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For questions about District van usage, refer to Administrative Regulation 3542.4.
Administrators Only: Verify that a person is qualified to drive a district van at
P:/DO/Business/Transportation/Van Information/VAN DRIVERS_Approved.xlsx
Training for New Van Drivers
To become a District van driver, please complete the following:
Step 1 ~ A) Visit a local DMV to obtain your H6 (10-year) driving history (a $5.00 charge).
Notes: Only an original driver history issued at DMV will be accepted.
Verify with DMV personnel that an H6 is being issued.
H6 becomes invalid 30 days after issue date.
Online printouts WILL NOT be accepted!
B) Take your H6 driver history to Transportation for approval.
Contact Pam Zanze for an appointment: call 916-786-2723 ext 1394 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 2 ~ A) Once approved by a Transportation Department manager,
click here for the Online Defensive Driving course.
NOTE: If you experience problems with the program while taking the course, contact DGS directly:
Michele Stiger at (916) 367-5308 or Michele.email@example.com
B) Print the certificate.
Step 3 ~ Visit Transportation to turn in your training certificate.
When all original documents are received and approval is made by a Transportation Department manager, your name will be posted to the District van list.
NOTE: All volunteers must have DOJ/FBI fingerprint and TB clearance per Administrative Regulation 1240. This process starts at the school site by submitting a completed volunteer application to the school.
The Transportation Department will no longer supply site vans with paperwork. Please print the forms below to stock your clipboards.
Van Request Form - Click here
Vehicle Repair Request Form - Use Internet Explorer. An email dialog box will open when you click to submit by email. Click here for the form.
Print and keep the following tips with your Inspection Forms on the van clipboard:
In spite of your best pre-trip planning efforts, breakdowns can still occur. Know District emergency breakdown procedures BEFORE you need them.
Click here for instructions.