The boy’s parents sued a Missouri school district, claiming that their son was injured when another student punched him on the bus.
Fayette County (Ky.) Public Schools launches “Books on Board” on some buses on the first day of school. Elementary school students can borrow books when they board and return them when they exit.
With five rotating bus monitors, Dickson County Schools is working to improve student behavior, boosting safety for drivers and passengers.
Oregon district staff members help adapt Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports to the school bus. Incidents decline, and relationships strengthen between school staff and drivers as well as drivers and students.
Authorities say students were to blame for a school bus incident in Grants Pass, Oregon, that reportedly sparked misleading accounts on social media.
The Idaho driver resigned after an incident in April, in which she allegedly forced a 9-year-old student out of his seat and pushed him.
School bus drivers like the “Rolling Study Halls” program because, with students occupied doing class assignments, there is less need for driver attention to maintaining order and discipline on the bus.
The cost factors of alternative fuels and the transportation impact of school reform are also key topics at the 2018 edition of the event.
The fleet safety solutions supplier awards a total of $50,000 to help prevent bullying and promote kindness initiatives.
Two Virginia men reportedly make threats due to dissatisfaction with how the driver handled a situation with students. They are charged with disorderly conduct.
School bus driver shortage, alternative fuels, and student behavior are key topics of discussion at the 2018 edition of the event.
We have a preconceived idea that school employees know how to build relationships, identify struggling students, and de-escalate student behaviors. Now is a good time to re-evaluate those skills.
The student reportedly yells at school staff from the roof of the bus, climbs back in, and then flees.