Transporation Manager - Daniel Weaver
The safety record of buses and drivers is outstanding in the Navarro School District. The school bus drivers undergo an extensive training program prior to getting behind the wheel of a school bus and refresher training every year. This training helps to ensure that riding a school bus is the safest way to get to school.
The district makes school bus transportation available to all students living two or more miles from school. This service is provided at no cost to students. Bus routes and stops will be designated annually, and any subsequent changes will be posted at the school and on the district’s website. For the safety of the operator of the vehicle and all passengers, students must board buses or other vehicles only at authorized stops, and drivers must unload passengers only at authorized stops. The district has identified the following areas where hazardous conditions exist for students who live within two miles of the campus: State Hwy. 123 Because students in these areas might encounter hazardous conditions when traveling to and from school independently, the district will provide transportation to these students. Please contact The Transportation Director for additional information. A parent may also designate a child-care facility or grandparent’s residence as the regular pickup and drop-off location for his or her child. The designated facility or residence must be on an approved stop on an approved route. For information on bus routes and stops or to designate an alternate pickup or drop-off location, you may contact The Transportation Director. [See the Student Code of Conduct for provisions regarding transportation to the DAEP.] Students are expected to assist district staff in ensuring that buses and other district vehicles remain in good condition and that transportation is provided safely. When riding in district vehicles, including buses, students are held to behavioral standards established in this handbook and the Student Code of Conduct.
Follow directions given by the driver or monitor.
Be at your assigned stop 5 minutes before your scheduled pick-up time.
Remain seated, facing front and feet on the floor.
No yelling or screaming.
No eating or chewing gum. Water only is permitted.
Do not damage or mark on any portion of the bus for any reason. Financial responsibility for any intentional damage to a school bus caused by a student, will be assumed by the student.
Do not tamper with the bus equipment
No fighting, pushing or bullying of any kind will be tolerated.
Keep head, hands, arms and feet inside the bus at all times.
NO obscene language or gestures. NO gang signs.
Do not throw items inside the bus or out the windows.
Do not bring animals onto the bus.
Do NOT bring flammable materials onto the bus.
Do NOT spray perfume or cologne of ANY kind while you are on the bus.
Do not smoke on the bus.
Keep your hands to yourself at all times.
The driver is responsible for assigning
Appropriate use of electronics such as Ipods, cell phones or hand held games is permitted with the understanding that they will not be used to create a disturbance or distract the bus driver in any way.
Navarro takes a very serious stance on NO weapons at school. Bringing anything that IS or LOOKS LIKE a weapon onto the school bus can result in a suspension from Transportation services.
No sports equipment or large band instruments
Hazardous weather or unexpected emergencies may create changes in bus transportation times and pickup-drop points for school children. Schools will be open unless a Navarro ISD "School Closure" announcement is made by a Navarro Alert, radio and television stations.