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Using Your B.U.S. Behavior

It's very important for everyone involved that students behave properly on the school bus.  Students' behavior on the bus should conform roughly to the same expectations found in the classroom.  Students who misbehave on the bus take the risk of distracting the Driver, taking his or her focus off of the road.  In addition to behaving properly on the bus, though, students' behavior is also important while entering and exiting it and while waiting for it to arrive.  We at DCSD Transportation have put together the following matrix to help students remember what it means to be a model school bus rider.