- Observe classroom conduct.
- Be courteous, use no profane language.
- Do not eat or drink on the bus.
- Keep the bus clean.
- Co-operate with the driver.
- Do not smoke.
- Do not damage bus or equipment.
- Stay in your seat.
- Keep head, hands, and feet inside bus.
- Do not fight, push or shove.
- Do not tamper with bus equipment.
- Do not bring pets on the bus.
- Do not bring flammable material on the bus.
- The bus driver is authorized to assign seats.
- Have a safe trip.
Big Bus Expectations and Responsibilities
When a bus arrives at a bus stop, the safest place for the student to be is at the bus stop waiting. It is for this reason that all students must be at their bus stop five minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time. Students must be standing at the bus stop, not waiting in vehicles, houses or garages. If running on time, big buses are not required to wait for students who are not standing at the stop when the bus arrives. Please have your student at his/her bus stop five minutes before the scheduled pick-up time.
While at a bus stop, it is important for students to respect the rights of property owners. Students must not trample landscaping, climb on railings or stairways, play on cars, yards or in driveways or leave trash behind.
Special Education and Preschool Expectations and Responsibilities
Curb to curb transportation service is provided for many of our Special Education and Preschool students. Please have your child ready and watching for the bus to arrive 5 minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time. When the bus arrives, your child should be ready to exit your home and board the bus. If your child is not ready, the bus will wait one minute. If your child is not in the process of exiting the home and boarding the bus after the one-minute grace period has expired, the bus will continue on the scheduled route ensuring that the other students on the bus route are not waiting unnecessarily.
Do not lose your bus privileges! Follow these rules.