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Broaddus ISD School Bus Rules & Consequences
Broaddus ISD School Bus Rules & Consequences
Misty Mitchell
Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Broaddus ISD School Bus Rules and Consequences Effective 11 October 2018  Be respectful and obey the bus driver.  Bus riders will be courteous to each other and will use a conversational voice when talking to each other or to the bus driver. There will be no profanity used while riding the bus. Bus Riders will stay in their seats at all times when the bus is moving.  There will be no standing or changing seats while the bus is in motion. Do not leave litter or trash on the bus. All rules that apply while a student is in school apply while riding a Broaddus ISD school bus. For example, no tobacco is allowed on the bus, nor are any types of weapons. Again, any rules or regulations that apply at Broaddus ISD also apply on the Broaddus ISD buses.   Consequences for misconduct are as follows:   First Conduct Report: The student will have a conference with the principal wherein disciplinary action may be taken. The student will retain riding privileges contingent upon the student not receiving another conduct report.   Second Conduct Report: Disciplinary action may be taken and the student will lose bus privileges for up to five days.   Third Conduct Report: Disciplinary action may be taken and the student will lose bus privileges for up to ten days.   Fourth Conduct Report: Disciplinary action will be taken and the student may lose bus privileges for the remainder of the year.   Bus drivers will treat all students with respect and will be courteous to Broaddus ISD students. If a student or students refuse to comply with the bus driver's directive (s), the bus driver will pull the bus off of the road at the first safe location, put the bus in park, turn on his caution lights, and either radio or call for an administrator to come to the location of the parked bus. An administrator will arrive and assess the situation.