School Bus Registration
Any student who needs In-Town or Rural busing please complete this registration form. For families with multiple students, please complete the form once per child.
There is a section for shuttle services. Please complete if shuttle services are needed.
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STUDENT CONDUCT ON SCHOOL BUSES & Student Responsibilities
STUDENT CONDUCT ON SCHOOL BUSES
When a child is riding, boarding, or leaving the bus, the bus driver has supervisory control over the student and may exercise reasonable and necessary physical restraint to maintain that control. In view of the fact that a bus is an extension of the classroom, the Board will require children to conduct themselves in the bus in a manner consistent with established standards for classroom behavior, including the expectations outlined in regulation EEAR; Student Transportation. In cases when a child does not conduct himself properly on a bus, the bus driver will bring such instances to the attention of the building principal and transportation supervisor by using the Behavior Infraction Report. The building principal will inform the parents immediately of the misconduct and request their cooperation in checking the child’s behavior. Children who become a serious disciplinary problem on the school bus may have their riding privileges suspended by the principal. In such cases, the parents of the children involved become responsible for seeing that their children get to and from school safely at their own expense.
Students are required to adhere to the following rules:
Students will ride on assigned buses, in the assigned seats.
Students shall conform to the same standards of conduct as expected of them in school.
Students are expected to obey the driver.
Student and parent/guardian shall be responsible for damage to the vehicle caused by the student.
Students are expected to be on time at the designated bus stop. The vehicle will come to a full stop but will not wait for late arrivals.
Students should remain on the sidewalk or out of traffic lanes while waiting for the transportation.
Students should respect the property of the residents while waiting at the bus stop.
Students must stand a safe distance from the curb and wait until the door is opened and the driver signals to enter the bus.
Students shall remain seated while the bus is in motion.
Students shall not extend head or limbs out of the window.
Students shall not throw anything out of the window.
Students shall not use profane or indecent language or gestures.
Students shall sit in designated seats if assigned.
Students are not permitted to bring animals or pets on the bus.
Students are not allowed to eat, drink, or use tobacco on the bus.
Students shall be quiet when the bus approaches a railroad crossing stop.
Students shall not use emergency door except in cases of emergency or safety drills.
Students must not cross the street until after the driver signals and must be at least ten feet in front of the bus.
Students with communicable disease will not be allowed to ride the bus.
Students shall not carry weapons, explosives, matches, or fireworks on the bus.
These responsibilities may need to be adapted to the functioning level of special needs students.
Parent (Guardian) Full Name
Parent's Phone Number
Parent's Email Address
Student's Full Name
JK - Morning or afternoon only. Mid-Day is done by van.
9 - Rural Busing ONLY
10 - Rural Busing ONLY
11 - Rural Busing ONLY
12 - Rural Busing ONLY
High School - Rural Busing ONLY
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