Transportation rules and regulations

The privilege of any student to ride in a school bus is conditioned by following the bus rules and regulations.

• Bus routes and assignment of stops are made by the school after receiving the request from the parents/guardians.
• Bus routes and bus stops are reviewed annually and necessary changes will be made in the beginning of the year according to the demand. Request for an alternate bus or to a different stop will only will be considered if the request is permanent in nature.
• All requests must be in writing and are subject to the approval of the school administration and based on the availability of the school buses. The decision of the school authorities will be final.
• The bus stops are fixed and the parents must make adequate arrangements to pick up and drop the child at the respective bus stops. Parents are responsible for the safety of their child on the way to the pickup point and vice versa.
• Students of the primary section will not be dropped off without a responsible adult to meet them at the allotted dropping point. They will be brought back to school.
• Children should arrive at the pickup point approximately 10 minutes prior to the scheduled pick-up time.
• Students will be respectful to the driver and the helper and will follow their instructions with prompt obedience.
• Students should be polite and courteous to everyone in the bus.
• Students will ride only in the assigned bus number and route. Change of the bus can be done only with a prior request in writing and after the approval of the school administrator.
• For safety reasons the students should not extend their hands, legs, and head out of the bus window at any time. Throwing things out of the bus is prohibited
• Eating and drinking in the bus is not allowed.
• Students are requested to take care of the bus seating and other equipment in the bus. Any damage caused by the student will be levied on the student in the form of cash or replacement.
• Students are requested to maintain strict discipline inside the bus. Student’s actions must not cause any kind of disturbance to the driver or their ability to follow the safety procedures.
• The school-appointed personnel is responsible for enforcing the above-mentioned rules and regulations. The students will listen to the instructions given by the personnel in the bus for their own safety.
• Disorderly conduct or refusal to obey the regulations shall be sufficient reason for refusing transportation service to the student. The school will notify the parents in such instances. For further details contact the school office.