Bus Conduct

  • Board of Education Policy 7:220 provides that all students must follow the District’s School Bus Safety Guidelines. The Superintendent, or any designee as permitted in The School Code, is authorized to suspend a student from riding the school bus for up to 10 consecutive school days for engaging in gross disobedience or misconduct, including, but not limited to, the following:Prohibited student conduct as defined in the Student Discipline policy.
    • Willful injury or threat of injury to a bus driver or to another rider.
    • Willful and/or repeated defacement of the bus.
    • Repeated use of profanity.
    • Repeated willful disobedience of the bus driver's or other supervisor’s directives.
    Such other behavior as the administration deems to threaten the safe operation of the bus and/or its occupants.
    If a student is suspended from riding the bus for gross disobedience or misconduct on a bus, the School Board may suspend the student from riding the school bus for a period in excess of 10 days for safety reasons. The District’s regular suspension procedures shall be used to suspend a student’s privilege to ride a school bus.