Bus Safety

Rules for Riding the Bus Safely:

Take your seat promptly and sit properly, facing forward at all times. Stay in the seat. (This is a big one!)

Place bags under your seat or on your lap. Keep the aisle of the bus clear at all times.

Always keep your head, hands and arms inside the bus. Throwing objects inside or outside of the bus is not permitted.

Talk quietly; the driver needs to concentrate to safely drive the bus. Fighting, shouting, or use of obscene language is not permitted.

Video recording is not permitted.

Be absolutely quiet when approaching a railroad crossing. Participate in all bus evacuation procedures.

There is no eating or  drinking on school buses. This rule protects students or drivers who have food allergies and anaphylaxis, prevents choking, and maintains bus cleanliness.

Always follow the bus driver’s instructions. Please know the name of your bus driver, and greet him/her with a smile.

Kindergarten children and those with special needs must be met at the stop. 

Adhering to these rules will help to keep all of our children safe. Parents will be contacted if their children need reminders. If problems continue, then, unfortunately, alternate arrangements will need to be made for transportation. Our school buses should be safe and happy places for everyone.