Because we serve students in rural communities spanning hundreds of miles, reliable transportation is an important part of the school experience in SCV35 bus driver group photo in front of school busour district. Our first priority is student safety, and we appreciate the trust you place in the Transportation Department to bring your child safely to and from school each day. At the side of this page, you'll find bus routes and other information pertaining to the transportation of students. We also encourage you and your child to review and commit to the school bus rules below, so we can continue to provide a safe and happy commute for every student.

School Bus Rules

  1. Observe the same conduct as in the classroom.
  2. Talk quietly; use respectful language. No profanity.
  3. Do not eat or drink on the bus.
  4. Keep the bus clean.
  5. Cooperate with the driver.
  6. Keep bus aisles and emergency exits clear of all objects.
  7. Do not bring animals, insects, glass containers, weapons, dangerous instruments, tobacco, alcohol, or drugs onto the bus.
  8. Stay in your seat. All passengers must sit with their backs against the seat backs, their legs facing toward the front of the bus, and all parts of their bodies clear of all aisles whenever the school bus is in motion.
  9. Keep head, hands, and feet inside the bus.
  10. The bus driver is authorized to assign seats.
  11. No student has the right to interfere with the safety, wellbeing, or learning of others.

For a copy of the bus rules in Spanish, click here.  

Transportation Staff

Mr. Christopher Jimenez
Transportation Coordinator
(520) 375-8886

Ms. Guadalupe Felix
Administrative Specialist 
(520) 375-8888

Transportation Office

(520) 375-8885

Bus Routes

Please select your site and then look for the closest stop to your home.  Please make a note that we are now using bus numbers instead of bus route numbers. 

Calabasas School
Coatimundi Middle School
Mountain View Elementary School
Rio Rico High School
San Cayetano Elementary



 3 SCV35 buses lined up with signs reminding students we miss them