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TRANSPORTATION

Transportation Department
1589 Wingfield Dr. Hampton, VA 23666

 

Darrin Wills
Director
757-727-1079
dwills@hampton.k12.va.us

 

Supervisor Territory Assignments
2021 – 2022

Thomas Thorpe
Assistant Director
757-727-1079
tthorpe@hampton.k12.va.us

 

Renita Figgs
Supervisor, West Side Schools
757-727-1079
rfiggs@hampton.k12.va.us

 

Beverly MacDonald
Supervisor, East Side Schools
757-727-1079
bmacdonald@hampton.k12.va.us

 

Natasha Robinson
Supervisor, Safety and Training
757-727-1079
nrobinson1@hampton.k12.va.us

 

Brian Schoorens
Shop Manager
757-727-1082
bschoorens@hampton.k12.va.us

 

William Fugham 
Routing and Scheduling Specialist
757-727-1079 -1080
bfulgham@hampton.k12.va.us

How do I find out the location of my child’s bus stop?
Visit http://edulogweb.hampton.k12.va.us/edulog/webquery/ and simply enter your address to see if your child is eligible for bus transportation. The site will list the school your child will attend as well as the location for your child’s bus stop. It will also give an estimated stop time.

 

What time should I have my child at the bus stop?
We ask that students arrive about 10 minutes prior to the estimated pick-up time and be prepared to wait at the bus stop up to 10 minutes after the estimated pick-up time. There will be small variations in the school bus schedule and we thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation to keep the schedule moving as smoothly as possible.

 

My kindergartener’s bus driver asked me for my card before he would let my child off the bus. What’s that all about?
We are committed to safety, so Hampton City School utilizes a card system to ensure that only an authorized adult meets our pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students at the bus stop each day. Please remember to be at the bus stop at least 10 minutes prior to the estimated stop time and have your identification and student card ready to show the driver.

 

My child is a special education student. To whom should I speak regarding his transportation?
Please contact the Special Education office at 727-2400 for IEP accommodations relating to your child’s transportation.

 

My child left a book (glove, instrument, etc.) on the bus. What do I do?
Drivers check their buses after every run. Items left by students are held by the driver for several days and may be claimed on the bus by the child. Make sure your child and his item are reunited quickly by labeling your child’s things with his name whenever possible.

 

I have concerns about the location of my child’s bus stop. What do I do?
Bus stops are placed at centralized locations that can be safely accessed by a significant number of students to minimize the length of time your child spends on the bus. If you have concerns about your child’s bus stop, please call 757-727-1079.

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JOIN THE DRIVING FORCE!

 

Paid CDL Training
Benefits for Full Time Drivers

 

REQUIREMENTS

Nurturing and Positive Attitude
High School Diploma or equivalent
Age 21 or older

 

APPLICATION - APPLY ONLINE

 

 

THANK YOU FOR ALLOWING OUR TRANSPORTATION FAMILY TO SERVE THE STUDENTS, FAMILIES, AND COMMUNITIES OF HAMPTON! 


DRIVE SMART, DRIVE SAFE, DRIVE WITH PRIDE...

 

Our goal is to provide all eligible Hampton students with dependable and safe transportation to and from school, athletic events, after-school programs, and field trips. During the school year, the department operates 150-160 buses daily, transporting approximately 13,805 students between 14,000 and 16,000 miles each day for a total of 2.8 million miles each year!

 

With a dedication to service and a commitment to safety, the Transportation Department of the Hampton City School Division is in full operation 12 months of the year. All drivers have been professionally trained and have earned a Commercial Driver’s License from the Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles. For the safety and security of our students, all buses are equipped with audio and video monitoring systems, as well as hand-held radios which provide immediate communication with Department Dispatch personnel.