Spring 2018 traffic pattern

Spring 2018 traffic pattern on School Road

Effective March 15, School Road will close from the West Peculiar Fire District station to 195th Street for construction. Detour signs will be posted. This final phase of School Road improvements is projected to last about three months. The project is under the direction of the City of Peculiar and Cass County.

The Raymore-Peculiar School District has established traffic pattern guidelines to help traffic flow during construction:

  • All traffic to the Ray-Pec main campus will enter from the south.
  • Parents with South Middle School students will use the fire station entrance to drop off and pick up on the east side of the school.
  • The fire station entrance will also be used for bus traffic.
  • High School student drivers will use entrances on School Road or the access road east of Panther Stadium.
  • Parents of high school students will drop off and pick up students on the west side of the school.
  • Drivers with both high school and middle school students will need to use School Road and follow the route for SMS parents after dropping off or picking 

For routes and detours during construction: Traffic pattern map

Find your school or bus route

Use this site to verify your school and find your bus route: Ray-Pec Infofinder

All Ray-Pec buses pass inspection

All buses serving the Raymore-Peculiar School District were inspected earlier this year and approved for service.

The Apple Bus fleet that serves Ray-Pec had a first-time-through pass rate of 96.3 percent, which is well above the state average of 90.24 percent. The three buses that did not pass the first time through had minor defects and were repaired and passed on the same day.

Ray-Pec and other districts with school bus approval rates at or above 90 percent, qualify for the Total Fleet Excellence Award, which is presented at the Missouri Association of Pupil Transportation (MAPT) conference.

The Raymore-Peculiar School District contracts with Apple Bus Company for bus transportation. Apple Bus supplies and maintains the buses in the Ray-Pec fleet.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol conducts the annual school bus inspection. The inspection includes examination and testing of items ranging from brakes, exhaust, and horn, to step treads, mirrors, and signage.

Statewide bus inspection results

Apple Bus Company

The Ray-Pec School District contracts with Apple Bus Company to provide student transportation.

Call Apple Bus: 816-318-1900.
Send an email to Apple Bus:

Please include your name, name of student(s), attending school, home address and any additional information that may be helpful. This may include bus number, bus stop location or time of bus pickup if you know those details and they are pertinent to your question.

Change of Service Request

To request a change in transportation services please complete the attached form and submit to Apple Bus Company.
Change of Service Request form

Bus requisition 
Please complete the transportation requisition form and:
1. Fax the form to Apple Bus Co. at 816-318-1913
2. Send the form as an attachment to Tammy Maddox, Administrative Assistant for Administrative Services, at: