MissionThe mission of the Transportation Department is to provide safe, reliable, respectful and efficient transportation for all passengers, and to ensure continuous improvement through training and communication with all employees.Our primary purpose is to transport students to and from school safely, efficiently and dependably, to provide the highest quality of support for the educational programs by delivering the best possible transportation services.
K-8 Bus RidersYou have two ways to find your child's nearest bus stop for the 2023-24 school year:1. Starting July 10th, and running through July 28th, you can call the TR Phone Bank at 602-467-5090. A member of our transportation information staff can provide that information for you.2. All schools will host a "Meet the Teacher" event prior to the first day of school. Please plan to attend your school's event as each school will be provided with up-to-date maps, stops, times, and student rosters.
High School Bus Riders
You will soon receive information about a new "Where's My Bus" mobile app the transportation department is teaming up with this school year.
Who Can Ride a Deer Valley Unified School District Bus?The Deer Valley Unified School District Transportation Department offers transportation services for:
- Kindergarten - students who live over 1/2 mile from school.
- Grades 1-6 - students who live over 1 mile from school.
- Grades 7-8 - students who live over 1 1/2 miles from school.
- Grades 9-12 - students who live over 1 3/4 miles from school.
It is our goal to provide a safe, efficient pupil transportation service. To accomplish this goal, there are responsibilities and rules for students, parents, and staff. We also have set expectations for a successful ride on a DVUSD bus. Parents, please become familiar with the rules and procedures, and discuss them with your children. Thank you!