Kindergarten Promotion Information

Please read the Ventura County Public Health & Department of Transportation

Instruction Below Carefully & Review Our Procession Map


At this time, Ventura County Public Health is allowing car line celebrations for graduations, birthdays, and other special days. When followed, the Car Line Celebration Public Health Protocol will minimize the risk of spread of COVID-19. The car line must be organized by a designated host who is responsible for ensuring full compliance with the protocol and adherence to the State Health Officer’s Stay at Home Order, which precludes mass gatherings.

Health Screening

  1. Persons experiencing symptoms associated with COVID-19 (fever of 100 F or above, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, sore throat, chills, repeated shaking with chills, headache, muscle pain, or a new loss of taste or smell) may not participate and must stay home. Participants should self-screen shortly before and during the car line celebration.                      

Physical Distancing

  1. All participants, excluding school personnel and security, must arrive and remain in a fully enclosed motorized vehicle. Open convertibles, motorcycles, vehicles without doors (golf carts, etc.), scooters, skateboards, bicycles, and any other mode of transportation that is not a fully enclosed motorized vehicle are not permitted.

    1. School personnel must remain 6 feet from the car at all times while taking photos.

    2. Occupants of the vehicle are limited to members of the same household, and no more than the legal occupancy in the vehicle is allowed.

    3. Occupants of the vehicle must not exit the vehicle to take photos, greet others, change vehicles, or for any reason, except if occupants must use the restroom for emergency purposes.

    4. Participants may not park for the purpose of gathering before, during, or after the procession.

    5. Persons at higher risk for severe symptoms of COVID-19 are recommended to stay home. 

Safe Driving

  1. Drivers must follow the rules of the road, including all traffic control devices such as stop signs and traffic signals.

  2. Vehicle occupants must remain inside the vehicle at all times.

  3. Drivers must be considerate of driveways along the route and allow other vehicles to cross into and out of driveways.

  4. Drivers must be aware of bicyclists in the street and allow bicyclists to occupy the travel lane.

  5. Drivers must be aware of pedestrians in the roadway or crossing the street.

  6. Drivers must not block bus stops or crosswalks