Welcome to Support Service (Maintenance, Housing, Security, and Transportation)
All issues will be taken in the order they are received. Requests are subject to priorities, ie. financials, health, and safety.
Director of Support Services
Campus Security Direct Line: 928-206-9280
Weekend Admin On Duty
Weekend Admin on Duty can be reached at 928-209-9277
Hours from Friday 5 PM to Monday 8 AM (Holiday weekend hours may differ).
Security can also be reached 24/7 at 928-206-9280
Please submit a SchoolDude IT Requests for all computer and networking issues. All issues will be taken in the order they are received. Requests are subject to priorities, ie financials, health, and safety.
School Dude Guide (must be logged in your google account)
Contact Bonnie Johnson at email@example.com.
If you are NOT a returning user-you are a new teacher or have never used the SchoolDude ticketing system-follow the instructions below to set your personal SchoolDude password.
1. Click on the SchoolDude link and click the down arrow to open the registration form.
2. If the account number is not automatically assigned, the account number for SPS is 458874201 and fill out the rest of the form. Please use your school assigned email.
3. Click Register.
Lead Bus Driver
Student Safety Tips
Most serious school bus incidents occur when children are outside buses and most involve children under the age of nine.
10 Simple Rules
Help keep children safe by teaching 10 simple safety rules:
1. Be early for the bus.
2. Never run to or from the bus.
3. Be alert and stand back from the curb.
4. Don't push or shove.
5. Stay in your seat.
6. Don't yell or shout.
7. Always obey the driver.
8. Wait for the driver's signal before crossing the street.
9. Always walk at least 12 feet (6 giant steps) in front of the bus.
10. Never crawl under a school bus.
Keeping Children Safe at Bus Stops
Adults should go with children to, and meet children at, yellow bus stops. This is required for kindergarten students.
Drawstrings on clothing can catch in school bus doors, as well as on playground equipment, fences and escalators. Remove or shorten drawstrings on children's shirts, jackets or backpacks, or replace drawstrings with another kind of fastener that does not have a knot on the end.
Avoid Using Gadgets Near Buses
Headphones, cell phones and MP3 players are examples of gadgets that can distract children from knowing when a bus is approaching. Urge your children to wait to use gadgets such as these until they are a safe distance from the bus.
Parents/guardians should help children learn about the bus "Danger Zones," such as the bus' wheels, front and rear. School buses will park bumper-to-bumper in a loading zone to prevent students or adults from walking between buses. Teach your child to stay at least 12 feet (6 giant steps) away from a parked school bus.
Crossing Streets Safely
Tips for crossing the street safely:
STAY on your side of the road - far back from the road edge and away from traffic.
WAIT for the bus to stop and LOOK for the driver's signal to cross the street. Making eye contact with the bus driver is critical to safely crossing a street.
CHECK traffic both ways - then check again.
CROSS the street directly across, checking traffic both ways.
WALK about 12 feet (6 giant steps) ahead of the bus' bumper
BOARD the bus quickly.
Exiting the Bus
Tips for crossing the street safely after getting off the bus:
WALK along the side of the road until you can see your bus driver.
STOP and wait for the signal to cross from the driver.
LOOK for traffic both ways. If you see a vehicle that has not stopped, go back to the bus immediately.
CROSS the road quickly after all vehicles have stopped.Exiting the Bus