CIR & BROOKS RD 7:41 AM WILLOW CREEK DR 6:52 AM BRAME RD & JUDGE RD 7:44 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & MASTERS LN 6:54 AM Bus 296 ST GEORGE S DR & 7546 LEONARD RD 6:16 AM GLENEAGLES LN 6:55 AM 8606 BAILEY RD 6:21 AM 8207 BAILEY RD 6:23 AM ST GEORGES DR & WINGED FOOT LN 6:55 AM 8511 LEVI CT 6:27 AM 7820 BAILEY RD 6:35 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & FOXFIRE LN 6:58 AM 9529NEWSANDYHILLCHRD 6:41 AM 5424 CREPE MYRTLE CT 7:04 AM 8659NEWSANDYHILLCHRD 6:45 AM 5360 PACKHOUSE RD 7:12 AM CRAIGCT& PHEASANT DR & NEWSANDYHILLCHRD 6:48 AM CORNISH CT 7:15 AM 8406NEWSANDYHILLCHRD 6:52 AM 8714HEALTHYPLAINSCHRD 6:53 AM Bus 329 8543HEALTHYPLAINSCHRD 6:54 AM HUDSON RD & NOWELL RD & COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:57 AM NC 581 HWY 6:58 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & 7634 FULGHUM RD 7:03 AM STURBRIDGE DR 6:58 AM 7555 HIGH RD 7:11 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & BOYKIN RD & LEXINGTON DR 7:00 AM GREYMONT CT 7:14 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & BOYKIN RD & NANTUCKET DR 7:00 AM SUNDOWN CT 7:14 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & 7059 BOYKIN RD 7:15 AM PORTSMOUTH DR 7:00 AM 7124 BOYKIN RD 7:15 AM W NASH ST & HART AVE 7:02 AM 7030 BOYKIN RD 7:16 AM IRENE DR & 7615 ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 7:18 AM BRIDGERS ST 7:03 AM WETHERLY DR & WETHERLY DR 7:08 AM STANTONSBURG WETHERLY DR & WHITLOCK DR 7:09 AM Bus 128 WHETSTONE PL & 1819 OAKDALE DR 7:05 AM BRENTWOOD DR 7:10 AM 810 TRINITY DR 7:11 AM ARROWWOOD DR & LILLIAN RD & WYNCLIFF DR 7:11 AM ROBERT RD 7:14 AM INKBERRY CIR & THURSTON DR & ARROWWOOD DR 7:11 AM ROBERT RD 7:15 AM 3637 EAGLE FARM DR 7:12 AM ELIZABETH RD & 4234 GEORGETOWN DR 7:15 AM THURSTON DR 7:16 AM COGHILL DR & THIRD ST & STRATFORD DR 7:17 AM W GARNER ST 7:17 AM 4333 GEORGETOWN DR 7:18 AM THURSTON DR & PARK AVE 7:18 AM
ROCK RIDGE Bus 129 7236 ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 6:35 AM 6964 ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 6:36 AM 6918 SIMS SCH RD 6:38 AM 6947 SIMS SCH RD 6:39 AM HEMLOCK CT & ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 6:42 AM MAIN ST, 27880 & WALL ST 6:42 AM 6705 WALL ST 6:43 AM 7244 FLAT ROCK RD 6:47 AM FLAT ROCK RD &
Bus 148 R B AVE & N SARATOGA RD 6:50 AM 7028 NC 58 HWY S 6:52 AM NC 58 HWY S & CRISP RD 6:57 AM 5042OLDSTANTONSBURGRD 7:01 AM 4764OLDSTANTONSBURGRD 7:02 AM HEATHS GLEN RD & LOCHMERE RD 7:02 AM 4730OLDSTANTONSBURGRD 7:03 AM 4574 EVANSDALE RD 7:04 AM 4725 EVANSDALE RD 7:06 AM 4520 EVANSDALE RD 7:08 AM CARTWHEEL CT &
EVANSDALE RD EVANSDALE RD & BORDEN RD ARCH FINCH RD & EVANSDALE RD WOODBRIDGE RD & MILLROCK RD
CANAL DR & PITTMAN DR 6:52 AM 7:09 AM BYERLY DR & JOEL LN 6:55 AM FRIENDSHIP DR & 7:10 AM FIELDSTREAM DR 6:56 AM WESTSHIRE DR & 7:18 AM WYNCLIFF DR 6:58 AM DAISY LN & Bus 158 SPRINGFLOWER DR 7:03 AM KENNEDY RD & WOODSTREAM DR & WHITE OAK LOOP 6:49 AM SPRINGFLOWER DR 7:03 AM WHITE OAK LOOP & AMMONS DR & WADE RD 6:49 AM TILGHMAN RD 7:06 AM KING RD & TILGHMAN RD & WHITE OAK LOOP 6:50 AM FISHER CT 7:06 AM MIDWAY BETWEEN RANCH TILGHMAN RD & AND STILLWATER 6:54 AM WOODGREEN DR 7:07 AM TOP RIDGE CT & LONG LEAF DR & E US 264 ALT 6:54 AM LONDON CHURCH RD 7:14 AM 5222 E US 264 ALT 6:56 AM 3111 CORBETT AVE 7:16 AM WOODSIDE RD & VALLEYDALE RD 6:58 AM 6542 E US 264 ALT 7:02 AM WINSTEAD 6807 MAIN ST SA 7:03 AM SHANNON RD & Bus 144 E US 264 ALT 7:03 AM 2830 FOREST HILLS LP 7:10 AM 2421 US 301 HWY S 7:13 AM KINGSWOOD CIR & PAGE ST 7:07 AM PATTERSON WAY & HEMPHILL ST & WILCO BLVD 7:14 AM MINSHALL AVE 7:15 AM 2212 WILCO BLVD 7:15 AM 103 E GREENWOOD AVE 7:18 AM SANDY RIDGE DR & N WHITLEY ST & WYSTERIA LN 7:15 AM W GREENWOOD AVE 7:18 AM Bus 174 Bus 165 CRYSTAL DR & 7050 JAYCROSS RD 6:07 AM WINDING CREEK DR 7:00 AM 7018 JAYCROSS RD 6:08 AM 506 WALTON ST 7:03 AM 7110 JAYCROSS RD 6:09 AM PIKE ST & SHREVE ST 7:04 AM 600 N SARATOGA RD 6:20 AM CRESTVIEW AVE & N SARATOGA RD & MC NAIR ST 7:06 AM DENVER DR 6:20 AM CRESTVIEW AVE & 6649 SPEIGHT SCHOOL RD 6:26 AM SHREVE ST 7:07 AM 6711 SPEIGHT SCHOOL RD 6:26 AM 2505 ST CHRISTOPHER CIR 7:10 AM 6511 SPEIGHT SCHOOL RD 6:27 AM GLENDALE DR & 8030 PINEY GROVE CH RD 6:38 AM WILLOWBROOK LN 7:12 AM 7:15 AM 8155 EAST FORK RD 6:39 AM 2503 DOWNING ST 8202 ROGERS ST 6:45 AM GLENDALE DR & 8401 TYSON FARM RD 6:46 AM BAREFOOT PK LN 7:15 AM 8260 STANCIL TOWN RD 7:04 AM SILVER LEAF RD & 7671 NC 58 HWY S 7:12 AM HUNTER ST 7:16 AM TUNSTALL PL & REDWOOD DR 7:17 AM VINSON-BYNUM SMALLWOOD ST & CANDLEWOOD DR 7:18 AM Bus 128 RAND RD & DOVER ST 7:01 AM CRESCENT DR & DELWOOD DR 7:02 AM MIDDLE SCHOOLS 1807 WINDSOR ST 7:03 AM GLENDALE DR & HILLCREST DR 7:07 AM DARDEN GLENDALE DR & WOODSIDE DR 7:08 AM Bus 105 MEADOWBROOK LN & NICKEL DR & WESTWOOD AVE 7:09 AM MINCHEW ST 7:15 AM OLD STANTONSBURG CIR & WOODSIDE DR & VALLEY DALE ST 7:10 AM DAVIE ST 7:16 AM OLD STANTONSBURG RD & Bus 154 LEWIS ST 7:20 AM AIRPORT BLVD & CHARLESTON ST & MARGUERITE LN 6:56 AM WILLS ST 7:22 AM PEAR TREE CT & 3304 M L KING JR PKWY 7:26 AM JAYNE LN 6:57 AM M L KING JR PKWY & LANCASTER RD & FITCH DR 7:31 AM STEDMAN DR 6:59 AM M L KING JR PKWY & LANCASTER RD & HOWARD JONES CT 7:31 AM SUMMERFIELD DR 6:59 AM BUCKINGHAM RD & SUMMERFIELD DR 7:00 AM Bus 121 BUCKINGHAM RD & SOMMERSET APTS 7:36 AM STEDMAN DR 7:01 AM HUNTER ST & EAGLE CHASE DR & SILVER LEAF RD 7:45 AM W NASH ST 7:04 AM SMALLWOOD ST & W NASH ST & CANDLEWOOD DR 7:47 AM MERRILLS PK DR 7:04 AM OLD STANTONSBURG RD & CANAL DR & EL RAMEY