Riverview School District


Transportation Routes | Phased-In Return to Campus

All transportation route questions and information should be sent to our Transportation department, (425) 844-4540, during normal business hours.

Cherry Valley Elementary (Updated: February 26, 2021)

Stillwater Elementary (Updated: February 26, 2021)

Carnation Elementary (Updated: February 26, 2021)

Eagle Rock Multi-Age Program (Updated: February 26, 2021)

Tolt Middle School (Updated: March 25, 2021)

Cedarcrest High School (beginning April 7, 2021)

We ask parents to make sure that students and/or parents/guardians/siblings are at bus stops early. At least five minutes prior to the published time to five minutes after the published time.

Kindergarten Bus Orientation Video


A Message from our Transportation Team - "We Miss You!!!"


Book Drop/Supply Drop Routes for Remote Learning | Fall 2020

Beginning the week of September 14, 2020, route information will be distributed by each individual school through their Constant Contact newsletters and emails.

Elementary Schools Boundary Map


Transportation Department

Tracy Graves

Corinna Marty

Shayne Adams  

Sabrina Warren



Lead Mechanic

Transportation Supervisor





The safety record of buses and drivers is outstanding in the Riverview School District. The school bus drivers undergo an extensive training program prior to getting behind the wheel of a school bus and refresher training every year. This training helps to ensure that riding a school bus is the safest way to get to school. Riverview has 37 buses and covers 500,000 miles a year in their 3-tier transportation routes: high school, middle school, and elementary schools.


>Video - Become a Riverview School Bus Driver!<

Bus Rules

Riverview Transportation Department is responsible for the safe transportation of students every day. It is a responsibility that requires the cooperation of the students in observing the safety rules enforced by the district. Students riding on the bus are expected to conform to behavior rules corresponding to classroom conduct regulations. Students are to

The driver is in full charge of the bus and the students. The driver will report any problems to the Bus Discipline Officer for students who violate the rules on the bus. Each principal has the authority to dictate appropriate consequences or discipline for student misconduct, including loss of bus riding privileges. For the safety of all rides, the Board of Directors has authorized the installation of video cameras on district buses.

Students must only use their designated bus stop. A student must have written permission from their parent or guardian, subject to the principal's approval in writing, for any change in their assigned bus or bus stop.

The safety record of buses and drivers is outstanding in the Riverview School District. All buses are equipped with two-way radios, crossing arms, fire extinguishers, chains and/or sanders, and first-aid kits. Safety is the foremost concern of the bus drivers. Prior to leaving the bus garage, each driver performs a pre-trip safety check of the bus using district-established procedures that comply with the State Department of Transportation requirements.

Emergency Transportation Information

Hazardous weather or unexpected emergencies may create changes in bus transportation times and pickup-drop points for school children. Schools will be open unless a Riverview School District "School Closure" announcement is made by radio and television stations.

School Bus Operations may have to be altered or canceled. Example messages are:


If you have any questions during regular business hours, please contact the Riverview School District's Transportation Department Office at (425) 844-4540.