How do I keep my child safe on a bus? Instruct younger kids to use handrails when boarding or exiting the bus. Be careful of straps or drawstrings that could get caught in the door. If your child drops something, they should tell the bus driver and make sure the bus driver is able to see them before they pick it up.
What are 3 things that are important about school bus safety?
- Safety Starts at the Bus Stop. Your child should arrive at the bus stop at least five minutes before the bus is scheduled to arrive.
- Get On and Off Safely.
- Use Caution Around the Bus.
What are the best ways to help keep students safe on school buses? Buckle up if seat belts are available. Stay in your seat keeping head, arms and papers inside the bus, and talk quietly. Keep aisles clear of books and bags.
What safety should we take in a bus? After you exit the bus, never walk behind it. If you have to cross in front of the bus, walk on the sidewalk way out in front of the bus, make sure that the driver sees you, then cross. If you drop something as you cross the street, don’t ever bend down to pick it up — the bus driver might not see you.