HomeHampton TimesCentennial releases statement on transportation bus depot break-in

Centennial releases statement on transportation bus depot break-in

Catalytic converters were stolen from five buses early this morning


This morning, Centennial School District was made aware of a break-in that took place at its transportation depot in the early morning hours.

Catalytic converters were stolen from five of the buses, forcing the CSD transportation team to quickly develop alternate plans to provide busing for students assigned to affected routes. The district wants to let families know that there may be some delays and/or double routes beginning tomorrow, Oct. 4, until CSD can return the buses to service.

In an official statement, Superintendent Dr. Dana Bedden said. “These unfortunate incidents are not only unlawful, but also create financial situations for our school district and our community, along with service issues that negatively impact our ability to service our students in getting them to and from school.”

The Centennial community is being urged to be extra vigilant for this type of activity. If a resident sees or hears any suspicious activity around any school district property, they should call 911 or 215-672-1000 (non-emergency dispatch) to have officers respond and check the area.

clear sky
49.4 ° F
51.9 °
46.9 °
34 %
0 %
59 °
60 °
60 °
62 °
49 °
- Advertisment -

Current Issue

19006 Huntingdon Valley