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Interior spraying of all buildings will be during Spring Recess week and Summer Recess before school begins; weather permitting, within 7-14 days. If you wish to receive notification of individual pesticide applications at the school facility, please complete the registration form available at the District Office. You will receive notification at least 72 hours prior to the application. Information regarding pesticide information may be obtained at website for the California Department of Pesticide Regulation at. 39.
School Safety Plans
(E.C. §32280 et seq.
Each school site has established a Safety Plan. Notice of the Plan details is available to the public through the district office on request, and copies are provided to local law enforcement. 40.
School Buses and Passenger Safety
School Bus Safety
The responsibility of the Panama-Buena Vista Union School District is to safely transport students to and from school each day. Transportation to and from school by a school bus is a privilege and is not required by law. The responsibility of the student is to behave in a safe manner while waiting at designated bus stops and while riding the school bus. Parents should notify the bus driver of any significant health conditions. Safe Bus Stop Behavior
Students shall use their designated bus stop only. Students shall not attempt to use any other stop without prior written consent and written approval from the office staff.
Students shall be organized and in line prior to scheduled pick up time
situations where the safety of student is compromised by running toward a school vehicle
as it approaches a planned stop. No student shall save a place in line for another student.
Students shall behave in an orderly and safe manner going to or from the bus stop and while loading or unloading the bus.
The signal for pupils to begin loading will be the opening of the entrance door and not the activation of the flashing red signal lights or the bus simply coming to a stop.
Students shall not engage in any activity which leads to altercations with other students, destruction of public or private property, or any unsafe behavior while going to or from the bus stop.
Safe School Bus Behavior
Students shall obey the bus driver at all times and show respect for their authority.
Students shall be truthful and give proper identification to the bus driver upon request.
Students shall not attempt to ride the bus after receiving a “no ride” penalty.
Students shall not use profane language or obscene gestures.
Students shall not engage in any abusive bodily contact, slapping, poking, shoving, pulling hair, etc., with other students, while waiting in line or while loading or unloading the bus.
Students shall remain safely in their seats at all times. At no time shall students put any part of their bodies out of bus windows.
Students shall not throw objects in the bus, at the bus or out the windows.
Students shall not create any excessive noise or distractions.
Students shall not smoke, light matches or cigarettes, eat, drink or chew gum while standing in line or while riding the bus.
Students shall not bring any live animals, insects, glass objects, or helium balloons on the bus.
Students shall not tamper with bus radios or controls, or open or close any doors, emergency exits or windows without consent of the bus driver.
Students shall not damage or deface the bus or any other school property.
Video Camera Surveillance
Video cameras may be used on school buses to monitor student behavior while traveling to and from school and school activities. The Board believes that such monitoring will deter misconduct and help to ensure the safety of students and staff. The Superintendent or designee shall routinely review videotapes taken on school buses and shall document any evidence of student misconduct. Two weeks after this review, the Superintendent or designee may erase any tapes that do not show incidents of misconduct. Videotapes may be viewed by persons other than the Superintendent or designee under the following conditions: 1.
When student misconduct is revealed as a result of a school bus videotape, parents/guardians of students involved in the incident may ask the Superintendent or designee for an opportunity to view the videotape. The Superintendent or designee reserves the right to administer discipline prior to viewing of the videotape by the parent/guardian.
Requests for viewing must be made by parent/guardian within five school days of receiving notification that misconduct occurred.
A viewing shall be provided or denied within five days of the request.
Viewing will be limited to those frames containing the incident of misconduct.
When an incident of student misconduct is reported to the Superintendent or
designee, by a student, staff member or parent/guardian, the Superintendent or
designee may view the videotape in order to observe the specific problem and work
Bus drivers and school administrators may ask to view a videotape in order to observe a specific problem and work toward its solution.
Viewing shall occur only at a school-related site and in the presence of the Superintendent or designee.
All persons who view a tape shall be identified in a written log.
Parents/guardians will be notified of student infractions. Repeated improper behavior or refusal to obey these guidelines may lead to a suspension of bus privileges. Penalties
Transportation to and from school by school bus is a privilege and is not required by law. Minimum penalties, in accordance with District Administrative Policy 5131.1(b), as listed below shall be used as guidelines for infractions of established rules:
Warning and possible bus riding privilege suspension.
