• Rules of Conduct and Responsibilities of Pupils on the School Bus

    1. Be ready in the morning at the scheduled time for the bus to arrive at your stop.
    2. Do not stand or play in the roadway while awaiting the bus.
    4. Wait until bus has come to a complete stop before attempting to get on or off.
    5. Obey the bus driver cheerfully and promptly.
    6. Leave the bus only at your home stop or with the consent of the driver.
    7. Enter or leave the bust only at the front door except in case of an emergency.
    8. Do not exchange seats or move around in the bus while it is in motion.
    9. Be seated if possible, but if not, move to the rear of the bus, and stand away from the doors.
    10. Make room for other children to get on or off the bus.
    11. Do not use tobacco in any form, strike matches, shoot fireworks, or open any knife while on the school bus.
    12. Do not extend head, arms, or hands from the windows of the bus.
    13. Do not use vulgar or profane language.
    14. Refrain from yelling or shouting at anyone.
    15. Observe orderly classroom conduct (except for ordinary conversation) while getting off or on and while riding the bus.
    16. Do not throw any objects in or at the bus, nor out of the bus windows.
    17. Any breakage, injury or damage to the bus caused by careless or willful act shall be paid for by the offending pupil or his/her parents.
    18. Whe necessary to cross the highway after getting off the school bus, make certain the bus is stationary, the front door is still open, and the stop arm is extended, then cross in front of the bus, look both ways and stay out of the line of traffic until the path across the roadway is safe. Then proceed across the highway when the driver or bus monitor signals for you to cross.
    19. Keep the bus clean and sanitary.
    20. Refrain from eating nuts, candies, fruits, etc., on the school bus.
    21. Do not quarrel, scuffle, or molest other pupils while riding the bus.
    22. Cooperate at all times with the principal, the driver and the monitor in the fulfillment of the duties to which they have been assigned.
    23. REMEMBER every rule or responsibility of all concerned is for YOUR safety, YOUR comfort, and YOUR benefit.
  • Bus Rules