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Rules for availing of School Transport Service:
Once the application form is accepted parents are required to make payment of fees based on the fee structure applicable for the particular route within a given date. If failed Rs. 10 per day will be levied.
All buses have designated pick-up and drop-off points and it is the responsibility of the parents to ensure the child is at the pickup point at a designated time.
It is mandatory that the authorized person with a proper ID card is present to collect the students of junior/senior classes.
The bus will stop only at the fixed stops. In case he/she is late to arrive at the bus stop, he/she is expected to reach by other conveyance. The child must be at their respective stop point, 15 minutes before the bus arrives.
Transport fee is applicable and charged for 12 months of an academic year.
Transport facility once availed will not be withdrawn during the academic session. A fee will not be refunded in case of discontinuation of bus service by parents.
Parents/Guardians are not allowed to travel by school bus.
If the student misbehaves on the bus, he/she may not be allowed to go by the school bus anymore.
Parents/Guardians and the students are expected to pay due respect to the bus peons. Any disrespect shown either by the students or the parents/guardians is enough for the withdrawal of the bus pass.
Those who do not have the school uniform may be debarred from boarding the school bus.
For safety reasons, eating and drinking on the bus, other than water is not permitted. The students are strictly prohibited from changing seats, moving around, and standing in a running bus.
School bus service will be responsible for picking up and dropping students at the designed points.
Bus fees as per Kilometer: Upto 2km - Rs. 1400/-, Upto 6km - Rs. 1800/-, Upto 10km - Rs. 2100/-, and more than 10km - Rs. 2400/-,
School or the Staff shall not be held responsible in case of any accidents.
Rules for Getting on the Bus Safely
Be at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to the arrival of the bus. Never run to or from the bus.
Wait at your designated stop in a safe place, back from the side of the road.
Remember never to stand in the danger zone that surrounds the bus. The danger zone is anywhere close enough for you to touch the bus.
If you need to cross the street to get on the bus, always wait until the bus has come to a complete stop. Look for the stop arm to come out and for the flashing red lights. Watch the driver. When the driver is assured that all traffic has stopped, he/she will signal for you to cross the street – but continue to watch for traffic yourself. Always walk, don’t run.
Hold the handrail as you get on the bus. Do not push or shove.
Rules for Riding the Bus Safely
Take your seat promptly and sit properly, facing forward at all times.
Place bags and parcels under your seat or on your lap.
Keep the aisle of the bus clear at all times.
Always keep your head, hands and arms inside the bus.
Throwing objects inside or outside of the bus is not permitted.
Talk quietly; the driver needs to concentrate to safely drive the bus. Fighting, shouting, or use of obscene language is not permitted.
Be absolutely quiet when approaching a railroad crossing.
Participate in all bus evacuation procedures.
Dangerous, disturbing, or annoying objects are not permitted on the bus.
Eating and drinking (this includes chewing gum) is not allowed on school buses at any time. This rule protects students or drivers that have food allergies and anaphylaxis, prevents choking, and maintains bus cleanliness.
Be aware that other students, including the bus driver, may have allergies to scents such as perfume, etc.
Smoking is not permitted on the bus.
Always follow the bus driver’s instructions
Rules for Leaving the Bus Safely
Remain in the seat until the bus comes to a complete stop.
When you leave the bus, hold the handrail and take two large steps away from the bus.
To cross the street in front of the bus, walk ahead at least ten giant steps (three meters).
Cross only when the driver gives a signal.
Proceed across the street, looking both ways for on-coming traffic.
Cross the street in single file.
If everyone is getting off the bus, the people at the front leave first. Do not push.
If you drop something near the bus, do not pick it up. Tell an adult.
Safety Smarts – Know the Danger Zone
The 10 giant steps (or 3 meters) rule is a good measurement for children to identify the danger zone around the school bus, particularly when crossing in front of the bus.
Children should never enter the danger zone unless the bus driver has given them permission.
If a child can touch the bus, he or she is too close.
Remember – if you cannot see the bus driver, the bus driver cannot see you.
When near a bus, the children must have the attention of the bus driver.
Children should never play around or near school bus vehicles.
Bus Registration Form