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2020-21 School Bus Registration

Bus registration for the 2021-21 school year begins July 25, 2020. All student school bus registrations MUST be completed by September 16, 2020, including payment, or students will not be able to ride the bus the first week of school. Registration that occurs after this date will take a week to process before a student may ride the bus. 

Due to COVID-19 there is a cap on bus riders this year. Students who have completed registration and payments will get the first priority.  

IMPORTANT NOTE: A transportation zone of 1-1/2 mile radius from each school site will be implemented for the 2020-21 school year. Regular education transportation services will be made available to any interested students residing outside the 1-1/2 mile radius. 

Please follow the steps below to complete your child's school bus registration. A separate registration must be filled out for each student riding the bus.

STEP 1: Complete the bus registration application form by clicking on the link. Click Here

STEP 2: Purchase your bus pass online by clicking on the link.  Click Here

If your student qualifies for the Free/Reduced meal program, you do not
need to purchase a bus pass. However, you must submit a new bus pass application each school year.  Click Here


Annual Transportation Fees reduced for 2020-21 due to covid-19
Type of Pass Transportation Fees
Annual Pass (AM and PM) $114.00
Annual Pass (AM or PM) $57.00 (must indicate whether it will be AM or PM)
Semester Pass (AM and PM) $66.00
Semester Pass (AM or PM) $33.00 (must indicate whether it will be AM or PM)
Monthly Pass $18.00
Replacement Bus Pass  $10.00

* Refunds will be provided to families who paid the full rate prior to the COVID-19 reduction in transportation fees. Please contact tbagalini-rogers@alpineschools.net for any questions.

Can children be dropped off at a different stop on the way home?
Students may only ride their assigned buses. Transporting students to an alternative, yet existing, stop on the student’s same route may be granted if done so on a regular basis, space permitting. Requests for alternative stops should be made in writing to the principal at least two days in advance of the request.

What are the expectations about behavior on the bus?
Students are expected to behave in a manner that will provide optimum safety of the individual student as well as the safety of other students aboard the bus. A complete list of bus rules is available on the District Transportation Department tab.

What if schools close due to COVID-19?
Transportation fees have been adjusted to account for reduced transportation needs due to COVID-19. Any additional adjustments will be addressed as needed. Please contact AUSD for refunds.


For questions regarding routes, please contact the Dispatch Office at Grossmont Union High School District at (619) 644-8186 extension 6.

For questions regarding registration, please contact Toni at AUSD 619-445-3236 x810.