Under direction of Business Services, the Transportation Department provides service for approximately 2,800 students, including District students and Roseville City School District students. The department also contracts with other districts and municipalities within the Roseville community. The operations include full repair, service, and maintenance of buses and other District fleet vehicles.
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS NEEDED
CLASSES STARTING IN MAY
If you are interested in becoming a school bus driver,
sign up at 916-786-2723, press 0,
or email Pam Zanze: email@example.com
If you are currently a certified School Bus Driver,
FACT: School buses are the safest mode of transportation
for getting children back and forth to school.
Source: U.S. Department of Transportation
Student behavior is an integral part
of safe travel on a school bus.
Please be familiar with student responsibilities, expectations,
and potential disciplinary action for those who don't follow
District protocols as defined by Board Policy 5131.1 (click to view).
Also refer to the Transportation Guidelines (click to view).
Video cameras are installed on all buses. Students may be filmed at any time while riding the bus. The video recordings may be used to determine violations of the Code of Student Conduct. Violations of these standards or any inappropriate behavior by a student (s) may be used as grounds for suspension from bus/school and/or expulsion from bus riding privileges.
Click the links below for more information on
school bus safety:
Sponsored by the American School Bus Council & NHTSA
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
129 Berry Street,
Roseville, CA 95678
Office: 916 786-2723
Fax: 916 786-6435
SCHOOL YEAR Hours
Effective Monday, 8/3/15
Monday - Friday
6:45 am - 3:15 pm