Transportation sign up this year has been based on the survey information responses received.
If you have not completed the survey and need bus transportation for your student(s) you will need to call the Transportation Office at 520-749-9640. When you call please provide the student’s school, student’s name, stop you are requesting, riding AM and/or PM and instructions for release of student off the bus if needed.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Transportation at 520-749-9640.
FAQs for Hybrid Learning Transportation
Will my student be required to wear a mask on the bus?
All students and adults on buses will be required to wear a face covering. In the event a student does not have one, a face covering will be provided. Failure to wear a face mask multiple times may result in the student losing bus riding privileges.
Do I need to screen my student before boarding the bus?
Yes, please follow the screening guidelines as outlined in the school newsletters:
Parents should screen their children each morning before coming to school or boarding the bus.
If your child has any of the following symptoms, please do not bring/send your child to school:
Fever of 100.4 or greater
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting
Where can I find the most up to date COVID response information?
Please see all of the latest district information on the Return to Learning page on the TVUSD Website.
What do I do if my student is sick?
Parents should follow the home health screening checklist each morning before sending their child to school, report symptoms to the school, and keep students at home if any symptoms are present.
What do I do if my student is unable to wear a face covering due to a health condition?
Please speak to your school’s administration. In such instances, students may choose the distance learning option.
Will the bus drivers be wearing face coverings/gloves?
All bus staff will be wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), which may include a clear face shield, a face covering, and/or gloves.
Will windows be open for ventilation?
Yes, some windows will be opened to provide extra ventilation. Students should not open windows themselves.
Will there be hand sanitizer on the bus?
No, hand sanitizer will not be provided on the school bus, but students boarding the bus are allowed to bring their own.
What cleaning/sanitizing procedures are in place to make sure students are safe?
Bus driving staff will be cleaning and sanitizing their buses at least twice a day which will include wiping down high touch areas, spraying the entire bus with a sanitizer, sweeping bus floors, and emptying the garbage.
Will there be social distancing on the bus?
To the extent possible, social distancing on a bus will be practiced with one student per seat and two per row. When this is not possible, there may be two or more students in a seat. Siblings or members of the same household may be required to share a seat.
Will students’ temperatures be taken on the bus?
Student temperatures will not be taken on the bus.
Will there be social distancing at the bus stop?
Students waiting for buses should remain inside parents’ vehicles at the stop until the school bus arrives. Parents should instruct their students to physically separate themselves and remain six feet apart unless they are siblings who live together. Students are required to wear face coverings at the bus stop. There will be no adult supervision at bus stops.
What is the procedure if a student that rode the bus, tests positive for COVID-19?
The bus that transported that sick student will be removed from service for 24 hours to be thoroughly cleaned and disinfected.
If my student gets a temperature at school, will he/she be able to ride the bus home?
A parent or emergency contact will be immediately notified to pick up the student. The student will not be permitted to ride the bus home.