Riding the school bus is a new experience for some children. The bus is a very safe way for your child to travel to and from school. In fact, school buses are the safest vehicles on the road. Below are practical tips to help you prepare your child to safely ride the school bus.
If you have a concern with the SSSBT bus driver or Bus Monitor, please contact the School Bus Coordinator. If your issue is still not resolved please contact the Back Office of SSSBT and register a complaint via email or via telephone. Do not approach the bus driver or stop the bus or interfere with the operation of the school bus in any way.
The behavior of each student on the bus directly affects the safety of others. Incidents of poor behavior on the bus are directly reported in writing by the Bus Monitor to the School Coordinator and then to School Principal. Depending on the seriousness of the incident, the principal may issue a warning to the student, speak to parents, suspend bus privileges or take other disciplinary action.
The following safeguards will assist students during the first few weeks of school:
Further SSSBT request parents to make sure the students are aware of the bus rules and also respect the Bus Driver and Monitor and adhere to all instructions issued by them at all times.
Again, SEVEN STARS SCHOOL BUSES TRANSPORTATION are pleased to provide your child school bus transportation to and from school. Above are the rules for students riding the bus that was adopted by the SSSBT. One element of the School bus safety program is the important role Parents share in reinforcing school bus safety. Please take the time to review the above safety procedures with your child, so they have a clear understanding of the conduct expected of them while traveling to and from school.