Transportation Job Fair:
You Belong Here! Or maybe someone you know. We are recruiting bus drivers for the upcoming school year. Paid CDL training class begins June 5, 2023. Apply today!
Transportation and School Nutrition Positions are Available
Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference in your community? What about the opportunity to receive full-time benefits, including health, dental, and vision care, retirement contributions, a competitive wage, and paid CDL training? Campbell County Public Schools is actively seeking School Bus Drivers to join our team and serve a critical need by safely transporting our students to and from school. Below are some of the many benefits you will receive in this position:
State-approved CDL school bus driver training course provided free of charge. Participants are paid to take the course.
Full-time benefits: Virginia Retirement System, Health/Dental/Life insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, Paid Leave, Employee Assistance Program.
Students and Parents/Guardians
We are proud to be able to offer your students the convenience and safety of public transportation to and from school and to extracurricular events. We are dedicated to providing the safest and most reliable transportation possible. Loud, disruptive, and distracting behavior poses a danger to students and drivers as well as the general public operating on public roadways and we ask that you assist us by setting high expectations for your student’s behavior in this regard.
The standards of behavior outlined in the CCPS Code of Student Conduct and the following additional transportation rules and regulations will apply to all students anytime they are utilizing any form of CCPS Transportation Services including buses, vans, or any other vehicle approved to provide transportation for students. Utilizing CCPS Transportation Services is a privilege and students shall follow the additional rules outlined in this document. Disciplinary consequences resulting from failure to follow these simple safety regulations may result in revocation of riding privileges and/or suspension from school depending upon the severity of violation.
Pre-K-4th Grade Students only: Parents/guardians or a designee of students in preschool through the fourth grade must appear at the bus stop each morning and afternoon to load and receive PreK-4 students. The designee may include an adult (designated in writing) or a sibling (5th grade or older. If you or your designee is not present to receive your child in the afternoon, the bus driver will bring your child back to the school. Failure to take possession of your Pk-4th grade student may result in the loss of transportation services.
Bus Behavior Expectations and Rules
At the Bus Stop
Boarding the Bus
On the Bus
Exiting the Bus