Simplify your morning and afternoon routines by using Summer at Parker’s bus service. Our service makes it a breeze to get to and from school. Francis Parker’s bus services are available for morning pick-up and afternoon drop-off serving the following areas (pending minimum enrollment):
- South/East Inland
- North Coastal
- Scripps Ranch
- Paseo Veracruz @ Mount San Miguel Pk 2335 Paseo Veracruz
- Graniteville Trolley Station 4510 Alvarado Canyon
- Vons Parking lot on Mango @ Del Mar Heights Road
- Kate Sessions Park 5115 Soledad Rd
- On N. Brookville Dr @ Spring Canyon Rd Behind Vons
To register, please visit https://francisparker.campbrainregistration.com/
Note: Shuttle services between campuses will not be offered. Transportation will be offered to and from field trips that are a part of the course offerings.
For specific route information please contact: Cindy Zwartjes, Transportation Manager email@example.com (858 / 569-7900 x 4125)
Questions about registration? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
June 28-July 2
July 5-9 (M-TH, $120)
*Not eligible for Early Bird Discount
Why Take the Bus?
It’s Safe — According to statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, students are about 20 times more likely to arrive safely at school taking the bus compared to being driven by a parent. Additionally, each of the buses in Parker’s new fleet is equipped with the latest safety features, including well-padded high-back seats and a 3-point lap/shoulder seat belt for each rider, and all drivers undergo comprehensive safety certification training/testing.
Go Green — Riding a bus is a simple but effective method to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve traffic congestion. According to the American School Bus Council, one school bus will typically take 36 cars off the road. Plus Parker’s new fleet of buses not only meet but also exceed new bus emission regulations that took effect in 2010.
In addition to being courteous and professional, all of Parker’s drivers are also fully qualified and licensed. School bus drivers are required by law to receive more training than any other driver in the United States. They receive training in first aid, student management, safedriving practices and drug/alcohol detection.