CIR 7:54 AM NOTTINGHAM RD 7:06 AM BIRCHWOOD DR & BROOK LN & EAST TRAIL DR 7:55 AM LANCASTER RD 7:07 AM SNOWDEN DR & 2606 WESTMINSTER DR 7:08 AM BIRCHWOOD DR 7:55 AM CHRISTOPHER DR & N TACOMA ST & LANDRUM DR 7:10 AM CAROLINA ST 8:00 AM WESCOTT DR & NC 42 HWY E & CHRISTOPHER DR 7:11 AM BANKS LANE RD 8:04 AM TUCKER CT & Bus 304 BUCK BRANCH CIR 8:06 AM 3407 QUEENSFERRY DR 6:59 AM YORKSHIRE DR & Bus 134 APPLEBERRY CT 6:59 AM MEADOW ST & EDINBURGH DR & BRIGGS ST 8:04 AM QUEENSFERRY DR 7:01 AM MEADOW ST & 909 PARKSIDE DR 7:02 AM RANDOLPH ST 8:04 AM GARRETT DR & AYCOCK ST, 27893 & DRYDEN PL 7:04 AM MEADOW ST 8:05 AM 1116 COURTLAND DR 7:08 AM CAROLEE ST & 1215 PEACHTREE RD 7:10 AM WILCO BLVD 8:08 AM PEACHTREE RD & SANDY RIDGE DR & ROBIN HILL RD 7:11 AM WYSTERIA LN 8:08 AM 1005 ENSWORTH RD 7:12 AM 1821 FARRIOR AVE 8:14 AM 1019 LAKESIDE DR 7:14 AM 2003 BLACK CREEK RD 8:14 AM 906 LAKESIDE DR 7:14 AM 937 RALEIGH RD PKWY S 7:16 AM Bus 145 FAIRVIEW AVE & SAULS ST 7:28 AM WELLS FAIRVIEW AVE & SELMA ST 7:29 AM Bus 118 DEWEY ST & CANAL DR & MERCER ST, 27893 7:30 AM PITTMAN DR 3:20 PM STADIUM ST & 1900 CANAL DR 6:43 AM CHURCHILL AVE 7:32 AM FOXCROFT RD & 1007 S TARBORO ST 7:33 AM RIDGE RD 6:47 AM BUCKINGHAM RD & Bus 277 BUCKINGHAM CIR 6:48 AM ELLIS ST &
S GOLDSBORO ST DOWNING ST & BELMONT AVE DOWNING ST& MOSBY ST BELMONT AVE & BARRON ST MACON ST & BARNHILL ST SCHOOL: DARDEN
7:29 AM 7:30 AM 7:31 AM 7:34 AM 7:37 AM 7:44 AM
Bus 289 2201 LANE ST 8:03 AM LANE ST & BYNWOOD DR 8:05 AM ORANGE ST & LANE ST 8:06 AM CARVER MHP 8:07 AM FREEMAN ST & S TACOMA ST 8:08 AM SANDY CREEK DR & GEE LN 8:11 AM Bus 327 2312 DOWNING ST CRYSTAL DR & WINDING CREEK DR DOWNING ST & GLENDALE PK LN GLENDALE DR & TRULL GLENDALE DR & BAYLEAF CIR ST CHRISTOPHER CIR & HORTON BLVD CRESTVIEW AVE & WOMBLE ST WALTON ST & WINOCA RD 2712 F H MANOR 2812 US 301 HWY S STODDARD RD & SUNNYBROOK RD 2525 US 301 HWY S 2421 US 301 HWY S
7:54 AM 7:55 AM 7:56 AM 7:56 AM 7:57 AM 7:58 AM 8:00 AM 8:02 AM 8:07 AM 8:13 AM 8:16 AM 8:18 AM 8:19 AM
ELM CITY MIDDLE Bus 107 LAKE HILLS DR & LAKE WILSON RD LAKE WILSON RD & SADDLE RUN RD 4314 DEER CREEK DR DEWFIELD DR & DEER CREEK DR DEWFIELD DR & HATCHER LN PINEHURST DR & DEWFIELD DR DEWFIELD DR & PINEHURST DR ANDREA CT & PHILLIPS RD 3008 ELIZA PL 4230 WESTERLY CT 4578 UPCHURCH RD AARON LN & UPCHURCH RD ELM CITY RD S & UPCHURCH RD LYNNHAVEN DR & LEO DR W NASH ST, 27822 & COBB DR
7:18 AM 7:18 AM 7:19 AM 7:20 AM 7:21 AM 7:21 AM 7:50 AM 7:52 AM 7:53 AM 8:01 AM 8:05 AM 8:05 AM 8:07 AM 8:11 AM 8:13 AM
Bus 142 AIRPORT BLVD & BELL ST 7:17 AM STARSHIP LN & LEAR CT 7:17 AM STARSHIP LN & CITATION CT 7:18 AM STARSHIP LN & JETSTREAM DR 7:18 AM WINDSOR RD & LAKEVIEW RD 7:38 AM 4813 LAKEVIEW RD 7:39 AM 4874 ROSEBUD CH RD 7:46 AM CATTAIL RD & ERVIN PL 7:48 AM 4802 REDMON RD 7:54 AM TOWN CREEK RD & JOBE RD 8:05 AM Bus 162 5654 THOMPSON CHAPEL CHURCH RD 7:33 AM 5413 NC 58 HWY N 7:34 AM 5234 HORNES CH RD 7:36 AM ADRIAN RD & HORNES CHURCH RD 7:37 AM HORNES CHURCH RD & BAKERS CT 7:42 AM SUMMIT PLACE DR & NC 58 HWY N 7:46 AM TRAPPERS RD & RABBIT TRACE 7:49 AM MINK RD & PHEASANT DR 7:51 AM PHEASANT DR & CORNISH CT 7:52 AM NC 58 HWY N & SOLARIS DR 7:57 AM NC 58 HWY N & LAKEHAVEN CT 7:58 AM 5727 NC 58 HWY N 8:00 AM 5923 NC 58 HWY N 8:01 AM 6008 NC 58 HWY N 8:02 AM 4158 W LANGLEY RD 8:08 AM 4220 W LANGLEY RD 8:08 AM 619 W MAIN ST 8:12 AM
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Wilson County Bus Schedule: 2013-14 ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATED (STOPS & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE THOUGHOUT THE YEAR)
Bus 284 6363 E LANGLEY RD 7:23 AM 6510 E LANGLEY RD 7:24 AM COBBLESTONE RD & ROCK QUARRY RD 7:28 AM 6314 ROCK QUARRY RD 7:29 AM DAWES DR & VICK ST 7:36 AM MAIN ST, 27878 & WEAVER CIR 7:39 AM SHADWELL CT & COUNTY LINE RD 7:40 AM 8920 ROBBINS RD 7:45 AM 7130 THORNE FARM RD 7:49 AM 7370 HARTS ACRES CT 7:52 AM 7365 THORNE FARM RD 7:55 AM 7441 THORNE FARM RD 7:56 AM 8139 TOWN CREEK RD 8:00 AM 8221 TOWN CREEK RD 8:00 AM 6875 REEDY BRANCH RD 8:01 AM 6945 REEDY BRANCH RD 8:01 AM 8203 TOWN CREEK RD 8:01 AM REEDY BRANCH RD & SANDSTONE CT 8:04 AM 5719 ROCK QUARRY RD 8:07 AM 5860 BOTTOMS DAIRY RD 8:07 AM FARMER CT & BOTTOMS DAIRY RD 8:08 AM 5614 ROCK QUARRY RD 8:10 AM
CHELSEA DR & SUTTON PL 3701 ASHBROOK DR FOREST HILLS RD & CRESCENT DR DOVER ST & RAND RD DOVER ST & LYNN DR 1807 LYNN DR CRESCENT DR & DELWOOD DR CRESCENT DR & OAKDALE DR GLENDALE DR & GARWIN DR GLENDALE DR & CENTRE ST GLENDALE DR & PARKWAY ST GLENDALE DR & HILLCREST DR MEADOWBROOK LN & HILLCREST DR WOODSIDE DR & VALLEY DALE ST
5157 HOLDENS CROSS RD 7:40 AM 7:36 AM 5009 TARTTS MILL RD 7:41 AM 7:39 AM TARTTS MILL RD & HOLDENS CROSS RD 7:41 AM 7:43 AM KENT RD & JONES RD 7:45 AM 7:44 AM LARKSPUR RD & 7:45 AM TARTTS MILL RD 7:47 AM 7:46 AM 4639 LANDFILL RD 7:48 AM LANDFILL RD & 7:48 AM TAMMY LN 7:50 AM LANDFILL RD & TREY RD 7:50 AM 7:49 AM 4151 E US 264 ALT 7:52 AM TOP RIDGE COURT & 7:52 AM E US 264 ALT 7:53 AM 4458 E US 264 ALT 7:54 AM 7:53 AM STILLWATER CT & E US 264 ALT 7:54 AM 7:54 AM WHITE OAK LOOP & KENNEDY RD 7:55 AM 7:55 AM WHITE OAK LOOP & WADE RD 7:56 AM 7:56 AM WHITE OAK LOOP & KING RD 7:59 AM 7:57 AM 5260 E US 264 ALT 8:00 AM E US 264 ALT & WOODSIDE RD 8:02 AM
