Wash. district holds ride-along for incoming students

Posted on August 16, 2012

ISSAQUAH, Wash. — Issaquah School District #411 held a “Come, ride along” school bus tour last week for incoming kindergartners, The Issaquah Press reports.

The tour included a stop at Clark Elementary School to see how the buses line up, a trip through the bus-sized car wash and practice run of unloading and crossing the street in front of the bus. Parents and students rode the bus together.

During the tour, driver Don Cook talked to parents about the features of the bus, such as the camera and GPS unit.

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