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Bus Information

 Children entering a stopped School Bus

For further information, please contact

Dr. Queesha Tillman – Assistant Principal
at
910.868.8153

School Bus Rules

  • Be on time at the bus stop.
  • Wait for the bus back from the road.
  • Walk to the bus, do not push or run.
  • Always check traffic before crossing in front of the bus, and never cross behind the bus.
  • Cross where the driver can see you, move away quickly, and never bend down in front of the bus.
  • Sit correctly in your seat, flat bottom with back against the back of the seat.
  • Stay seated until the bus stops.
  • Be quiet on the bus and listen to your bus driver.
  • Keep your head and arms inside the bus.
  • Hold books and book bags in your lap.
  • Put trash in the trash box, not on the floor nor out the window.
  • Be courteous to others on the bus.
  • Take care of the bus property.
  • No eating, drinking or chewing gum while on the bus.

Guidelines

  • Students must be at their assigned bus stop on time.  Buses cannot wait for students.
  • Students who miss the bus at their assigned stop will have to find another means of transportation to school.
    The bus will not make unscheduled stops.
  • Students will ride their assigned bus only, unless directed by the principal to ride another bus.
  • Students will depart at their assigned bus stop.
  • Bus Stops are .2 a mile apart and at corners unless directed by the transportation office.

Cumberland County Schools
Student Bus Stop Release Procedure
Effective October 11, 2010

The safety of all students is of primary importance to the Cumberland County School System. All elementary schools will use the following guidelines for releasing students from the bus at
the end of the school day.

1. Pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students must be met at the bus stop by a parent or responsible adult. If there is no parent/adult at the bus stop to receive the
student the driver must return student to school at the conclusion of their route.

2. Parents/guardians may provide written permission to allow their children in grades First (1st) and Second (2nd) to be released at the bus stop unsupervised. If parental/guardian
consent has not been given and there is no parent/adult at the bus stop to receive the student the driver must return student to school at the conclusion of their route.

3. Students in grades 3, 4, and 5 may be released at the bus stop without an adult present.

4. Bus drivers have the discretion to return any student to school if conditions at the bus stop look unfavorable.

If a student is retained on the bus to be returned to the school, the driver shall notify the transportation department dispatcher who will inform the school.

An administrator must remain at the school 15 minutes after the conclusion of your school’s last bus route. An administrator shall be available by cell phone in the event buses experience delays in completing routes for any reason.

Students may be suspended from the bus for parent/guardian’s chronic failure to comply with the above guidelines, as determined by the principal.

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Published by Shenita Lise on September 20, 2016
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