Congratulations to the Transportation Department!

A School Transportation Assistance Review was performed by the State of Colorado School Finance Division in April.  It was the first time the State has seen a review with no filings!  Great job!

Peyton School District transportation is responsible for insuring safe and efficient transportation to and from schools and extra-curricular activities.  School transportation is provided free of charge as a convenience to all eligible students. The District is not required by law to provide transportation services. Only those students assigned may ride.

Hours of Operation

6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday


719.749.0074 option 1


Bus Driver Manuals

Today’s school buses are built with safety in mind. They are tougher, cleaner and more diligently maintained than ever before. School bus drivers are required to receive training, and undergo regular drug and alcohol testing to provide a safe ride for your child. And school bus traffic laws are strictly enforced. Find out what you don’t know about school bus ridership. Learn the facts and play it safe.

Students are about 50 times more likely to arrive at school alive if they take the bus than if they drive themselves or ride with friends. But did you also know that your child is much safer riding the bus than being driven by you? Add in the environmental and financial benefits, and it’s hard to find a reason to send your kids to school any other way.

Imagine a world with less traffic, cleaner air, and more affordable transportation. These are just some of the benefits that school bus ridership provides. While school buses are one of the safest ways to send your kids to school, there are many good reasons that make them a growing choice among parents for their children’s school commute. Find out what you don’t know about school bus ridership. Learn the facts and play it safe. Visit for more information.



  • Brian Lessig (719-749-0074 x214)

Fleet Maintenance

  • Derrick Lang (719-749-0074 x219)

Bus Drivers

  • Kimberly Compton, Route 1
  • Tammy O’Neill, Route 2
  • Wendy Lucky, Route 3
  • Terre Reader, Route 4
  • Tiffany Clark, Route 5
  • Bobby Hawkins, Route 6
  • Susan Moore, Route 7
  • Cristy Taylor, Route 8
  • Julie Meyers, Career Start (formerly AVP)
  • Martha Huber, SPED 1
  • Desirae Phelps, SPED 2
  • Molly Smith, SPED Monitor
  • Penny Kling, Substitute driver