Bus 168 AIRPORT BLVD & MARGUERITE LN 7:38 AM WESCOTT DR & Bus 308 CHRISTOPHER DR 7:39 AM JUSTIN TR & US 301 HWY N 7:32 AM PEAR TREE CT & J US 301 HWY N & AYNE LN 7:40 AM PINE MEADOWS RD 7:40 AM QUEENSFERRY DR & MAIN ST, 27878 & EDINBURGH DR 7:42 AM PINEGROVE 7:45 AM 2610 WESTMINSTER DR 7:47 AM LINCOLN ST & CHASE RD & DIANNE DR 7:54 AM M.L. KING J CIR 7:47 AM M L KING JR CIR & Bus 174 BARNES ST SH 7:47 AM DEANSST& ML KING JR CIR & WWALNUTST 8:13 AM KASEY CIR 7:48 AM WARREN ST & 6810 HEFFNER RD 7:54 AM WWALNUTST 8:13 AM 6049 HOMESTEAD RD 8:05 AM 510 PARK AVE 8:14 AM 6308 STAGECOACH RD 8:05 AM WKENANST& STAGECOACH RD & SJACKSONST 8:15 AM CHADWICK RD 8:06 AM WARREN ST & HYATT DR 8:17 AM 5429 LINDSEY RD 8:08 AM 414 PARK VIEW ST 8:19 AM 6249 JOYNER RD 8:10 AM Bus 280 Bus 330 E BARNES ST & 4419 LONDON CH RD 7:39 AM S PETTIGREW ST 7:56 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & ROBESON ST & FOXFIRE LN 7:45 AM W REID ST 7:58 AM 4518 COUNTRY CLUB DR 7:50 AM FREEMAN ST & 8:00 AM 5115 COUNTRY CLUB DR 7:53 AM WOODARD AVE 5042 COUNTRY CLUB DR 7:54 AM LANE ST & S POWELL ST 8:01 AM 5015 COUNTRY CLUB DR 7:55 AM SINGLETARY ST & COUNTRY CLUB DR & WOODARD AVE 8:03 AM MASTERS LN 7:56 AM ELVIE ST & PEBBLE BEACH CIR & SINGLETARY ST 8:04 AM DORAL LN 7:59 AM RAILROAD ST & 4911 COUNTRY CLUB DR 8:00 AM ANTHONY MHP 8:05 AM 4802 ST GEORGES DR 8:02 AM 802 LINCOLN ST 8:05 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & NEW ST & NORA ST 8:06 AM PRESTWICK LN 8:03 AM ELVIE SCHOOL DR & MOORE ST 8:07 AM Bus 331 SUGGS ST & 4827 LAKE WILSON RD 7:38 AM S PENDER ST ,27893 8:08 AM 8:09 AM 4657 LAKE WILSON RD 7:39 AM GAY ST & MOORE ST CHANDLER DR & LAYTON AVE & JONES ST 8:12 AM LAKE WILSON RD 7:40 AM Bus 287 GEORGETOWN DR & WINGATE DR 7:44 AM BLAZING STAR LN & GEORGETOWN DR & CAM STRADER DR 7:28 AM COGHILL DR 7:45 AM CAM STRADER DR & COGHILL DR & CAMELLIA DR 7:29 AM STRATFORD DR 7:46 AM CYPRESS DR & 4509 ST ANDREWS DR 7:50 AM ASHBROOK DR 7:30 AM WIMBLEDON DR & RAVEN RIDGE DR & ST ANDREWS DR 7:51 AM ASHBROOK DR 7:31 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & 4408 RALEIGH RD PKWY 7:34 AM NANTUCKET DR 7:54 AM 5133 BLOOMERY RD 7:37 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & 5362 BLOOMERY RD 7:38 AM STURBRIDGE DR 7:55 AM 6213 LAMM RD 7:40 AM NANTUCKET DR & 6344 SHILOH CH RD 7:44 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR 7:56 AM SHILOH CH RD & VISTA RD 7:45 AM W NASH ST, 27893 & 6944 BRUCE RD 7:50 AM BELAND AVE 7:58 AM 6370 COUNTRYSIDE RD 7:55 AM N PARKER ST & 6134 COUNTRYSIDE RD 7:57 AM DANIEL DR 8:10 AM CALEB CT & 600 N PARKER ST 8:11 AM SANFORD RD 7:59 AM DANIEL DR EC & FARMWOOD LP & DAVID LN 8:12 AM CALLIE CT 8:01 AM Bus 297 MAURY ST & STEPHENSON ST 8:01 AM Bus 154 PHILLIP ST & SIMS ST 8:07 AM 937 RALEIGH RD PKWY S 7:59 AM E WALNUT ST & SIMS ST 8:10 AM THURSTON DR & LILLIAN RD 8:02 AM Bus 325 LILLIAN RD & MERCK RD & ROBERT RD 8:03 AM BROOKFIELD DR 7:38 AM THURSTON DR & CRANE DR & ROBERT RD 8:04 AM OLD DAM DR 7:43 AM THURSTON DR & BOYETTE DR & ELIZABETH RD 8:05 AM NC 42 HWY W 7:45 AM JEFFERSON ST & MILLBROOK DR & THIRD ST 8:07 AM NC 42 HWY W 7:45 AM PARK AVE & FORREST RD 8:07 AM NC 42 HWY W & EMORY ST & LIBBY ST 8:09 AM WALNUT CREEK DR 7:46 AM 1212 S TARBORO ST 8:10 AM 2712 F H MANOR 7:49 AM TRACE DR WALKER DR 7:55 AM Bus 164 BAYBROOKE DR & 3410 BELLE MEADE DR 7:28 AM TRACE DR 7:56 AM BELLE MEADE DR & 3717 GLOUCESTER DR 8:04 AM JENNINGS FARM DR 7:29 AM WOLF TRAP DR & DEER PATH DR 7:30 AM SPEIGHT COLUMBIA AVE & FULTON PL 7:34 AM Bus 106 CHELSEA DR & SECOND RD & COLUMBIA AVE 7:35 AM E US 264 ALT 7:36 AM FOREST HILLS
Bus 119 3657 OLD SHARPSBURG LP 3644 WEAVER RD 3736 WEAVER RD 3841 WEAVER RD CHEROKEE RD & SHAWNEE RD SHAWNEE RD & ARAPAHOE RD SEMINOLE RD & ARAPAHOE RD CHINOOK RD & YUMA RD PIUTE RD & CHICKASAW CT 4043 WEAVER RD 4156 WEAVER RD 4512 VARNELL RD 4131 NC 42 HWY E KENT RD & LARKSPUR RD 4515 WEBB LAKE RD 4621 WEBB LAKE RD 4851 SAWDUST RD 4938 SAWDUST RD SAWDUST RD & LASSITER MILL RD
7:25 AM 7:26 AM 7:27 AM 7:28 AM 7:29 AM 7:31 AM 7:32 AM 7:35 AM 7:39 AM 7:43 AM 7:44 AM 7:46 AM 7:48 AM 7:49 AM 7:54 AM 7:54 AM 7:55 AM 7:56 AM 7:56 AM
Bus 131 MCLEAN ST & BRANCH ST 7:10 AM DEER TRAIL LN & CRAWFORD LN 7:14 AM MINSHEW ST & CHURCH ST 7:15 AM 111 CHURCH ST 7:16 AM 6434 PERRY RD 7:23 AM 7044 GREAT SWAMP LP 7:26 AM 7146 GREAT SWAMP LP 7:26 AM 6116 MORNINGSIDE RD 7:34 AM 6660 PENWRIGHT RD 7:43 AM N LITCHFIELD RD & SLABTOWN RD 7:46 AM SLABTOWN RD & BEAVER DAM RD 7:55 AM 6665 JAYCROSS RD 7:59 AM 6718 JAYCROSS RD 7:59 AM 7018 JAYCROSS RD 8:01 AM 7138 JAYCROSS RD 8:02 AM 7817 PELT RD 8:04 AM Bus 136 4547 EVANSDALE RD 4721 EVANSDALE RD 5210 EVANSDALE RD 4745 YANK RD 4543 YANK RD 4624 LELY RD SCUPPERNONG RD & WELLONS CT PINE TREE CT & US 117 HWY 4514 FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD 4545 FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD 4636 FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD HATHAWAY RD & FRANK PRICE CH RD 4916 FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD MALLARD LN & FRANK PRICE CH RD CARR RD & GOOSENECK LN MILL BRANCH DR & YANK RD YANK RD & AKRON LN 4927 YANK RD 5050 YANK RD 5075 COMMUNITY GROCERY RD 5218 FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD
7:24 AM 7:25 AM 7:28 AM 7:33 AM 7:35 AM 7:41 AM 7:44 AM
