CEC currently offers bus transportation to and from school for a limited number of students.
Learn more about this service here:
If you are not by one of our bus stops, learn more about our carpooling program, Way to Go.
2019 Way to Go Schoolpool Registration
Join CECP’s Schoolpool program to connect with other families to drive, walk or bike to school together.
We are pleased to partner with Schoolpool, a program to help parents get their students to/from school. It’s free and there is no obligation to participate. Schoolpool is a service of Way to Go, a federally funded program of the Denver Regional Council of Governments (DRCOG).
How does Schoolpool work?
- Create an account and register your household address or intersection. (To maintain privacy and security, you will need to request the link to register from Dean Smith)
- Add comments to indicate special requests or preferences, such as “can provide morning rides in exchange for afternoon rides,” “student is in after-school actives,” or “looking for a walk buddy in the mornings.”
- Find and contact interested CECP families in your neighborhood or along your drive to/from school.
CECP has partnered with Way to Go to offer this program to our parents as a free service with the goal of reducing traffic congestion and minimizing the stress of getting children to and from school. Rest assured, your information will only be shared with participating CECP families. No one else will ever see your information, unless you elect to share your information with families at other schools.
The Schoolpool secure mapping service can be used for trip planning, or emergency trips and is a great resource to meet nearby families for other reasons such as play-dates and baby sitters.
The more families that register, the more likely you are to find good matches. Contact Way to Go at 303-458-7665 or email@example.com for assistance.
Read on about the SafeStop app to get notifications about bus arrivals and potential delays.
Colorado Early Colleges has partnered with SafeStop to provide parents and guardians with notifications regarding projected bus arrival times, potential delays or other important notifications. SafeStop's multi-platform application can also notify parents and guardians each time a student scans on or off the bus. In the event of a service interruption, bus breakdown or poor road conditions, the transportation team can send a push notification about the delay through the SafeStop app. There is no charge to use the SafeStop app. Please download your app for the best up to date communication from Transportation!
Steps to begin using the SafeStop app.
Register with SafeStop. Have your CEC's code number ready. (This is emailed to families by the transportation department)
Download the SafeStop app in the official Apple or Android app stores.
Download the SafeStop user guide to help get you started.
To add students in the app; Go to Settings, Manage Account, Choose your Jurisdiction, then choose manage student scanning. From here the parent will just add their students name and the card number on their ZPASS as the scan code.
For questions regarding CEC Transportation, please contact:
London Washington-Transportation Supervisor