Dec 5, 2012

Bus Safety Tips

Your school transportation provider wants to make sure your child's trip to and from school is as enjoyable as possible. We all play a role in achieving this goal. In order to get your child to school safely, on time and ready to learn, it's important that he or she understand the school bus safety rules. Please review and discuss the rules listed below with your child. Please remember that riding the bus is a privilege and students should demonstrate appropriate behavior at all times.
  • Stay in your seat.
  • Keep the noise level down.
  • Keep heads, hands and feet inside the bus.
  • Don't throw things inside the bus or out the windows.
  • No eating or drinking on the bus.
  • Keep the bus clean.
  • Don't be destructive.
  • Be courteous.
  • Cooperate with the driver and one another.
  • Stay out of the "danger zone" -- anywhere within 10 feet of the bus.
  • Don't ever try to get anything you left on the bus after you have already gotten off. The bus driver will do his best to make sure personal property is returned.
  • Always follow the driver's directions about how to cross the street. Be alert to traffic, look both ways, and always walk in front of the bus.

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