6671 GOOD NEWS CH RD 7:37 AM 7227 NC 222 HWY 7:41 AM CHURCH ST, 27873 & PAGE ST 7:42 AM 6735 MAIN ST ,27873 7:43 AM 6812 MAIN ST ,27873 7:43 AM 6554 E US 264 ALT 7:44 AM SHANNON RD & E US 264 ALT 7:44 AM 6407 GRIMSLEY STORE RD 7:47 AM GRIMSLEY STORE RD & CRISP RD 7:59 AM Bus 147 GARDNERS SCH RD & PITT ST 6:19 AM 8950 ASPEN GROVE CH RD 6:36 AM 6622 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:52 AM 6503 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:53 AM 7743 BAKERTOWN RD 7:01 AM 7630 BAKERTOWN RD 7:02 AM 6424 TOWN CREEK RD 7:08 AM 6510 TOWN CREEK RD 7:09 AM 6801 BRIDGERSVILLE RD 7:10 AM 6677 TOWN CREEK RD 7:16 AM 7470 SHALLINGTON MILL RD 7:20 AM 7333 STRICKLAND FARM RD 7:29 AM 7022 NC 42 HWY E 7:32 AM 6311 NC 42 HWY E 7:33 AM 6232 NC 42 HWY E 7:34 AM 6061 NC 42 HWY E 7:35 AM 5430 WEAVER RD 7:41 AM 5615 WEAVER RD 7:42 AM 5729 WEAVER RD 7:43 AM 5527 GARDNERS SCH RD 7:46 AM 5636 CARTER RD 7:52 AM 5520 JANICE CT 7:58 AM Bus 275 MILLROCK RD & WOODBRIDGE RD 7:14 AM TYSON DR & S MAIN ST 7:16 AM 111 MOYTON DR 7:17 AM W GREENWOOD AVE & N MAIN ST 7:17 AM R B AVE & N SARATOGA RD 7:18 AM HEMPHILL ST & MINSHALL AVE 7:22 AM 8260 STANCIL TOWN RD 7:32 AM 8041 BARTEE BRIDGE RD 7:47 AM 8401 TYSON FARM RD 7:51 AM CHURCH ST, 27873 & REBECCA ST 7:53 AM 6711 SPEIGHT SCHOOL RD 7:57 AM NC 58 HWY S & CRISP RD 8:05 AM 6238 NC 58 HWY S 8:09 AM Bus 278 3727 M L KING JR PKWY EVANSDALE RD & ARCH FINCH RD EVANSDALE RD & BORDEN RD 4624 OLD STANTONSBURG RD 4101 OLD STANTONSBURG RD CASTLEWOOD DR & FRANK PRICE CH RD WHITLEY LN & CAROLINE DR 6307 HOWARD LP 7135 WOODBRIDGE RD HEATHS GLEN RD & LOCHMERE RD LOCHMERE RD & DRAKEMOOR RD 5259 OLD STANTONSBURG RD
7:23 AM 7:32 AM 7:32 AM 7:34 AM 7:39 AM 7:48 AM 7:49 AM 7:56 AM 8:02 AM 8:10 AM 8:10 AM 8:13 AM
Bus 126 7:50 AM 6553 BOYKIN RD 7:10 AM 7030 BOYKIN RD 7:11 AM 7:53 AM 7124 BOYKIN RD 7:11 AM BOYKIN RD & 7:53 AM GREYMONT CT 7:12 AM BOYKIN RD & 7:54 AM SUNDOWN CT 7:12 AM JOSHUA WAY & 7:55 AM ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 7:18 AM ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD & 7:56 AM WHEATFIELD LN 7:18 AM HEMLOCK CT & 7:56 AM ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 7:19 AM MAIN ST, 27880 & 7:57 AM SWEETGUM CT 7:20 AM MAIN ST, 27880 & 8:00 AM WALL ST 7:20 AM 8:00 AM WALL RD & WALL ST 7:21 AM 8:01 AM 7124 W US 264 ALT 7:26 AM 7:27 AM 8:01 AM 7214 NEVERSON RD 7236 FLAT ROCK RD 7:31 AM 8:03 AM FLAT ROCK RD & DILLON LN 7:34 AM 8:05 AM MARSH SWAMP RD & NICHOLS CT 7:37 AM Bus 138 7061 MARSH SWAMP RD 7:38 AM 7:40 AM GARDNER ST & MAIN ST 7:02 AM 6646 WINBORNE RD 7646 E US 264 ALT 7:05 AM 7478 FISH POND RD 7:49 AM 7638 PINEY GROVE CH RD 7:10 AM FRANCES RD & EDNA CT 7:50 AM 7:55 AM 6670 PINEY GROVE CH RD 7:14 AM 7555 HIGH RD 7:56 AM 7517 GLOVER RD 7:24 AM 7657 HIGH RD 6318 WEBB LAKE RD 7:29 AM 7304 WILKERSON LOOP 8:00 AM 6473 PLANTERS RD 7:31 AM 7009 ROCK RIDGE 6759 GOOD NEWS CH RD 7:36 AM SCH RD 8:01 AM 6545 GOOD NEWS CH RD 7:37 AM LANDRUSH LN &
ROCK RIDGE SCH RD SID RD & GUY RD
8:01 AM 8:06 AM
Bus 141 LLOYD RD & MOBLEY RD 6:40 AM GABRIELS WAY & MOBLEY RD 6:41 AM LEISURE RD & BOOT CT 6:46 AM 7314 UPPER BLACK CREEK CHURCH RD 6:48 AM HARRELL STORE RD & EUNICE CT 6:50 AM 8122 HARRELL STORE RD 6:51 AM HARRELL STORE RD & RED MAPLE CT 6:52 AM 9112 LEFTY RD 6:55 AM 9008 KIRBY RD 7:01 AM 8977 FRANK RD 7:02 AM 8023 UPPER BLACK CREEK CHURCH RD 7:17 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & MONIQUE RD 7:19 AM 7338 LITTLE ROCK CH RD 7:25 AM 7709 TEDDER RD 7:28 AM TEDDER RD & ROUSE RD 7:28 AM 7808 TEDDER RD 7:29 AM 7616 POWELL HOOKS RD 7:34 AM 7413 POWELL HOOKS RD 7:35 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & CREEKVIEW CT 7:38 AM 6832 WHEAT SWAMP RD 7:39 AM 7102 WHEAT SWAMP RD 7:40 AM 7349 WHEAT SWAMP RD 7:42 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & JUANITA LOOP 7:46 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & JUANITA LP 7:46 AM 6315 LITTLE ROCK CHURCH RD 7:47 AM LITTLE ROCK CHURCH RD & MABRY LN 7:47 AM 6411 HUCKLEBERRY RD 7:58 AM BLALOCK RD & HILL ST, 27851 7:59 AM CAMPBELL ST & MAIN ST ,27851 8:00 AM HILL ST, 27851 & SPRING ST 8:01 AM HILL ST, 27851 & W OAK ST 8:01 AM 5769 ST MARYS CHURCH RD 8:04 AM Bus 152 5845 LLOYD RD 6:37 AM 8053 UPPER BLACK CREEK CHURCH RD 6:52 AM 7169 US 301 HWY S 6:56 AM 7326 US 301 HWY S 7:00 AM 7832 SIMPSON RD 7:05 AM 7703 OSCAR LP 7:06 AM 7817 OSCAR LP 7:06 AM 7626 ST MARYS CHURCH RD 7:09 AM 7073 NC 581 HWY 7:11 AM 6932 NC 581 HWY 7:15 AM 6823 NC 581 HWY 7:21 AM 406 ENGLEWOOD DR 7:26 AM N WHITLEY DR & ENGLEWOOD DR 7:27 AM 9554 REVELL RD 7:29 AM RAMBLEWOOD PL & SOURWOOD RD 7:35 AM 8574 REVELL RD 7:40 AM 6476 NC 581 HWY 7:41 AM 6333 NC 581 HWY 7:43 AM 8630 ARGO PL 7:44 AM 8726 ARGO PL 7:46 AM 9134 SHAW RD 7:52 AM 8761 EXUM RD 7:54 AM NC 581 HWY & JENNA LN 8:00 AM SPRINGFIELD SCH RD & BROOKS RD 8:01 AM BRAME RD & JUDGE RD 8:04 AM Bus 153 6170 ST MARYS CHURCH RD 6345 ST MARYS CHURCH RD 7128 OSCAR LP 7261 ST MARYS CHURCH RD 7469 OSCAR LP GREEN FOREST RD & WIGGINS MILL RD 8027 WIGGINS MILL RD 8123 SPRING HILL CHURCH RD 8217 SPRING HILL CHRUCH RD SPRING HILL CH RD & WIGGINS MILL RD 7014 SPRINGFIELD SCHOOL RD 5005 ARTIS RD 5056 RAINWATER RD 5079 ARTIS RD 5167 ARTIS RD 4701 WIGGINS MILL RD 4350 WIGGINS MILL RD 4233 SHIRLEY RD 4449 OLD RALEIGH RD 5157 ERNEST RD 5246 ERNEST RD 5421 ERNEST RD 5766 ST ROSE CHURCH RD
7:07 AM 7:08 AM 7:14 AM 7:15 AM 7:17 AM 7:21 AM 7:23 AM 7:26 AM 7:26 AM 7:26 AM 7:31 AM 7:41 AM 7:41 AM 7:42 AM 7:43 AM 7:48 AM 7:50 AM 7:51 AM 7:58 AM 8:00 AM 8:01 AM 8:02 AM 8:08 AM
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Wilson County Bus Schedule: 2013-14 ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATED (STOPS & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE THOUGHOUT THE YEAR)
