- 1 Is the bus stop considered school property?
- 2 What should you tell the kids to do if they drop something near the bus?
- 3 Should my child take the bus?
- 4 How many miles can a school bus go on a full tank?
- 5 When a school bus is loading or unloading students you do not need to stop?
- 6 How can we improve school bus safety?
- 7 When stopping to pick up students a bus driver should?
- 8 How early can you drop your kid off at school?
- 9 What would happen if you took the bus home from school?
- 10 Do Japanese students have class on Saturdays?
- 11 When did bussing end in California?
- 12 What is high mileage for a school bus?
- 13 How many miles is a 1 hour drive?
- 14 Why are used school buses so cheap?
Is the bus stop considered school property?
Part of you private property is public property if they need if for roads or whatever. Seems to follow that, while a school bus is picking up/dropping off kids, that portion of property could be considered school property.
What should you tell the kids to do if they drop something near the bus?
If you drop something near the bus, tell the bus driver. Never try to pick it up without warning the driver first, because the driver may not be able to see you.
Should my child take the bus?
Ability to Keep Schedules in Tact Riding the school bus allows for younger children to enjoy that quality time at home with Mommy the way the older kids were able to have when they were young. Keeping the younger kids on their set schedules doesn’t just benefit the younger kids, it also benefits the older ones.
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.
How can we improve school bus safety?
20 Ways To Increase School Bus Safety
- Use the 3-Bus Rule – buses are unloaded three at a time to allow a minimum number of students on the ground with the maximum amount of adult supervision.
- Keep Back Bus Seats Empty – most bus crashes happen from the rear of the bus.
When stopping to pick up students a bus driver should?
When stopping to pick up students, a school bus should be put in park. If the transmission does not have a park shift point, the vehicle should instead be placed in neutral.
How early can you drop your kid off at school?
California students may drop out legally once they turn 18. Students who are 16 or 17 may also leave school, but only if they: have their parents’ permission, and. pass the California High School Proficiency Exam, which leads to a certificate that’s equivalent to a diploma (more on that below).
What would happen if you took the bus home from school?
What would happen if you took the school bus home? The police would make you bring it back.
Do Japanese students have class on Saturdays?
Traditionally Japanese students attended class on Saturdays; although education reforms from 2002 have made them no longer mandatory, many schools have begun to bring them back. Schools have limited autonomy in developing their curriculum or choosing their textbooks.
When did bussing end in California?
The petitions to stop the busing plan were subsequently denied by Justice Rehnquist and Justice Powell. California Constitutional Proposition 1, which mandated that busing follow the Equal protection clause of the U.S. Constitution, passed in 1979 with 70 percent of the vote.
What is high mileage for a school bus?
These standards determine the maximum age and mileage for which a bus should be used. Smith said buses are expected to last about 12-15 years and 250,000 miles under normal conditions.
How many miles is a 1 hour drive?
approximately 0.6818 miles per hour.
Why are used school buses so cheap?
Prices of Used Buses One reason why used buses are so cheap is that they may not meet government regulations (discussed below) and thus cannot be purchased by government agencies. Another reason why they are so cheap is that many of them are just purchased for parts.