35100 Little Mack
Clinton Township, MI 48035 - 2633
(586) 791-4421 (Fax)
High School - 7:05 a.m.
Middle School - 7:30 a.m.
McGlinnen Elementary - 7:00 a.m.
Hillside - Gate at Comerica parking lot
15 Mile Road/Hengesbach
15 Mile Road/Hereford
E. Price Drive/N. Price Drive
N. Price Drive/Dale Allen
S. Nunneley/in parking lot of office building
N. Nunneley/Behind CVS
Parker Elementary - 7:30 a.m.
St. Thecla and St. Luke - 8:00 a.m.
22228 East Price Drive
Thomson/North Price Drive
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School Bus Safety:
Twenty-three million students nationwide ride a school bus to and from school each day. Wherever you live, the familiar yellow school bus is one of the most common motor vehicles on the road. It is also the safest.
School buses manufactured after January 1, 1977 must meet more federal motor vehicle safety standards than any other type of motor vehicle. In fact, school buses are sixty times safer than passenger cars, light trucks, or vans, according to the Fatality Analysis Reporting System at the U.S. Department of Transportation.
School buses are the safest form of highway transportation. The most dangerous part of the school bus ride is getting on and off the school bus. Pedestrian fatalities (while loading and unloading school buses) account for approximately three times as many school bus-related fatalities, when compared to school bus occupant fatalities.
The "Danger Zone" is the area on all sides of the bus where children are in the most danger of not being seen by the driver ten feet on either side of the bus where a child may be in the driver's blind spot, and the area behind the school bus.
When picking up students, they must wait on the sidewalk (If available) or 5 ft from the curb. Under no circumstances should a student ever be in the street or on the curb while waiting to load a bus. When exiting a bus, step away from the danger zone as quickly as possible, never linger around the bus.
Rules of conduct:
1. be at the bus stop 5 minutes early
2. observe classroom conduct
3. be courteous, no loud talking, or profane language
4. eating or drinking on the bus is not permitted
5. keep bus clean - do not throw things on the floor
6. cooperate with the driver - follow driver instruction
7. do not damage bus or equipment
8. stay properly seated
9. nothing goes out the window
10. fighting, pushing, or shoving are not permitted
11. driver is authorized to assign seats
Violation of these rules or other misconduct can result in a student referral.
Procedure for referrals:
1. talk with student
2. parents will be contacted
3. transportation denied
The above procedures do not apply when the offense is of a serious nature, such as, but not limited to use of alcohol or drugs, opening of the safety door, windows, or roof hatch, smoking, use of fire in any form, malicious destruction of property, personal threats, etc. Offenses such as these will result in indefinite suspension upon occurrence, pending a conference with parents. Clintondale enforces a zero tolerance policy.
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