Bus 163 4712 BOSWELLVILLE RD 7:31 AM BOSWELLVILLE RD & SKYLAND LP 7:31 AM 4403 ST MARYS CH RD 7:32 AM 4222 CRAFT LN 7:33 AM 4406 US 301 HWY S 7:37 AM 4551 HUTCHENS RD 7:39 AM 4526 VIRGINIA AVE 7:40 AM 4443 KENROY RD 7:41 AM 5032 BOSWELLVILLE RD 7:46 AM 5027 ST MARYS CH RD 7:48 AM 5421 ST MARYS CH RD 7:50 AM RADFORD RD & BLANCHFIELDS LN 7:51 AM 5327 US 301 HWY S 7:54 AM 6128 BLALOCK RD 7:58 AM 6162 BLALOCK RD 7:59 AM 6264 BLALOCK RD 7:59 AM LITTLE ROCK RD & GRANITE DR 8:00 AM NEWSOME ST & E OAK ST 8:02 AM LUCAS ST & ANTHONY ST 8:04 AM JOHNSON ST & MAIN ST ,27851 8:05 AM 6044 LUCAMA RD 8:06 AM 5673 SCOTT CH RD 8:08 AM
LONDON CHURCH RD & LONDON DR 8:12 AM
SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM Bus 121 Bus 143 AYCOCK ST & N CARROLL ST & CRAWFORD ST 6:45 AM FAISON ST 8:01 AM BRIGGS ST & BLAKEWOOD ST & WOODROW ST 6:47 AM MARLOW ST 8:02 AM MEADOW ST & N CARROLL ST & BRIGGS ST 6:47 AM WASHINGTON ST 8:03 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM N POWELL ST & WASHINGTON ST 8:04 AM Bus 134 ATLANTIC ST & HANOVER AVE & WAINWRIGHT AVE 8:05 AM STADIUM ST 6:39 AM N VICK ST & CHURCHILL AVE & ATLANTIC ST 8:05 AM E GARNER ST 6:40 AM E REID ST & E GREEN ST 8:06 AM 713 S TARBORO ST 6:41 AM OAK AVE & E VANCE ST 8:09 AM FAIRVIEW AVE & BRAGG ST & W LEE ST 8:11 AM SAULS ST 6:44 AM MAPLEWOOD AVE & WILSON ST & ELLIS ST 6:45 AM W LEE ST 8:11 AM FAIRVIEW AVE & CHRISTMAN ST 6:46 AM Bus 157 PATTERSON WAY & BUCKINGHAM CIR & WILCO BLVD 6:50 AM BUCKINGHAM RD 7:59 AM SANDY RIDGE DR & NOTTINGHAM RD & WILCO BLVD 6:50 AM RIDGE RD 8:01 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM BUCKINGHAM RD & STEDMAN DR 8:02 AM Bus 145 Bus 276 SUMMERFIELD DR & M L KING JR PKWY & 5007 NC 42 HWY W 7:20 AM LANCASTER RD 8:03 AM IMMPERIAL AVE 6:48 AM 5216 NC 42 HWY W 7:23 AM STEDMAN DR & M L KING PKWY & 8:04 AM FITCH ST 6:49 AM 5912 ST ROSE CH RD 7:24 AM LANCASTER RD 5700 ST ROSE CH RD 7:25 AM CANAL DR & GRACE DR 8:06 AM M L KING PKWY & ST ROSE CH RD & FOXCROFT RD & H JONES CT 6:49 AM SHEPHERD RD 7:26 AM PITTMAN DR 8:07 AM SANDY CREEK DR & ST ROSE CH RD & RUNNYMEADE RD & COTTON CIR 6:50 AM WAYSIDE CT 7:26 AM SURRY RD 8:08 AM SANDY CREEK DR & 5339 ST ROSE CH RD 7:27 AM 2114 HERMITAGE RD 8:10 AM GEE LN 6:51 AM 8:12 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM 5220 ST ROSE CH RD 7:28 AM 1916 CANAL DR 5155 ST ROSE CH RD 7:29 AM 408 ALBERT AVE 8:14 AM 5171 MAMIE RD 7:30 AM HARRISON DR & Bus 155 ST ROSE CH RD & SOMERSET DR 8:17 AM RANDOLPH ST & TREE RIDGE CT 7:32 AM WOODROW ST 6:44 AM RADIO TOWER RD & MEADOW ST & Bus 166 BOYKIN RD 7:39 AM FISHER CT & RANDOLPH ST 6:45 AM 7206 ROCK TILGHMAN RD 7:49 AM DEWEY ST & RIDGE SIMS RD 7:42 AM TILGHMAN RD & DOWNING ST 6:47 AM 7158 ROCK WOODGREEN DR 7:49 AM 805 BELMONT AVE 6:48 AM RIDGE SIMS RD 7:43 AM SHADOW RIDGE DR & SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM 6918 SIMS SCH RD 7:48 AM TILGHMAN RD 7:50 AM SIMS SCH RD & MARTHA LN & Bus 277 TEENY RD 7:56 AM RASBERRY DR 7:52 AM LANE ST & BYNWOOD DR 6:35 AM 6334 RADIO TOWER RD 8:03 AM SHERWOOD DR & LANE ST & ORANGE ST 6:35 AM 7:54 AM MINCHEW ST & 6456 RADIO TOWER RD 8:04 AM LADY MARIAN RD W NASH ST, 27893 & NICKEL DR 6:36 AM MERRILLS PK DR 7:59 AM OLD STANTONSBURG CIR & Bus 317 7640 FULGHUM RD 6:55 AM 2601 W NASH ST, 27893 8:00 AM DAVIE ST 6:38 AM PENNINGTON PL & FIELDSTREAM DR & 5210 EVANSDALE RD 6:50 AM NC 581 HWY 7:00 AM FRIENDSHIP DR 8:02 AM 4659 EVANSDALE RD 6:53 AM NOWELL RD & FIELDSTREAM DR & LOCHMERE RD & NC 581 HWY 7:01 AM JOEL LN 8:02 AM HEATHS GLEN RD 6:56 AM 8606 BAILEY RD 7:05 AM BRENTWOOD DR & SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM BAILEY RD & WESTSHIRE DR 8:03 AM CLEARWATER DR 7:06 AM BRENTWOOD DR & 9129 HOGG RD 7:09 AM WETHERLY DR 8:04 AM Bus 279 7820 BAILEY RD 7:12 AM WYNCLIFF DR & OLD STANTONSBURG RD & 8659 NEW SANDY WHETSTONE PL 8:08 AM LEWIS ST 6:51 AM HILL CHURCH RD 7:13 AM BRENTWOOD DR & OLD STANTONSBURG RD & CRAIG CT & DAISY LN 8:11 AM EL RAMEY CIR 6:52 AM NEW SANDY HILL CH RD 7:16 AM EAST TRAIL & 7966 STOTT RD 7:17 AM Bus 291 BIRCHWOOD DR 6:53 AM CROWELL ST & MAYO ST 7:53 AM 3164 OLD 8406 NEW SANDY HILL CHURCH RD 7:23 AM 609 E VANCE ST 7:54 AM STANTONSBURG RD 6:57 AM 8543 HEALTHY ELBA ST & E GREEN ST 7:55 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM PLAINS CHURCH RD 7:26 AM HACKNEY ST & 8523 LEVI CT 7:31 AM E GREEN ST 7:57 AM Bus 281 W VANCE ST & N PINE ST 7:59 AM 2312 DOWNING ST 6:37 AM MS KELLY RD & NC 42 HWY W 7:43 AM DOWNING ST & 8032 NC 42 HWY W 7:48 AM GLENDALE DR 6:39 AM 7830 SADIE RD 7:54 AM WINDING CREEK DR & 7628 LEONARD RD 8:00 AM HIGH SCHOOLS CRYSTAL DR 6:42 AM NC 42 HWY W & 2503 DOWNING ST 6:43 AM ANGUS RD 8:05 AM SILVER LEAF RD & BEDDINGFIELD HUNTER ST 6:43 AM COCKRAN ST & Bus 105 SMALLWOOD ST 6:46 AM TOISNOT STILLWATER CT & SMALLWOOD ST & E US 264 ALT 6:30 AM CANDLEWOOD DR 6:46 AM Bus 125 TOP RIDGE CT & SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM COLLEGE ST & E US 264 ALT 6:30 AM N ROUNTREE ST 8:02 AM 5012 E US 264 ALT 6:31 AM Bus 283 E LEE ST & WHITE OAK LOOP & GLENDALE DR & N GOLDSBORO ST 8:05 AM KENNEDY RD 6:32 AM WILLOWBROOK LN 6:41 AM N PINE ST & W LEE ST 8:05 AM WHITE OAK LOOP & HORTON BLVD & ST CHRISTOHARPER ST & BEST ST 8:07 AM WADE RD 6:32 AM PHER CIR 2ND DRIVE 6:44 AM HARPER ST & S TACOMA ST & CRESTVIEW AVE & INDUSTRIAL AVE 8:09 AM FREEMAN ST 6:44 AM SHREVE ST 6:47 AM CARVER MHP ENTRANCE 6:45 AM SHREVE ST & POE ST 6:47 AM HERRING AVE & RUANN DR & WALTON ST 6:48 AM HARPER ST 8:09 AM N TACOMA ST & WILLIAMS ST & ATLANTIC ST 6:47 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM N GOLDSBORO ST 8:12 AM Bus 117 Bus 288 Bus 127 LASSITER MILL RD & 5510 CENTRAL RD 6:00AM 708 RALEIGH RD PKWY S 8:04 AM SAWDUST RD 6:00 AM MCLEAN ST & WARREN ST & 4607 WEBB LAKE RD 6:03 AM BRANCH ST ,27813 6:02 AM W KENAN ST 8:06 AM 5058 NC 42 HWY E 6:05 AM CEMETERY ST, 27813 & W KENAN ST & 6801 BRIDGERSVILLE RD 6:07 AM MERCER ST ,27813 6:03 AM DANIEL ST 8:07 AM 6655 TOWN CREEK RD 6:08 AM CRAWFORD LN & W KENAN ST & 6711 TOWN CREEK RD 6:09 AM CHURCH ST ,27813 6:04 AM S BRUTON ST 8:07 AM 7215 SHALLINGTON CHURCH ST, 27813 & W VANCE ST & MILL RD 6:11 AM TOMLINSON ST 6:05 AM N ROUNTREE ST 8:09 AM 7367 TORY PL 6:06 AM 6:12 AM 4628 LELY RD W VANCE ST & HILL ST 8:10 AM 7465 TORY PL 6:13 AM SCUPPERNONG RD & 7470 SHALLINGTON WELLONS CT 6:07 AM Bus 139 MILL RD 6:16 AM 5536 BLALOCK RD 6:08 AM CANAL ST & 7532 SHALLINGTON THOM BAR CT & TOISNOT AVE 8:00 AM MILL RD 6:17 AM GLORY RD 6:10 AM 6:11 AM US 301 HWY N & 7511 BAKERTOWN RD 6:25 AM 5846 ALTON RD 6:15 AM LEANNE CIR 8:08 AM 6108 NC 42 HWY E 6:26 AM 5869 ALTON RD 6:17 AM FOUNTAIN DR & 5729 WEAVER RD 6:28AM 6319 BANANA LP CHALK DR 8:11 AM 5563 WEAVER RD 6:29 AM 6940 GOURD BRANCH RD 6:18 AM 6:35 AM 7032 GREAT SWAMP LP 6:19 AM 1800 LONDON CH RD 8:12 AM 5148 NC 42 HWY E
FATE RD & GREAT SWAMP LP 6:20 AM 6660 PENWRIGHT RD 6:32 AM 6557 SLABTOWN RD 6:35 AM SLABTOWN RD & LITCHFIELD RD N 6:36 AM 6531 JAYCROSS RD 6:39 AM 6730 JAYCROSS RD 6:40 AM 7058 JAYCROSS RD 6:42 AM 7138 JAYCROSS RD 6:43 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM Bus 289 M L KING JR PKWY & HILLMAN DR 6:44 AM 1714 LIPSCOMB RD (SOMMER SET APTS) 6:48 AM 1720 LIPSCOMB RD 6:48 AM FIELDCREST DR & LENOIR DR 6:49 AM BEACON POINT APTS 6:50 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM Bus 300 7638 PINEY GROVE CH RD 6:00 AM 9325 BRIGHT LEAF RD 6:05 AM 6671 GOOD NEWS CH RD 6:10 AM 6755 GOOD NEWS CH RD 6:15 AM 7369 GLOVER RD 6:20 AM 6473 PLANTERS RD 6:28 AM 6430 HOLDENS CROSS RD 6:30 AM 6261 KNIGHTS MILL RD 6:38 AM 6402 GARDNERS SCH RD 6:40 AM GARDNERS SCH RD & PITT ST 6:45 AM 6735 MAIN ST ,27873 6:47 AM 6423 GRIMSLEY STORE RD 6:50 AM 4772 OLD STANTONSBURG RD 6:58 AM 4635 OLD STANTONSBURG RD 6:59 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM Bus 318 NC 58 HWY S & CRISP RD 6:08 AM DENVER DR & N SARATOGA RD 6:16 AM 8041 BARTEE BRIDGE RD 6:22 AM APPLEWHITE RD & MINSHALL AVE 6:29 AM 8147 STANCIL TOWN RD 6:38 AM ACADEMY ST, 27883 & MOYTON DR 6:45 AM N SARATOGA RD & E GREENWOOD AVE 6:46 AM R B AVE & N SARATOGA RD 6:46 AM S YELVERTON ST & W COMMERICAL AVE 6:48 AM TYSON DR & S MAIN ST 6:48 AM MILLROCK RD & WOODBRIDGE RD 6:50 AM 7116 WOODBRIDGE RD 6:51 AM 7171 WOODBRIDGE RD 6:51 AM 5242 OLD STANTONSBURG RD 6:57 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM Bus 324 KINGSWOOD CIR & PAGE ST 6:15 AM MAIN ST, 27873 & GARDNER ST 6:16 AM 7363 E US 264 ALT 6:18 AM 7646 E US 264 ALT 6:23 AM 8401 TYSON FARM RD 6:28 AM CHURCH ST, 27873 & BURRESS ST 6:40 AM SHANNON RD & E US 264 ALT 6:43 AM 6501 SPEIGHT SCHOOL RD 6:45 AM 6527 SPEIGHT SCHOOL RD 6:46 AM 5761 GRIMSLEY STORE RD 6:53 AM EVANSDALE RD & ARCH FINCH RD 6:57 AM EVANSDALE RD & BORDEN RD 6:57 AM 4259 EVANSDALE RD 6:58 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM Bus 326 5213 CASTLEWOOD DR 6:14 AM 5212 WHITNEY LN 6:16 AM CARR RD & GOOSENECK LN 6:18 AM AKRON LN & CARR RD 6:19 AM 5010 YANK RD 6:20 AM CAROLE DR & YANK RD 6:21 AM 4927 YANK RD 6:26 AM 4543 YANK RD 6:29 AM US 117 HWY & PINE TREE CT 6:30 AM SUNRISE AVE & SUNNYBROOK RD 6:35 AM STODDARD RD & TARHEEL RD 6:36 AM 4514 FRANK PRICE CH RD 6:45 AM 4636 FRANK PRICE CH RD 6:46 AM FRANK PRICE CH RD & HATHAWAY RD 6:46 AM FRANK PRICE CHURCH RD & MALLARD LN 6:47 AM 5025 COMMUNITY GROCERY RD 6:48 AM 5075 COMMUNITY GROCERY RD 6:48 AM 4729 EVANSDALE RD 6:57 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM
Bus 327 LANDFILL RD & TREY RD 6:09 AM LANDFILL RD & TAMMY LN 6:10 AM 4623 LANDFILL RD 6:11 AM BANKS LANE RD & NC 42 HWY E 6:16 AM NOLAND RD & NC 42 HWY E 6:16 AM 3645 OLD SHARPSBURG LP 6:20 AM 3649 WEAVER RD 6:21 AM SHAWNEE RD & SEMINOLE RD 6:25 AM SHAWNEE RD & ARAPAHOE RD 6:26 AM CHINOOK RD & YUMA RD 6:28 AM PIUTE RD & CHICKASAW CT 6:33 AM 4043 WEAVER RD 6:34 AM 4512 VARNELL RD 6:36 AM 4109 KENT RD 6:39 AM TARTTS MILL RD & KENT RD 6:40 AM 5003 TARTTS MILL RD 6:44 AM 4151 E US 264 ALT 6:48 AM 3214 M L KING JR PKWY 6:52 AM SCHOOL: BEDDINGFIELD 7:00 AM
FIKE Bus 103
1800 LONDON CH RD 1802 FOUNTAIN DR FOUNTAIN DR & CHALK DR CANAL ST & TOISNOT AVE TOISNOT AVE & SAMUEL ST N GOLDSBORO ST & TOLLY HO MHP WILLIAMS ST & INDUSTRIAL AVE 406 OAK AV (VACANT LOT) N TARBORO ST & W LEE ST W LEE ST & HILL ST ,27893 WHITEHEAD AV & WOODARD ST WHITEHEAD AVE & CLARK AVE SCHOOL: FIKE
6:40 AM 6:42 AM 6:42 AM 6:45 AM 6:45 AM 6:47 AM 6:47 AM 6:50 AM 6:52 AM 6:52 AM 6:54 AM 6:54 AM 7:00 AM
BEAR TRAP RD & RABBIT TRACE 6:30 AM BEAR TRAP RD & UPLAND GAME RD 6:30 AM PHEASANT DR & MINK RD 6:31 AM PHEASANT DR & CORNISH CT 6:32 AM HUNTING RIDGE RD & ARCHERS RD 6:33 AM 5577 CREPE MYRTLE CT 6:38 AM NC 58 HWY N & SOLARIS DR 6:46 AM 5519 HORNES CH RD 6:48 AM SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM Bus 125
FAISON ST & N CARROLL ST BLAKEWOOD ST & MARLOW ST N CARROLL ST & QUEEN ST ,27893 N POWELL ST & WASHINGTON ST ATLANTIC ST & N CARROLL S N VICK ST & WASHINGTON ST CROWELL ST & MAYO ST N PINE ST & W VANCE ST BRAGG ST & W VANCE ST W GOLD ST & WINSTEAD ST SCHOOL: FIKE Bus 127
6:43 AM 6:44 AM 6:45 AM 6:47 AM 6:48 AM 6:48 AM 6:50 AM 6:52 AM 6:53 AM 6:55 AM 7:00 AM
W DIXON ST & S PARKER ST 6:33 AM S BRANCH ST EC & E DIXON ST EC 6:34 AM E CHURCH ST & ELMS DR 6:36 AM N PENDER ST, 27822 & E CHURCH ST 6:37 AM 610 N PARKER ST 6:39 AM DANIEL DR & DAVID LN 6:40 AM W NORTH ST EC & N ANDERSON S EC 6:43 AM STOP AT 501 DRIVEWAY ON AMERICAN LEGION RD 6:44 AM LYNNHAVEN DR & LEO DR 6:45 AM W NASH ST, 27822 & COBB DR 6:46 AM
