The mission of the KISD Transportation Department is to provide safe, efficient and caring transportation for all school children. 

Director's Message:  The Transportation Department is an important member of the educational team, which includes the school district and community.  We will continue to strive for excellence and are always looking for more efficient ways to improve our operation, while at the same time, placing the safety of our students and employees first.  We take seriously the trust and confidence that the parents and community have placed in us to transport what is most precious to us:  Our Children.   

The 2013-2014 School Bus Technician of the year was awarded to Roger Weaver from Kerrville ISD 

Thank you for your dedication to making sure all our school buses are safe and efficient to operate.

We are all very proud of you for this accomplishment.

(Roger is holding his award)





Transportation Department

 has a reputation of transporting

 students all over Texas safely and

 efficiently.  Please thank a bus

driver/bus aide for their dedication

 of transporting these students 

in a caring manner.



All bus requests must be submitted online.  Click the following link to begin:  http://fieldtriprequest

Campus office staff can now access student routing information by signing in to Infofinder LE.  Call the Transportation Office at 257-1333 for more information



Everyday at Transportation:

Transportation maintains a fleet of more than 40 buses, transports over 2600 children and covers over 160 square miles everyday.

From 5:00am, when the crew fires up the buses to begin the daily routes, until the last bus rolls into the yard around 5:30 pm, Transportation is on duty.

Transportation is dedicated to providing safe, efficient and caring bus service for the students of KISD.




One or more of the following criteria must be met in order for a student to be bus eligible:

  1. Any student that lives two or more miles from their assigned campus.
  2. Any student that requires specialized transportation services and it is stated in their IEP. 
  3. Student lives in a KISD board approved hazardous traffic area.
  4. Student is to be transported to a Grandparents house as long as the house is two or more miles from the student’s assigned school.
  5. Student is to be transported to a state recognized childcare facility as long as the childcare facility is two or more miles from the student’s assigned school.

NOTE:  Students that choose to stay at their overflow school the following year are not bus eligible.

NOTE:  Overflow students that live under two miles from their zoned campus will be picked up and dropped off at their zoned campus.  Overflow students that live two or more miles from their zoned campus will be picked up and dropped off at the neighborhood bus stop.

NOTE:  All Kindergarten and T1 students are not allowed to be dropped off without a pre-approved adult (12 or older) waiting at the stop to receive the student.  The child's legal guardian must go to their campus to fill out the approval form before the student can ride the school bus.  The campus secretary will send the form to the Transportation Dept.  The pre-aproved person MUST PRESENT A PHOTO ID TO THE DRIVER before receiving the student at the bus stop.  This is to ensure the safety of our students.  

Transportation Department

Brad Harvey

Transportation Director





Sue Hendrick

Transportation Coordinator



Mary Cervantes

Administrative Assistant



Roger Weaver

Lead Technician 



830- 257-1333
Fax: 257-1334
505 Yorktown Blvd
Kerrville, TX 78028



Elementary Attendance Zone Map, click here
To see street names you will need to zoom-in by clicking the plus sign (+)




Click the Link Below for the

Bus Safety Rules