School Bus Regulations(English)
REGULATIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF PUPILS RIDING ON SCHOOL BUSES
Pupils must always ride their assigned bus.
Pupils must take a seat when they enter the bus and remain seated while the bus is in motion.
Pupils shall not move from one seat to another only if permission from the driver is given and at a time when the bus is not in motion. Pupils should get on and off the bus only when the bus is fully stopped.
Pupil conduct on the bus shall be substantially like classroom conduct except that reasonable conversation is permissible.
Children must remain seated until the bus has completely stopped, then stand and leave the bus.
No fooling, fighting, pushing, yelling, etc., on the bus or at the bus stop. There must be no taunting or teasing of any child.
Conversation with the driver is prohibited.
Pupils, upon entering the bus, must leave the windows as they are unless permission by the bus driver is given to open or close.
Pupils must not at any time extend their arms or head out of the bus windows.
Pupils shall assist in keeping the bus clean, sanitary, and orderly, and shall refrain from damaging or abusing the bus, its cushions or other equipment.
No pupil shall leave the bus without written permission from the parents or proper school authorities, except at his/her stop and at the school.
Pupils must leave the bus quietly and orderly and move right away from the bus.
Pupils shall keep away from buses on which they are not scheduled as passengers and shall not deface them or any of the other equipment.
Pupils who damage, injure, or deface any bus or any equipment on the bus shall be held liable for such damage.
Pupils who have their bus privileges suspended must still attend school.
ANY PUPIL WHO SHALL COMMIT ANY VIOLATION OF THE ABOVE
REGULATIONS MAY BE FORBIDDEN BY THE SCHOOL AUTHORITIES,
EITHER TEMPORARILY OR PERMANENTLY, FROM RIDING THE BUS IN
QUESTION, MAY BE SUSPENDED FROM SCHOOL, AND MAY BE REFERRED
TO THE JUVENILE COURT, OR SUBJECTED TO SUCH OTHER DISCIPLINARY
ACTION AS MAY SEEM PROPER TO THE SUPERINTENDENT AND THE
BOARD OF EDUCATION. IF WARRANTED, WHEN PUPILS VIOLATE THE
ABOVE REGULATIONS AND PARENTS DON’T COOPERATE WITH THE
SCHOOL DEPARTMENT, A REFERRAL MAY BE MADE TO DCF.
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