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Wilson County Bus Schedule: 2013-14 ALL TIMES ARE ESTIMATED (STOPS & TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE THOUGHOUT THE YEAR) Bus 154 NC 42 HWY W & OLD DAM DR 6:33 AM NC 42 HWY W & Bus 130 4922 UPCHURCH RD 6:00 AM Bus 170 WALNUT CREEK DR 6:35 AM 5209 SHARON MAIN ST, 27878 & NC 42 HWY W & ACRES RD 6:03 AM PINEGROVE 6:17 AM CRANBERRY RIDGE DR 6:36 AM 5248 AUTUMN RD 6:08 AM LINCOLN ST & RAND RD & DOVER ST 6:38 AM 6:18 AM OAKDALE DR & 6811 E LANGLEY RD 6:09 AM M L KING JR CIR 7709 TOWN CREEK RD 6:11 AM M L KING JR CIR & CRESCENT DR 6:40 AM TOWN CREEK RD & VICK ST 6:19 AM GLENDALE DR & LA FINCA RD 6:11 AM E RAILROAD ST & B ST 6:21 AM GARWIN DR 6:43 AM JOBE RD & MAIN ST 27878 & GLENDALE DR & TOWN CREEK RD 6:16 AM WEAVER CIR 6:22 AM CENTRE ST 6:44 AM 8213 TOWN CREEK RD 6:17 AM SHADWELL CT & GLENDALE DR & 7175 THORNE COUNTY LINE RD 6:23 AM PARKWAY ST 6:45 AM FARM RD 6:18 AM 6810 HEFFNER RD 6:29 AM GLENDALE DR & 8303 TOWN CREEK RD 6:26 AM 5046 SLEEPY HOLLOW CT 6:45 AM RIDGEWAY ST 6:46 AM 6919 REEDY SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM GLENDALE DR & BRANCH RD 6:29 AM WOODSIDE DR 6:47 AM REEDY BRANCH RD & Bus 285 WOODSIDE DR & SANDSTONE CT 6:31 AM CHANDLER DR & LAKE VALLEY DALE ST 6:49 AM COBBLESTONE RD & WILSON RD (AM ONLY) 6:39 AM HAWTHORNE LN & ROCK QUARRY RD 6:33 AM LAKE WILSON RD & WESTWOOD AVE 6:50 AM FARMER CT & LAKE HILLS DR 6:39 AM CRESCENT DR & BOTTOMS DAIRY RD 6:36 AM SHERWOOD DR & FOREST HILLS RD 6:51 AM 5861 BOTTOMS LADY MARIAN RD 6:41 AM DAIRY RD 6:36 AM ELIZA PL & STEWART DR 6:43 AM Bus 164 6512 E LANGLEY RD 6:40 AM 3002 ANDERSON - ROBESON ST & 6363 E LANGLEY RD 6:41 AM 2ND DRIVEWAY RD 6:44 AM W REID ST 6:39 AM 326 BEAUVUE RD 6:45 AM MARTHA LN & LANE ST & SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM RASBERRY DR 6:45 AM WOODARD AVE 6:41 AM BURKAM CT & MERRICK ST & Bus 139 SHADOW RIDGE DR 6:46 AM SPAULDING ST 6:42 AM ELVIE ST & HADLEY ST 6:43 AM PARK AVE & TILGHMAN RD & W KENAN ST 6:54 AM FISHER CT 6:48 AM WOODARD AVE & W KENAN ST & WOODGREEN DR & SINGLETARY ST 6:44 AM DANIEL ST 6:54 AM TILGHMAN RD 6:48 AM BLACK CREEK RD & BROAD ST & TILGHMAN RD & LINCOLN ST 6:45 AM WARREN ST 6:55 AM AMMONS DR 6:49 AM ELVIE ST & NORA ST 6:46 AM WARREN ST & RALEIGH RD PKWY N & W KENAN ST 6:55 AM W LEE ST 6:53 AM Bus 168 SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM THISTLE DR & ASHBROOK DR 6:36 AM Bus 143 Bus 291 RAVEN RIDGE DR & CANAL DR & GEORGETOWN DR & ASHBROOK DR 6:38 AM 6:21 A M STRATFORD DR HERMITAGE RD 6:35 AM AIRPORT BLVD & CANAL DR & COUNTRY CLUB DR & MARGUERITE LN 6:42 AM RUNNYMEADE RD 6:23 AM SEDGEFIELD LN 6:37 AM YORKSHIRE DR & RUNNYMEADE RD & BURNING TREE LN & QUEENSFERRY DR 6:43 AM SURRY RD 6:26 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:39 AM QUEENSFERRY DR & CANAL DR & ST GEORGES DR & EDINBURGH DR 6:44 AM GRACE DR 6:27 AM WINGED FOOT LN 6:43 AM CHRISTOPHER DR & FOXCROFT RD & COUNTRY CLUB DR & LANDRUM DR 6:47 AM RIDGE RD 6:27 AM GREENBRIER LN 6:44 AM WESTMINSTER DR & NOTTINGHAM RD & PEBBLE BEACH CIR & LANCASTER RD 6:48 AM BUCKINGHAM RD 6:28 AM WILLOW CREEK DR 6:45 AM CHRISTOPHER DR & BARKLEY DR & PRESTWICK LN & JAYNE LN 6:51 AM RIDGE RD 6:29 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:47 AM NOTTINGHAM RD & DEWFIELD DR & Bus 173 RIDGE RD 6:29 AM PINEHURST DR 6:48 AM 5721 LLOYD RD 6:00 AM STEDMAN DR & DEWFIELD DR & 7054 SPRINGFIELD LANCASTER RD 6:31 AM BOB WHITE TR 6:49 AM SCHOOL RD 6:08 AM STEDMAN DR & DEWFIELD DR & GREEN FOREST RD & BUCKINGHAM RD 6:32 AM PINEHURST DR 6:49 AM WIGGINS MILL RD 6:11 AM KAVANAUGH RD & DEWFIELD DR & WIGGINS MILL RD & SUMMERFIELD DR 6:33 AM DEER CREEK DR 6:50 AM TOBIANO CT 6:14 AM IRENE DR & W NASH ST, 27893 & SPRING HILL CHURCH RD & 6:15 AM BRIDGERS ST 6:34 AM MERRILLS PARK DR 6:53 AM WIGGINS MILL RD NC 58 HWY N & ARROWWOOD DR & 8056 SPRING LAKE HAVEN CT 6:39 AM WYNCLIFF DR 6:55 AM HILL CHURCH RD 6:16 AM NC 58 HWY N & BRENTWOOD DR & SPRINGFIELD SCH RD & SUMMITT PL 6:43 AM WETHERLY DR 6:56 AM BROOKS RD 6:21 AM NANTUCKET DR & WESTSHIRE DR & NC 581 HWY & JENNA LN 6:22 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:45 AM BRENTWOOD DR 6:56 AM 6002 NC 581 HWY 6:23 AM STURBRIDGE DR & BRENTWOOD DR & 8711 EXUM RD 6:28 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR 6:46 AM FRIENDSHIP DR 6:57 AM 9134 SHAW RD 6:32 AM COUNTRY CLUB DR & BRENTWOOD DR & 8726 ARGO PL 6:37 AM NANTUCKET DR 6:48 AM DAISY LN 6:58 AM BRAME RD & JUDGE RD 6:44 AM STARSHIP LN & SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM BRAME RD & GLENN RD 6:45 AM CITATION CT 6:52 AM ANGUS RD & STARSHIP LN & NC 42 HWY W 6:46 AM JETSTREAM DR 6:53 AM GOV HUNT RD & GUY RD 6:50 AM SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM HUNT Bus 174 Bus 157 Bus 120 PARK VIEW ST & 4162 W LANGLEY RD 6:22 AM NC 42 HWY W & STARMOUNT CIR 6:49 AM 6110 SHARPE STORE RD 6:28 AM BOYETTE DR 6:33 AM NC 42 HWY W & 6353 HOMESTEAD RD 6:32 AM POPLAR ST & BIRCH ST 6:41 AM TRACE DR 6:55 AM 5433 LINDSEY RD 6:37 AM E WALNUT ST & SIMS ST 6:44 AM LAKE WILSON RD & Bus 274 CURVE RD 6:45 AM Bus 128 5027 ST MARYS CH RD 6:07 AM 4817 LAKE WILSON RD 6:47 AM SUGGS ST & 6809 WHEAT SWAMP RD 6:14 AM 4270 WESTERLY CT 6:49 AM EDWARDS ST 6:35 AM 7209 WHEAT SWAMP RD 6:17 AM 3830 LONDON CH RD 6:54 AM NEW ST & NORA ST 6:37 AM 7310 WHEAT SWAMP RD 6:18 AM LONDON CH RD & GAY ST & MOORE ST 6:40 AM 7404 ATKINSON