Transportation Rules & Regulations
The Belmond-Klemme Community Schools believe that the transportation of students to and from school is serious business. Because of this, certain rules and procedures have been established that will facilitate our goal of delivering students to school and home again in a safe and efficient manner. Students are expected to follow the rules established for school bus behavior.
The bus driver is responsible for supervising the students on his or her bus at all times. The drivers are expected to exert a positive influence on students and are expected to be positive role models in terms of courtesy, good grooming, friendliness, and helpfulness. Students are expected to follow the directions of the bus driver, and are expected to treat the bus driver in a friendly and cooperative manner.
Activity shuttles will run each night from Belmond to Goodell to Klemme, and Belmond to Rowan at 5:45 p.m., dropping off students on the west side of the park in Klemme, Main Street in Goodell, and Main Street in Rowan.
The activity routes will be evaluated periodically for the number of riders. The availability of our activity shuttles will be determined by student need.
In order to assist the drivers, students, and parents in understanding what exactly is expected of students, the following rules and procedures have been established for the 2007-2008 school year:
PLEASE STAY BACK FROM THE CURB AND DO NOT CROWD TO BE THE FIRST ONE ON THE BUS. There is great danger from the possibility of pushing someone in front of or under the wheels of the bus. There is room for all; the students must be careful of this hazard.
If you are not riding on a particular day, please call the Jr-Sr High School office at 444-4300, ext. 221 as early as possible as the secretary can then radio the bus driver. As a back up you could also call the family preceding you on the bus route so they can inform the driver not to stop and wait.
|Contact: Jon Swenson|