"Transporting the youth of King George County throughout their educational path"
King George County Public Schools' transportation employees are an integral part of the school division. We are dedicated to our position not for the money, but for devotion to the safety of our children. The entire transportation department i.e. bus drivers, bus monitors, mechanics and office staff welcome the responsibility of transporting your child to and from school each day, as if they were our own. Our commitment is to keep your child safe from portal to portal, everyday.
We are dedicated to providing your child a safe, reliable mode of transportation; meanwhile, we extend the learning environment outside of the school building atmosphere where we encourage students to be courteous and fair minded towards others feelings, learning mutual respect towards others and being responsible for their actions.
SCHOOL ATTENDANCE ZONE MAP: Click Here
VERSATRANS E-LINK FOR STUDENT ROUTE INFORMATION: Click Here
Login: Your child's Student ID # Password: Leave blank (If access is denied, use your student's ID # in this location)
Once logged in; select the icon "Work with student" in the top left corner.
Select "View My Students" to retrieve students associated with your User ID.
To update your student's information, you may use the Parent Communication Form located on the same page and select the option field that best fits your student's needs.
FOG PLAN: To aid in maximizing student safety during dense fog conditions (less than 1/4 mile visibility); school buses will not pick up/drop off students who live in the following areas.
> James Madison Pkwy (Rt. 301): Port Royal Bridge to the intersection of Windsor Drive (Rt. 218) in both north and southbound directions.
> Kings Highway (Rt. 3): Stafford County Line to the intersection of Comorn Road (Rt. 609) in both east and west bound directions.
> Kings Highway (Rt. 3): Westmoreland County Line to the intersection of James Madison Parkway (Rt. 301) in both east and west bound directions.
****Once conditions have become more favorable, we will pick up students who may not have been transported to school or met the bus in a safe location along the route.
WAIVER OF STUDENT SUPERVISION: Click Here This waiver is for students who are in the 1st grade to the age of 10 (through age 9), to be released from the school bus without supervision from a guardian who is at least 12 years of age or older. ALL Kindergarten students must be met at the bus stop by a guardian 12 years of age or older.
STAFF E-MAIL Feel free to communicate with your child's bus driver/monitor with your concerns. For addresses Click Here.
Supervisor of Transportation