Friendly Bus Behavior Reminders

Hello Marshall families,

We bus so many of our students to and from Marshall School everyday.  In order to ensure everyone's safety and well-being at all times, it's absolutely essential that we occasionally review how to ride the bus in an appropriate manner.  Likewise, it's wise to remember that for all FUSD students, including Marshall students, it is considered a privilege and not a right to be transported to and from school by bus.  Students who cannot follow appropriate bus behaviors can and will have their bus-privileges revoked.

Please review the following behavioral expectations with your student(s):

At The Bus Stop

  • Always walk directly to and from home and the bus stop
  • Stay calm while waiting for the bus; talk quietly or read
  • Board the bus in an orderly manner, one person at a time

Riding The Bus
  • Stay seated in your assigned seat, legs and feet in front of you
  • Talk, read, or work on homework quietly
  • Deboard the bus in a calm orderly manner, one person at a time



At Dismissal Time
  • Walk from your classroom to the cafeteria. Sit in your assigned area
  • Talk, read, or work on homework quietly
  • Keep you hands and feet to yourself
  • Ask a teacher before leaving the cafeteria for any reason
  • You must have a written note to change buses or to walk

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