Transportation

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  • What transportation routes will be offered?  

The district will continue to provide mandated transportation for students with disabilities (specifically students with IEPs that require transportation services). PRJUSD will also provide mandated transportation for McKinney-Vento students and after school programs will continue to be supported.


**In the 2024-2025 school year, the district will provide an in-town bus route connecting 36th Street, the current Flamson Middle School, Kermit King, and 900 Creston Road (Georgia Brown Dual Immersion) as mentioned in the FAQs sent to families.

 

Are your child's before and after school transportation needs impacted as a result of the restructuring or relocation efforts?

 

Will your student need in-town shuttle to get to his/her new school site for the 2024-25 school year?

 

Do you live withing the maximum walking radius of your child's new school or bus stop? 

 

REVIEW AR3541

The maximum walking radius students shall be

required to walk to the school of their attendance or to a bus stop are as follows:

  • Kindergarten through 5th Grade One mile radius
  • 6th Grade through 8th Grade Three-mile radius

 

If you are within the guidelines above, complete the In-Town Shuttle Interest Form

 

 

INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED THROUGH THE PARENT SQUARE SYSTEM MOVING CLOSER TO THE START OF SCHOOL.

"STAY TUNED TO BUSSING" SCHOOLBUS


If we have one additional driver - The district would provide a route for high school students from San Miguel. (This route has historically been oversubscribed.) 


If we have two additional drivers - The district would provide a second route for high school students from San Miguel or students from Heritage Ranch depending upon ridership.    


Transportation Page for parents and students. .
 
 
 
SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CLASSES
 
PRJUSD Transportation Department regularly offers FREE Original School Bus Driver Classes.  Classes will be held at 2910 Union Road, Support Services Facility.
 
It is required by the California Department of Education to complete 20 hours of classroom time and 20 hours of Behind the Wheel time. Once committed, you must attend each class.
 
California School Bus Drivers Are: the best screened, qualified, and trained professional drivers in the nation. School bus drivers are above moral reproach and possess knowledge of laws, regulations, and first aid. They have the ability to operate a school bus safely, they are flexible, and exercise common sense.
 
The school bus is the safest form of passenger transportation in the world. If interested, please contact Kelly Stainbrook or Ria Ravenscroft at 805-769-1160.
 
 
Class Schedule:
 
All classes start promptly at 9:00 AM and end by 12:30 PM
  • Day 1 Orientation & Rules and Regulations
  • Day 2 Rules and Regulations & CHP Interviews
  • Day 3 Vehicle Components
  • Day 4 Defensive Driving  Specialized Defensive Driving
  • Day 5 Loading and Unloading & Emergency procedures
  • Day 6 Emergency Procedures & Pupil Management
  • Day 7 Field Trips, Special Needs, Public Relations
  • Day 8 First Aid
  • Day 9 Class Final
  • Day 10 Written test with CHP Rules and Regulations Test