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Transportation Forms

 

Travel Tracker

Travel Tracker must be used for all activity trips and field trips using buses. It is imperative that procedures be followed. If trips are not approved in a timely manner, a vehicle cannot be assigned and the trip will be denied by the Transportation Department. This document shows the approval process for Travel Tracker.

  • The teacher/coach must submit their trip request at least 60 days prior to the trip occurring to assure the trip will be approved.
  • Request is sent to principal for approval. Principal should approve/deny the trip immediately.
  • Request is sent to appropriate central office director. Director should approve/deny the trip immediately.
  • If the trip is overnight or out-of-state it will go to the superintendent’s office for board approval.
  • Trip request goes to Transportation for a vehicle to be assigned.

 

Other Transportation Forms

Activity Bus Handbook

Charter Bus Inspection Form

Bus Driver Sign-in Sheet

Bus Seating Chart

REPORT OF EXTRA TRANSPORTATION MILEAGE

Notice to Parents (Accident)

Notice to Parents (Incident)

Bus Driver Stop Arm Violation Report Form

Reimbursement Form (3-14-18)

Bus Stop Location Dispute Procedure

Request Form (as Referred to in Bus Stop Location Dispute Procedure)

Pregnant Bus Driver Physician Statement

School Bus Evacuation Form

Unsafe Bus Stop Report (for Bus Drivers)

Weekly Bus Changes for Students

 

Calendar

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Horizons Unlimited

Instructors: Neil Pifer and Kyle Whisenant

Campers who attend this camp will participate in a broad variety of digital experiences including coding, robotics, 3D printing/design, and immersive virtual reality. Each day of camp will provide an exploration of how each of these technologies is used in careers that require skilled technicians and specialist to develop their computational thinking.

Registration Form

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Horizons Unlimited

Instructors: Neil Pifer and Kyle Whisenant

Campers who attend this camp will participate in a broad variety of digital experiences including coding, robotics, 3D printing/design, and immersive virtual reality. Each day of camp will provide an exploration of how each of these technologies is used in careers that require skilled technicians and specialist to develop their computational thinking.

Registration Form

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2018 Summer Free Lunch Program

Through the summer, children ages 3-18 may get free lunch through Rowan-Salisbury Schools. Click here for links to locations and menus.