Transportation

Transportation

Durham School Services
CGUHSD contracts with Durham School Services for transportation services. We are committed to serve you safely and to provide the personal attention you need for successful transportation services. Our operations focus on our five core values: Safety, Customers, People, Community, and Excellence.
 
Safety 
Safety is our top priority, which is why we developed Durham Bus Tracker (DBT) to provide you with a greater sense of comfort about your student’s transportation.  
 
Simple
User-friendly application with the ability to manage and view all of your student’s buses, routes, and locations in one grouped view.    
 
Secure
Requires a password-protected account along with verifying your student’s school-issued ID number, city, and state to access the location of their routes.

Real-Time
View near real-time bus location and information, including the scheduled arrival time of your student’s bus. 
Bus Information
The Board authorizes the administration to provide regular school bus transportation to and from school for students: with disabilities who require transportation, as indicated in their respective IEP; living within a one (1) mile radius of the school where hazardous or difficult routes exist and where arrangements cannot be provided; and who live more than a mile and a half (1.5) from the school.
Activity Buses
Activity buses are available for students who participate in after-school activities and tutoring.
Bus Conduct
The school bus is an extension of the school day and the same rules apply regarding discipline and general conduct. Additionally, students must remain properly seated, keep the aisle clear, and ensure that all parts of their body (i.e., hands, heads, etc.) remain inside the bus. Specific rules regarding school bus conduct are posted on each bus and available from each school. Violations of the rules or safety are grounds for denial of bus transportation privileges and/or discipline.
Bus Rules
Student transportation is a qualified right, dependent upon good behavior. Student behavior on buses must promote safety, as bus drivers are responsible for the safe operation of the bus. Students shall observe district policies, regulations, and rules while being transported. Students who jeopardize the safety of others may forfeit their bus privileges.
Personal Transportation Rules
The following rules are to be observed by users of bikes, hoverboards, scooters, skateboards, skates, and similar devices entering and leaving school and are subject to confiscation. Students may not cut/ride through the bus loop or parking lot. Once students are on campus, they must walk and lock them up. These devices cannot be used on campus at any time. When travelling to and from school, all ordinances concerning the above must be observed. Students who violate city and school transportation guidelines may jeopardize the privilege of bringing them to campus. A serious injury to oneself and others can be prevented through observation of these rules. It is strongly recommended that all students wear safety helmets.
Contact
Durham School Services
(520) 836-8735 
fchavez@durhamschoolservices.com
rsilva@durhamschoolservices.com
Bus Routes (CGUHS)
 CG01  CG05  CG09
 CG02  CG06  CG10
 CG03  CG07  
 CG04  CG08  
Bus Routes (VGHS)
 VG11  VG16  VG21
 VG12  VG17  VG22
 VG13  VG18  VG23
 VG14  VG19  VG24
 VG15  VG20  
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Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding these laws may be forwarded to the designated compliance coordinator(s), Mary Ann Amerson, Human Resources Director at 520 316-3360 ext. 1104 or mamerson@cguhsd.org

El Distrito Casa Grande Union High #82 prohibe la discriminación de empleo y programas educacionales basados en raza, color, religion, sexo, edad, descapacidad, origen nacional, estado militar, información de prueba genetica, orientación sexual o identidad de género, o expresion y provee acceso a los Boy Scouts y otros grupos juveniles designados.

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