The Argyle ISD Transportation Department provides bus services to Eagle students. If you have questions, please call the offices at 940-464-7241 x13011. These lines will have someone available from 6 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday – Friday. If the lines are busy, please leave a message. A member of the transportation department will return the call as soon as possible.
If you are not sure if you have registered your student for transportation services during the online enrollment, please contact your student's campus.
To find out more information about your student's bus route click here.
Argyle ISD uses a computerized routing and mapping system as the standard by which all eligibility measurements are made. This is accomplished by incorporating GIS street and parcel data provided by the county.n When schools are established, GPS coordinates of the flagpole are taken and imported into the routing system. This allows for the most accurate measurement between the flagpole and each residence in a given attendance zone and is the standard used by Argyle ISD.
Bus Passes & Releasing Pre-K through 5th Grade Students
All Pre-K through 5th-grade students are issued a bus pass. If your student has not received a bus pass, they are not registered for transportation and will not be allowed to ride the bus until transportation services have been requested and processed. Please allow up to 72 hours to process the request.
In Argyle ISD, student safety is always our number one priority. AISD Transportation requires that all students in Pre-K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade and 3rd grade have a legal guardian, parent, or sibling (4th grade or older) at the bus stop to receive them off the bus. A waiver can be sent to the Transportation Department to allow the student off without supervision.
Not Eligible for Busing?
Although great measures to avoid inaccuracies, please understand errors may occur. If you feel we have made an error, click here to submit your specific request.
The Transportation Department will investigate the request and verify the distance determined by the mapping and routing system. After the verification is complete, an email or phone response will be sent with the findings. If it is determined that the measurement is incorrect, the appropriate changes to the stop boundary will be made and busing information will be provided.
School Board Approved Walk-to-Stop Distances
Routes are created using the Board approved walk-to-stop distances. Elementary and Intermediate students may be required to walk up to ¼ of a mile to a bus stop.
Middle School and High School students may be required to walk up to ½ of a mile to a bus stop. Bus routes are designed to limit student ride time to no more than 55 minutes one-way if at all possible.