Transportation Student Conduct
It is very important that your child knows what to do on and around a school bus. You should talk with her about how to get
on and off the bus safely. She should always wear the seat belt, and should use the handrails in getting on and off the bus.
She must remain seated until the bus comes to a complete stop. Your child should always listen to and obey the bus driver.
Misconduct on the bus will not be tolerated. Student bus monitors, selected by the bus coordinator, have the responsibility
of reporting incidents of misconduct to the school administration.
Children on buses
are expected to behave at all times. They must obey the following safety rules:
Wear seat belts at all times.
in the seat assigned by the driver or school staff.
Do not open windows without the driver's permission.
Do not ask
to be dropped off anywhere except your regular stop.
Do not ask to ride a bus other than your own.
Keep your head,
hands and arms inside the bus at all times.
Do not eat food, candy, pop, etc. while riding the bus.
Keep the aisle
clear at all times.
Never throw things on or out of the bus.
Do not move around the bus when it is in motion.
not touch the emergency doors or fire extinguisher.
In an emergency, stay in your seat until otherwise instructed.
Children who disobey these rules may have their bus privileges suspended. They are subject to all discipline guidelines
from the school in accordance with the Uniform Discipline Code. Repeated misconduct or a serious infraction of the bus rules
may result in expulsion from the bus