Driver Information Page
All parent drivers for activities or athletic events must have proper documentation on file at CHS and the GUSD.
Transportation has required all drivers for the 2019-2020 school year to resubmit ALL paperwork. Please follow the checklist at the bottom of the application form to ensure you have all the paperwork filled out correctly to avoid any delays.
Driver Packets are available for pick-up in the Main Office or print out online.
Please contact Ryan Dequin (669) 205-5328 or the Transportation Department (408) 842-0306 with any questions.
Driver Information Application Forms
For information on becoming a volunteer driver for athletic events and teams, visit Gilroy Unified School District's Transportation page and review the requirements.
Volunteer driver applicants can drop off their application to the GUSD Transportation Office (8067 Swanston Lane), submit to your site's athletic director or email them to Patrishia Tice, GUSD Transportation Supervisor for approval (Patrishia.Tice@GilroyUnified.org).
2019-2020 School Year Athletic Transportation Policy:
Any Christopher High School student who wishes to ride home with their parent or legal guardian after an athletic contest or game, performance, or activity, must complete and submit a transportation release form and give it to their head coach or program director before taking the student home.
The release form only covers one single game, contest, activity, or performance. If a student has not submitted a transportation release form, they must use the same transportation source they used to arrive to their game, performance, or activity.
Students are not allowed to return home with anyone except their parents or legal guardians. Students will not be released to siblings, relatives, family friends, parents of other students not acting in the capacity of volunteer drivers, or any other drivers to transport student/athletes home.
Fingerprint and TB Guidelines
Gilroy Unified adheres to California state statutes pertaining to supervised volunteerism in schools. Beginning Jan. 1, 2017, all parent volunteers and parents who have contact with students must submit clearance of TB to volunteer at a school site. Fingerprinting clearance by the FBI and DOJ is required in certain situations, which are outlined here.