Please explore our website to find the answers to your transportation related questions, as well as school bus facts and safety tips for students and families.
If your child attends one of our public school buildings, transportation is handled as part of the enrollment process, and transportation will automatically be generated. If your child attends a private school, the student must still be registered with the school district in order to be eligible for district transportation. If this form is not completed in a timely manner, we cannot guarantee that transportation will be scheduled in time for your child's anticipated school start date. Use this link to enroll in the Unionville-Chadds Ford School District: New Student Enrollment
Non-Public School Students
The Unionville-Chadds Ford School District provides transportation to non-public schools that are within 10 miles of the district boundary. In accordance with PA Act 372, transportation will not be provided for non-public school students unless the service is requested. Please use the form below to request transportation for your non-public school student. If this form is not completed in a timely manner, we cannot guarantee that transportation will be scheduled in time for your child's anticipated school start date. Non-Public/Charter School Student Request for Transportation
Forms for Non-Public School Office Personnel: Non-Public/Charter School Information
Questions about these forms can be emailed to email@example.com
Thinking about becoming a bus driver? Want to learn more about what it’s like to drive a bus? We are always looking for new drivers to join our transportation team! Check out this video to learn about what it takes to become a UCFSD bus driver and what an enjoyable job it can be! If you are interested in filling out an application to become a UCFSD bus driver, call 610-347-0804.
Pennsylvania's School Bus Stopping Law
Each year, drivers illegally pass school buses nearly two million times. Each illegal pass-by could result in a tragic injury or fatality of a student. The inconvenience of an extra few seconds spent waiting for a stopped school bus is insignificant compared to the loss of a child's life.
UCFSD would like to remind our drivers of the laws and safe practices to take when approaching a school bus.
Did you Know -
When you meet or overtake a stopped school bus with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP.
When you approach an intersection where a school bus is stopped with red signal lights flashing and stop arm extended, you MUST STOP.
You MUST STOP at least ten (10) feet away from the school bus.
You MUST WAIT until the red lights have stopped flashing and the stop arm has been withdrawn before moving.
DO NOT MOVE until all the children have reached a place of safety.
There are severe penalties associated with running a school bus stop. For more information on Pennsylvania's School Bus Stopping Law, including an animated graphic demonstrating when you must stop, visit www.penndot.gov/safety