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West Wilkes Middle School’s Bus C-O-D-E. SKILL. Maintain an orderly and respectful environment. Rationale:. Why is this skill important?. The driver should concentrate on traffic and driving conditions. Every student deserves a safe and respectful drive to and from school.

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West wilkes middle school s bus c o d e

West Wilkes Middle School’s Bus C-O-D-E


Skill

SKILL . . .

Maintain an orderly

and respectful environment.


Rationale

Rationale:

Why is this skill important?

The driver should concentrate on traffic and driving conditions.

Every student deserves a safe and respectful drive to and from school.


Group activity

Group Activity

You will organize into six groups. Each group will discuss one of the slides and create a drawing to explain the scenario.


Group 1 scenario

Group #1 Scenario

Bus C-O-D-E “C” stands for coming prepared and students must do the following.

  • Be ready for pickup or drop-off

  • Move down the aisles quickly and orderly

  • Bring notes when riding a different bus

    Discuss as a group. Draw a picture or graphic organizer that lists all components of Bus

    C-O-D-E “C.” Explain to the class.


Group 2 scenario

Group #2 Scenario

Bus C-O-D-E “O” stands for operating responsibility and students must do the following.

  • Listen to the driver

  • Sit in an assigned seat

  • Avoid verbal and physical conflicts

  • Report problems

    Discuss as a group. Draw a picture or graphic organizer that lists all components of Bus

    C-O-D-E “O.” Explain to the class.


Group 3 scenario

Group #3 Scenario

Bus C-O-D-E “D” stands for students demonstrating respect to themselves and others.

  • Respect driver and other students

  • Use appropriate language

  • Avoid public displays of affection

    Discuss as a group. Draw a picture or graphic organizer that lists all components of Bus C-O-D-E “D.” Explain to the class.


Group 4 scenario

Group #4 Scenario

Bus C-O-D-E “E” stands for excelling in learning. All students are required to do the following when riding a bus.

  • Follow bus safety rules at all times

  • Know and understand exit procedures

  • Keep bus clean

    Discuss as a group. Draw a picture or graphic organizer that lists all components of Bus C-O-D-E “E.” Explain to the class.


Group 5 scenario

Group #5 Scenario

The Bus C-O-D-E must be maintained on all buses.

Discuss as a group the entire Bus C-O-D-E. Prepare a short skit that will model proper Bus C-O-D-E.


Group 6 scenario

Group #6 Scenario

Read the Bus Rules and Regulations. Highlight/mark the important points. Then share with the class. Create a visual aid to assist with your presentation.


West wilkes middle school s bus c o d e

West Wilkes Middle and High School 2010-2011

Bus Rules and Regulations

  • Riding the bus to and from school is a privilege provided by the Wilkes Co. Board of Education. Appropriate behavior on the bus is necessary if a student wishes to continue riding the bus. Inappropriate behavior may result in having to find another means of transportation to and from school. Suspension from the school bus does not permit or provide an excuse for the absence of a student.

  • Students shall at all times obey the directives of the school bus driver. Failure to do so may resort in losing the privilege of riding the bus. The following violations will not be tolerated: Improper boarding/departing procedure, destruction of property, failure to remain seated, refusing to obey the driver, fighting/punching/tripping, hanging out the window, horse playing/rude/discourteous/annoying conduct, bringing injurious or objectionable articles aboard, throwing objects, lighting matches or smoking/dipping/chewing tobacco, unnecessary noise, tampering with bus equipment, and behavior relating to school bus safety and the well being and respect of others.

  • Major incidents such as fighting, gross insubordination, and throwing objects on the bus will result in an immediate 3-10 day suspension from the bus depending on the administration’s judgment on the severity of the incident. Depending on the severity of the problem, suspension and/or expulsion from the bus may occur immediately at the discretion of the administrator.

  • The rules are to be followed by all students who ride buses. The procedure for dealing with bus problems is as follows:

    • The driver will warn student(s) when inappropriate behavior occurs.

    • Each driver will document behavioral incidents and conference with the student.

    • If the behavior continues, the driver will complete a discipline referral sheet and turn it in to administration.

    • Administration will conference with the student, contact the parent/guardian, and decide upon discipline measures.

    • Repeated visits to administration will result in temporary suspension from the bus.

    • After three separate suspensions, the student will be suspended off the bus for the remainder of the school year. Suspensions usually occur in 3, 5, or 10 day intervals.

      ***Students will not be permitted to go home with other students due to possible overloading of buses. Students will not be allowed to board any transportation other than the one assigned. These situations require prior written approval from the administration/office.

      ***Thank you for helping us to provide a safe ride for our students.

      P. Huffman/L. Harrington

      Assistant Principals

      WWMS/WWHS


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You can help make the commute to and from West Wilkes Middle School an enjoyable experience for everyone.


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