- 1 How are school bus stops determined?
- 2 What does the stop button do on a school bus?
- 3 How do you annoy a school bus driver?
- 4 How do you control extreme behavior on a school bus?
- 5 How many miles can a school bus go on a full tank?
- 6 When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
- 7 Do you have to press the stop button on a bus?
- 8 How many mirrors does a school bus have?
- 9 Where should students walk to after exiting the bus?
- 10 Why are buses so annoying?
- 11 Why are school bus drivers so rude?
- 12 Is being a school bus driver stressful?
- 13 How do you handle a fight on a school bus?
- 14 How should you behave on a school bus?
- 15 How should you behave on a bus?
How are school bus stops determined?
The Non-Transported areas, less than 2 miles, are determined by measuring the distance, in the most direct route, from the home of the student to the nearest property line of the school of attendance.
It is a child check button. When the driver turns the bus off at the end of his route, a low tone alarm warning will sound inside the bus. then the driver proceeds to the back of the bus and presses this button to cancel the alarm warning.
How do you annoy a school bus driver?
10 Ways To Annoy Bus Drivers
- When the bus stops make sure your the only one getting on the when the doors open put your foot down and tie your shoe laces then when your done just walk away like nothing happened.
- Don’t touch on or off and say My mum’s cousions aunties dead dog at my myki.
How do you control extreme behavior on a school bus?
If a situation of extreme behavior ever does occur on the school bus, keep these two points in mind as you follow this procedure: A. Slowly and calmly pull the bus over to the side of the road and stop. Do not continue driving with out of control students.
How many miles can a school bus go on a full tank?
On average, a clean-diesel school bus can travel about 510 miles on a tank of diesel vs. only 270 miles on gasoline, based on the same standard-sized fuel tanks.
When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
You must stop at least thirty feet from a stopped school bus that is loading or unloading children. This is required by law whether you are meeting the bus or traveling behind it.
If stops aren’t announced in your bus, but you know where the stops are, press the stop button soon after passing the last bus stop before your destination. Wait until there is no doubt that you mean the next stop. Some people press the stop button the moment you pass a bus stop, and that creates ambiguity.
How many mirrors does a school bus have?
There are many more mirrors on a school bus than on a car. Buses have 7 mirrors; one interior rearview mirror and 6 external mirrors (3 to monitor each side.)
Where should students walk to after exiting the bus?
Where should students walk to after exiting the bus? bring the school bus to a full stop on the right side of the roadway, with the front bumper at least 10 feet away from students at the designated stop. This forces the students to walk to the bus, and that will give you a better view of their movements.
Why are buses so annoying?
There are bus driver shortages both in city buses and school buses this means that drivers are overworked, the buses are overcrowded, on top of unreasonable schedules so sometimes you will see them flying by really fast and other times you will have a slow one because they expect drivers to follow the speed limit and
Why are school bus drivers so rude?
There’s a perception amongst the general public that drivers can sometimes be rude which stems from their quiet nature and overall, general lack of interaction with passengers. The reality is that drivers are not ignoring us to be rude. They are simply focusing on the task in front of them which is very important.
Is being a school bus driver stressful?
” It is a very stressful job,” she said. “Either you have to be a person that nothing bothers you or you have to be stressed out all the time.” Low wages and a three-year salary freeze are other disadvantages to the job, according to drivers. Bus drivers are paid $7 an hour and they work an average of 30 hours a week.
How do you handle a fight on a school bus?
Don’t do nothing
- Immediately notify dispatch that there is a fight on your bus.
- Provide your bus location.
- Pull off to a safe area if possible.
- Stop and secure the bus.
- Provide directives to the students near the combatants to distance themselves from the combatants.
How should you behave on a school bus?
Behave at the school bus stop so as not to threaten life, limb or property of any individual. Go directly to a seat (empty or assigned) so the bus may safely resume motion. Remain seated, keeping aisles and exits clear. Observe classroom conduct and obey drivers promptly and respectfully.
How should you behave on a bus?
Behavior on the Bus
- Never stand or switch seats while the bus is in motion.
- Keep aisle clear.
- Talk quietly amongst themselves.
- Never throw objects on the bus.
- Never throw objects out the windows.
- Never put head or arms out the window.
- Never use foul language.