Requests for Transportation must be submitted by May 07, 2021, please click on the following link:
Program coordinators will be able to upload their student list from the Summer transportation Request Form. The Summer Transportation Request form will be accessible from April 6-May 7. Program Coordinators will receive Summer VIEWFINDER access the week of June 15th. School/program coordinators are responsible for disseminating bus information to their families. Please be mindful that the estimated turnaround time for processing transportation requests is 2 weeks."
To request a field trip during the Summer Session please click on the following link:
The daily pre-trip and post-trip inspections procedure represents one of the important actions bus drivers can do to contribute to the safe operation of school buses.
Starting Monday, November 12, all Transportation employees will report their workers' compensation claims by calling the new claims administrator, CorVel, at 1-800-774-2447. (For your convenience, employees will receive wallet cards with this information.)
Employees: The new process requires you to contact CorVel when an injury occurs to provide your personal information and accident and injury details. You will no longer be required to complete a PGCPS Workers' Compensation-Report of Injury form.
Managers and Supervisors: The Workers' Compensation Office will notify you via email when one of your employees has reported a claim. If your employee is incapacitated or transported by ambulance, then you must call in the injury to CorVel. Please ensure that your timekeeper submits weekly Verification of Lost Time forms to the Workers' Compensation Office.
Timekeepers: If you have an employee who is injured at work and misses time, report it in Oracle and fax a Verification of Lost Time form weekly to the Workers' Compensation Office at 301-952-6027.
Required topics: Sexual Harassment, Homelessness Training, Child Abuse Recognition, Driver Improvement Program, Alcohol Drug Testing, Fatigue & Drug Awareness Training
Transportation Academy – Allows Transportation employees the opportunity to increase their knowledge of the pupil transportation industry for possible further advancement in the department
The Driver Improvement Program provides the driver with techniques to enable the experienced vehicle operator to know where the front, rear and sides of the bus are while driving forward, backward, and turning maneuvers. The course is structured to improve driver’s overall skills in the performance of their daily duties.
Every driver submits to pre-employment and random drug testing, as well as post-accident and reasonable cause. Alcohol Testing is done randomly, post-accident, or with reasonable cause.