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Parent Driver Forms


School will be closed 3-25-19 to 3-29-19 for Spring break. See you all back here on Monday April 1st!

  • “Is my child too sick to attend school?”  This is often a question we ask ourselves when the struggle may be whether keeping our kiddos home merits a day off of school or not. The Yolo County Health and Human Services, Communicable Disease Investigation and Control website has some great answers!  The DJUSD policy of keeping your child home with any of the following symptoms, will get your child well and keep other students and staff  from becoming ill :
    • Fever: If your child has a fever of 100 degrees or more, keep them home until they are fever free for 24 hours without the use of medicine.  If you child has a fever after 2:00pm, they may not attend school the following day.
    • Diarrhea/vomiting: Keep your child home for 24 hours past the last episode without the use of medicine.
    • Cough: A child with heavy cold symptoms, such as deep or uncontrollable coughing, or significant lack of energy, belongs at home, even without a fever.
    • Runny nose: If your child has a constant runny nose that they cannot maintain themselves, keep them home.
    • Sore throat: Keep your child at home and contact a medical provider for a severe sore throat with white spots in the back of the throat, with or without a fever.
    • Pink eye: Your child should be kept at home until evaluated by a medical provider.
    • Rash: Do not send a child with a rash to school until a medical provider has said it is safe to do so - especially with additional symptoms like itching, fever or ill appearance
    • Fluid-filled blisters of unknown origin: It is important to have these evaluated by a medical provider due to the risk of serious infection.

If the parent has already completed the paper version this year, they do not need to redo anything before the end of the year.  For the 2019-20 school year, all parents will be expected to submit the volunteer driver form online.



Parent Driver Forms are now online! It's just a few easy steps:

1. Click the link and log in with your name and email address

2. Fill out all of the highlighted areas on page 1 (include all your students in the district)

3. Electronically sign page 2 by typing your name

4. Scroll to the end of the form, click on 'Add Attachments' and upload a copy of your CA Driver's License and current auto insurance card.

5. Hit submit. Easy!

Parent Driver Form:

Link To Form

*If your auto insurance expires before the end of the sport season or end of school year, you will need to provide updated copies directly to the School Secretary (jser@djusd.net) who will upload the copy for you. You will not be able to re-access your form once it has been submitted.