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Transportation

Bus Conduct/School Bus Safety


The bus driver is in full charge of the school bus at all times and is responsible for order: passengers must obey the driver promptly and respectfully.  The rights of pupils to ride on the bus are conditional, requiring good behavior and observance of bus rules.  Permanent bus stops will be designated every fourth block in accordance with the student population.  Students should be on time at their designated bus stops.  No child should stand in the roadway while waiting for the bus.   Children should observe safety rules when walking to and from bus stops and conduct themselves in a safe and orderly manner while waiting for their buses.  Crowding and pushing when entering and exiting buses is prohibited.  A child should not approach a bus when it is in motion.  Children will only be picked up and discharged on the side of the Boulevard, Central Avenue or Barnegat Avenue on which they live.  Crossing these streets will not be permitted unless an adult is there to accompany the child at the time of the arrival of the bus.  Several other important transportation regulations should be discussed with your child:

1. Students should go immediately to their assigned seat on the bus and remain there until the bus reaches its destination.
2. Keep arms and other parts of the body inside the bus at all times.
3. Assist in keeping the bus safe and clean; respect and protect its furniture and equipment.
4. Loud talking or excessive noise on the bus is prohibited as this kind of confusion distracts the driver who must concentrate on the road.
5. Any damage to the bus should be reported immediately to the driver.
6. In case of a road emergency, remain in your seat until instructions are given by your driver.
7. Keep the aisles clear.
8. Be courteous and responsible passengers.
9. Do not open or close windows without the permission of the driver.
10. Never throw any article from a bus window.
11. For safety reasons, live animals and large items such as skateboards, surfboards, etc, are not permitted on the bus.
12. On all buses equipped with seat belts, students are required by law to buckle-up and remain buckled until ready to depart the bus.

Bicycle and Skateboard Safety

Children are permitted to ride bicycles and skateboards to school with the permission of their parents.  All of our students are required, under the provisions of New Jersey Helmet Law, to wear helmets at all times when riding a bicycle or skateboard.  Students should be instructed in the proper handling of bicycles and observe the following traffic and safety regulations:

1.  Observe all traffic regulations, traffic signal lights, stop signs, one-way streets, etc.
2.  Ride with the traffic, keeping to the right in a straight line; ride single file on public roads.
3.  Give proper hand signals before turning or stopping.
4.  It is recommended that bicycles be equipped with a front white light and a rear red light, visible for up to 500 feet.
5.  It is also recommended that the bicycle be equipped with an audible signal, such as a bell or horn, which can be heard for up to 100 feet.
6.  Brakes should be in good working condition.
7.  Riding double, stunt riding and hitching on other vehicles are strictly prohibited.





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