Bus Pass Information
**Important Information for Cal Aero Preserve Academy Students and Parents** (Click Here)
Bus Pass Office Hours:
- Monday through Friday
- 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
The Transportation Office only takes payments in the form of a check, cash, credit card, or money order. Credit/debit payments can also be made through www.myschoolbucks.com.
Pay online for bus passes at www.myschoolbucks.com and follow the directions. Please make sure that your address qualifies for transportation. Just a reminder, intradistrict transfers do not qualify for busing and parents agree to provide transportation when a transfer is approved. After making your purchase online, please contact the office to get more information about the bus pass issuance process. Per Board Policy 3541(a) Transportation Routes and Services, “Students shall be eligible for transportation service to and from school if the distance between their residence and the school is beyond the minimum distances listed below”…
Kindergarten 1½ miles from school
Grades 1-6 2 miles from school
Grades 7-8 3 miles from school
Grades 9-12 4 miles from school
Due to COVID 19, ALL students must have a current bus pass prior to boarding the bus, NO EXCEPTIONS.
If your student is in KINDERGARTEN, please fill out the following form and email it to Blanca_Plascencia@chino.k12.ca.us or Esmeralda_Contreras@chino.k12.ca.us
Due to the size of our office, only one person is permitted at a time.
Additional transportation information, 2022-2023 fee schedule, and Bus Pass Application are available under the 'Files' tab on the left.
School Bus Facts:
On average, Chino Valley Unified School District drivers safely transport more than 570,000 students over 700,000 miles annually. The yellow school bus is without a doubt the single safest mode of transportation to and from school and school activities.
According to the National Safety Council, school buses are:
- 172 times safer than the family car
- 8 times safer than passenger trains
- 8 times safer than scheduled airlines
- 4 times safer than intercity transit buses