Bus Transportation

Bus Transportation

 Students who live within the Casis attendance zone, more than two miles away from the school and/or on the east side of Mopac are eligible for bus service. Student guests are permitted to ride home with eligible bus riders as long as they have a permission slip signed by the principal. Eligibility, bus stops and routes can be found at AISD's Transportation page or by calling 512-414-6500.

Rules for Riding the Bus

 Students riding the bus must abide by the following rules:

  • Stay in your seat
  • Keep head, hands, and feet inside the bus
  • Do not throw objects inside the bus or out the window
  • Do not eat or drink on the bus
  • Keep the bus clean
  • Do not use tobacco products of any kind
  • Do not engage in destructive
  • Be courteous
  • Cooperate with the bus driver.

Please note that the bus driver is authorized to assign seats. The bus driver waits and watches to see that all students dropped off in the morning are inside the building before leaving.

Consequences of Rule Violations

 If a student violates one or more rules for riding the bus, the bus driver will report the violation(s) to the school staff. The student will then have a conference with the school staff and the student’s parents will be notified. For a second offense, the student may be suspended from the bus, the student’s parents will be notified, and the school staff will issue a written warning of the consequences of future violations. For a third offense, the student will be suspended from the bus for up to three days. For a fourth offense, the student will be suspended from the bus until an agreement is reached between the student, parent, principal, and bus driver. A major rule violation may result in a student’s being suspended from the bus on the first offense.

Safety Patrol

 Safety Patrol is a community service provided by 5th grade student volunteers. Safety patrol members are stationed in campus locations to help children enter or leave the building and grounds safely. They do not stand in crosswalks. Safety patrol is a valuable service and its participants are to be treated with respect by all students and parents.