RD 6:19 AM LONG LEAF DR 6:54 AM LAYTON AVE & JONES ST 6:43 AM 7404 ATKINSON RD 6:20 AM SCHOOL: FIKE 7:00 AM W KENAN ST & 7161 POWELL HOOKS RD 6:22 AM S JACKSON ST 6:46 AM 7525 HUCKLEBERRY RD 6:27 AM Bus 166 PARK AVE & 7338 LITTLE 4450 ROSEBUD CH RD 6:11 AM W SPRUCE ST 6:47 AM ROCK CHURCH RD 6:29 AM LAKEVIEW RD & LIBBY ST & EMORY ST 6:49 AM LITTLE ROCK CHURCH RD & WINDSOR RD 6:13 AM MONIQUE RD 6:32 AM 7563 TEDDER RD 6:33 AM 4813 LAKEVIEW RD 6:15 AM Bus 144 7936 TEDDER RD 6:37 AM 4862 REDMON RD 6:21 AM THURSTON DR & 5035 REDMON RD 6:22 AM LILLIAN RD 6:47 AM ROUSE RD & TEDDER RD 6:38 AM 4915 ROSEBUD CH RD 6:26 AM LILLIAN RD & LITTLE ROCK CH RD & LITTLE FARM RD & ROBERT RD 6:48 AM GRANITE DR 6:45 AM ROSEBUD CHURCH RD 6:28 AM THURSTON DR & 5353 US 301 HWY S 6:47 AM 4709 MATTHEWS RD 6:34 AM ELIZABETH RD 6:52 AM 6:49 AM 5203 RADFORD RD HARPER ST & BEST ST 6:46 AM W GARNER ST & 4701 WIGGINS MILL RD 6:54 AM E GOLD ST & BENTON ST 6:47 AM THIRD ST 6:50 AM Bus 280 HACKNEY ST & E GREEN ST 6:49 AM CHASE RD & DIANNE DR 6:41 AM 605 W MAIN ST SCHOOL: FIKE
6:47 AM 7:00 AM
N DOUGLAS ST & E VANCE ST SCHOOL: FIKE
6:50 AM 7:00 AM
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7421 MARSH SWAMP RD 6:41 AM MARSH SWAMP RD & NICHOLS CT 6:41 AM 6:45 AM BOYKIN RD & 6:47 AM GREYMONT CT 6:46 AM 7124 BOYKIN RD 6:47 AM 6:51 AM BOYKIN RD & SUNDOWN CT 6:47 AM 6:53 AM 7400 ROCK 6:54 AM RIDGE SIMS RD 6:50 AM 7230 ROCK Bus 287 RIDGE SIMS RD 6:51 AM CAM STRADER DR & ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD & CAMELLIA DR 6:21 AM LEIGH CT 6:51 AM 4408 RALEIGH RD PKWY 6:25 AM 6322 OLD RALEIGH RD 6:52 AM 5547 PACKHOUSE RD 6:28 AM 5353 PACKHOUSE RD 6:29 AM Bus 304 5339 BLOOMERY RD 6:35 AM 5202 ERNEST RD 6:32 AM 6:34 AM 5612 BLOOMERY RD 6:37 AM 5421 ERNEST RD FARMWOOD LP & 5700 ST ROSE SANFORD RD 6:43 AM CHURCH RD 6:38 AM 6400 COUNTRYSIDE RD 6:49 AM ST ROSE CHURCH RD & WAYSIDE CT 6:40 AM ST ROSE CH RD & Bus 290 5056 RAINWATER RD 6:29 AM SHEPHERD RD 6:42 AM 4871 RAINWATER RD 6:30 AM 6334 RADIO TOWER RD 6:48 AM RAINWATER RD & 6107 FLOWERS RD 6:49 AM ARTIS RD 6:35 AM 4748 ST MARYS Bus 307 CHURCH RD 6:37 AM 6013 LUCAMA RD 6:27 AM 5167 ARTIS RD 6:39 AM 6074 LUCAMA RD 6:28 AM 5101 ARTIS RD 6:40 AM 202 US 301 HWY S 6:29 AM 5026 BOSWELLVILLE RD 6:43 AM MAIN ST, 27851 & BOSWELLVILLE RD & JOHNSON ST 6:29 AM KENROY RD 6:46 AM GABRIELS WAY & BOSWELLVILLE RD & MOBLEY RD 6:31 AM 6:36 AM SKYLAND LP 6:47 AM 7321 LEISURE RD 4215 WIGGINS MILL RD 6:50 AM 7543 AYCOCKS 4021 WIGGINS MILL RD 6:52 AM CROSSING RD 6:38 AM 4228 SHIRLEY RD 6:55 AM 7817 OSCAR LP 6:40 AM 4270 DOWNING RD 6:55 AM 7478 OSCAR LP 6:41 AM 7427 OSCAR LP 6:42 AM Bus 293 7362 OSCAR LP 6:43 AM OAKDALE RD & 6170 ST MARYS CH RD 6:48 AM QUAKER RD 6:00 AM 5673 SCOTT CH RD 6:49 AM 5650 ST MARYS CHURCH RD 6:02 AM Bus 310 8171 SIMPSON RD 6:12 AM 8077 HARRELL STORE RD 6:00 AM 9016 ST MARYS 8122 HARRELL STORE RD 6:01 AM CHURCH RD 6:15 AM 8344 HARRELL STORE RD 6:02 AM ST MARYS CH RD & RED MAPLE CT & W LINCOLN DR 6:18 AM HARRELL STORE RD 6:02 AM 8412 NEWSOME MILL RD 6:25 AM FRANK RD & KIRBY RD 6:08 AM 7327 US 301 HWY S 6:32 AM 9009 KIRBY RD 6:09 AM JUANITA LOOP & 9160 FABWHITLEY RD 6:13 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD 6:41 AM 9702 REVELL RD 6:25 AM LITTLE ROCK CH RD & 9554 REVELL RD 6:26 AM MABRY LN 6:42 AM RAMBLEWOOD PL & 6301 LITTLE SOURWOOD RD 6:27 AM ROCK CHURCH RD 6:43 AM 9469 REVELL RD 6:32 AM 810 LITTLE ROCK RANSOM LN & CHURCH RD 6:43 AM REVELL RD 6:36 AM CAMPBELL ST & 8217 SPRING MAIN ST ,27851 6:45 AM HILL CHURCH RD 6:43 AM W OAK ST & HILL ST ,27851 6:46 AM Bus 313 LUCAS ST & 7830 SADIE RD 6:00 AM ANTHONY ST 6:48 AM HAWLEY RD & TRISTON CT 6:08 AM Bus 297 5563 NC 581 HWY 6:14 AM W WALNUT ST & 8606 BAILEY RD 6:17 AM WESTOVER AVE 6:42 AM BAILEY RD & W HINES ST & CLEARWATER DR 6:18 AM 6:19 AM S ROUNTREE ST 6:43 AM 9407 HOGG RD WARREN ST & 9129 HOGG RD 6:21 AM S BRUTON ST 6:44 AM BUNN RD & EATCHEL CT 6:25 AM WARREN ST & HYATT DR 6:45 AM 9035 NEW SANDY THURSTON DR & HILL CH RD 6:27 AM THIRD ST 6:48 AM CRAIG CT & FORREST RD & PARK AVE 6:49 AM NEW SANDY HILL CH RD 6:31 AM 6:37 AM W GARNER ST & FIRST ST 6:50 AM 7539 FRANCES RD 7807 HEALTHY Bus 302 PLAINS CHURCH RD 6:40 AM 5339 ST ROSE NC 581 HWY & CHURCH RD 6:00 AM PENNINGTON PL 6:43 AM 5171 MAMIE RD 6:01 AM 7615 FULGHUM RD 6:48 AM 4912 ST ROSE 7120 ROCK CHURCH RD 6:02AM RIDGE SCH RD 6:51 AM 5119 ST ROSE 7228 HEALTHY CHURCH RD 6:03 AM PLAINS CHURCH RD 6:51 AM 5164 ST ROSE 5007 NC 42 HWY W 6:56 AM CHURCH RD 6:04 AM 5219 ST ROSE Bus 325 CHURCH RD 6:07 AM ALTHORP DR & 6245 OLD DAVIS RD 6:09 AM GLOUCESTER DR 6:28 AM 6848 FLAT ROCK RD 6:14 AM JENNINGS FARM DR & ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD & BELLE MEADE DR 6:34 AM JOSHUA WAY 6:19 AM 2132 BEEKMAN PL 6:36 AM 6918 SIMS SCH RD 6:22 AM BURNSIDE DR & HEMLOCK CT & DOGWOOD LN 6:38 AM ROCK RIDGE SIMS RD 6:23 AM PARKSIDE DR & MAIN ST, 27880 & TANGLEWOOD DR 6:40 AM SWEETGUM CT 6:24AM DOGWOOD LN & 6:41 AM 6604 WALL ST 6:26AM TANGLEWOOD DR MAIN ST, 27880 & CLOVERDALE DR & S RAILROAD ST 6:27 AM ROLLINGWOOD DR 6:43 AM 6832 W US 264 ALT 6:29 AM ROLLINGWOOD DR & 7120 W US 264 ALT 6:30 AM WATERFORD DR 6:43 AM 7202 W US 264 ALT 6:31 AM WINDEMERE DR & 7214 NEVERSON RD 6:31 AM BROOKSIDE DR 6:46 AM 7274 NEVERSON RD 6:32 AM 1107 COURTLAND DR 6:47 AM 7536 FLAT ROCK RD 6:35 AM PINE VIEW AVE & DILLON LN & LAKESIDE DR 6:50 AM FLAT ROCK RD 6:39 AM COLUMBIA AVE & FULTON PL CHELSEA DR & SUTTON PL 3701 ASHBROOK DR MERCK RD & DRUMMOND MERCK RD & BROOKFIELD DR 1783 AIRPORT BLVD