REL and GCM Cheerleaders help with School Supply Drive
Goose Creek Memorial High School cheerleaders (front, l to r) McKenzie Reznicek, Danielle Bailey, Courtnee Lambright, (back) Bria Kately, Kendyl Stewart, Angel Ross, Alexis Moreno, Tayler Macias and Kaylin Strouhal help with the school supply drive sponsored by Altus Emergency Center.
Welcome!Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year! Do you know that Goose Creek CISD parents can find your child’s bus route two different ways? You can go to gccisd.net and click on Departments and Transportation. Click on Bus Routes to access Infofinder i and type in your child’s address and grade. Bus mailers also will be sent out the week of August 20th. Please remember that all routes have changed due to school time changes, so please verify your child’s bus route.
Until school begins, you also can go to gccisd.net and click on Departments and Transportation. Click on the Bus Stops tab to select your child’s school to find his/her bus stop and time of pick up or drop off. This will only be available for a short time, since changes will be made after school starts.
Elementary students who ride buses will receive wristbands at school to wear the first week of school to identify their bus routes. Please remember that everyone is adjusting to the new routes, so you should expect delays for the first few days. Thank you for your patience as we work to safely transport your child to and from school.
Our Mission is to successfully transport students in a safe and timely manner
as to assure all students the opportunity to acquire an education, and
we will achieve our mission by working together harmoniously and in a unified manner.
Sr. Director's Office Number: 281-420-4665
School bus drivers are selected, hired and trained following rigorous selection criteria and a thorough criminal history background check.
All GCCISD school bus drivers are trained through the Texas Department of Public Safety, TEA and GCCISD School Bus Driver Certification Courses. Each driver has also earned a Class B Commercial Driver License.
Bus drivers are required to pass a pre-employment drug test along with an annual physical and are subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
Every driver has successfully completed the required school bus driver training course as well as periodic safety training.
GCCISD school bus drivers are professionals and are expected to conduct themselves as such at all times.
They work hard to earn the trust and respect of parents/guardians and students.
As a result of their dedication and professionalism, they will expect courtesy and consideration from all students and adults.
GCCISD provides bus transportation to and from school as a courtesy service for eligible students residing in the district.
The State of Texas prescribes the conditions governing school bus operations in Texas Education Code (TEC), Section 42.155(d).
Transportation is available for all children who live in the district, except for those areas deemed exempt by the Board of Trustees.
Some students who attend more than one school to participate in classes not offered at their school are transported between schools during school hours.
Regular buses attempt to arrive at every bus stop on time.
Due to variances between individual clocks and road traffic, students are asked to arrive at their bus stop five (5) minutes prior to the scheduled arrival time.
Buses will load students and depart the stop.
Regular buses do not wait for late students. Students are expected to proceed immediately to the buses.
Bus drivers are instructed not to stop or open the door for late or running students due to safety concerns.
Regular buses are scheduled to provide service to student riders.
Bus stops may be suspended or omitted for lack of ridership.
Infrequent riders should contact the Transportation Department stating their wish to ride when service is needed.
Routes are designed and redesigned as the appropriate needs arise.
Bus routes are created to enhance student safety while maximizing vehicle efficiency.
When possible, stops are created that allow students to wait off the main roadway for the bus.
Stops are also created to minimize students walking on highly-traveled roadways for long distances without sidewalks.
Stops are generally not placed on dead-end streets so as to minimize bus accidents while backing up the bus.
Stops are spread as far apart as criteria will allow in order to decrease the number of stops each bus will make on its routes, thus minimizing the overall riding time for the students.
In general, elementary students may be required to walk up to a quarter-mile to a bus stop, while secondary students may be required to walk up to half a mile.
However, due to conditions beyond the control of the District, these distances may vary.
Bus routes are designed to limit student ride time.
Students are expected to follow the guidelines in the Student Code of Conduct while riding in any District-owned vehicle.
Goose Creek ISD buses will not enter dead-end streets or personal property except when approved by the Director of Transportation.
Generally, use of private property requires concurrence by the property owner.
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4544 Interstate 10 East | Baytown, Texas 77521 | 281.420.4800
P.O. Box 30 | Baytown, Texas 77522 | 281.420.4800
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