Second Referral Bus riding privilege suspension for one (1) to three (3) days. Length of
Third Referral Bus riding privilege suspension for three (3) days for kindergarten students
(third and subsequent referrals) and five (5) days for students in grades 1 through 8.
Fourth Referral Bus riding privilege suspension for ten (10) days. Fifth Referral
Bus riding privilege suspension for ten (10) days for students in grades 1 through 3 (fifth and subsequent referrals), twenty (20) days for students in grades 4 through 6 (fifth and subsequent referrals), and the remainder of the year for students in grades 7 and 8.
A conference may be requested by the driver, parent/guardian, or principal regarding any bus
IMMEDIATE SUSPENSION FOR THREATENED OR BODILY HARM TO A BUS DRIVER California Administrative Code Title 5; Section 14263 (Authority Of Bus Driver)
Pupils transported in a school bus shall be under the authority of, and responsible directly to, the driver of the bus, and the driver shall be held responsible for the orderly conduct of the pupils while they are on the bus or being escorted across a street, highway or road. Continued disorderly conduct or persistent refusal to submit to the authority of the driver, shall be sufficient reason for a pupil to be denied transportation. A bus driver shall not require any pupil to leave the bus en route between home and school or other destinations.
Board of Trustees shall adopt rules and regulations to enforce this section. The regulations shall include, but not be limited to, specific administrative procedures relating to suspension of riding privileges and shall be made available to parent, pupils, teachers, and other interested parties.
Parents are required to furnish transportation for those students who have been denied
transportation by the school district.
DANGER ZONES around the school bus shall be at least 12 feet to the sides and front of the bus. Upon arrival or approach of a school bus, students should be in line facing the bus and standing no closer than 12
feet. The driver shall not proceed unless visibility in danger zones is
clear. Unless loading or unloading, students must be aware of the danger zones and observe the proper distance from the bus.
RED LIGHT CROSSINGS
RED LIGHT CROSSINGS will be conducted for students who must cross a street in an
uncontrolled situation. The driver will:
Set the emergency brake, shut off the engine, remove the key, and leave the bus in gear or in park.
Stand and direct students to line up in the aisle behind the first row of seats and wait for directions to leave the bus.
Check for oncoming traffic and start flashers when traffic is clear, opening the door at the same time.
Exit the bus, check to see that flashers are operating and proceed to the center of the street when it is safe.
Direct students to exit the bus and cross the street.
When all students are safely across, return to bus, turn off flashers, and proceed to next stop.
California Vehicle Code §22112(a) requires: (a)
On approach to a school bus stop where pupils are loading or unloading from a school bus, the school bus driver shall activate an approved amber warning light system, if the school bus is so equipped, beginning 200 feet before the school bus stop. The school bus driver shall deactivate the amber warning light system after reaching the school bus stop.
The school bus driver shall operate the flashing red light signal system and stop signal arm, as required on the school bus, at all times when the school bus is stopped for the purpose of loading or unloading pupils. The flashing red light signal system, amber warning lights system, and stop signal arm shall not be operated at any place where traffic is controlled by a traffic officer or at any location identified in subdivision (e) of this section. The school bus flashing red light signal system, amber warning lights system, and stop signal arm shall not be operated at any other time.
The school bus driver shall stop to load or unload pupils only at a school bus stop
designated for pupils by the school district superintendent or authorized by the
superintendent for school activity trips.
When a school bus is stopped on a highway or private road for the purpose of loading
or unloading pupils, at a location where traffic is not controlled by a traffic officer, the driver
shall, before opening the door, ensure that the flashing red light signal system and stop
signal arm are activated, and that it is safe to enter or exit the school bus.
When a school bus is stopped on a highway or private road for the purpose of loading or
unloading pupils, at a location where traffic is not controlled by a traffic officer or official
traffic control signal, the school bus driver shall do all of the following:
Escort all pupils in pre kindergarten, kindergarten, or any of grades 1 to 8, inclusive, who need to cross the highway or private road upon which the school bus is stopped.
Require all pupils who need to cross the highway or private road upon which the school bus is stopped to walk in front of the bus as they cross.
Ensure that all pupils who need to cross the highway or private road upon which
the school bus is stopped have crosses safely, and that all other pupils and
pedestrians are a safe distance from the school bus before setting the school bus
EIGHTY-THIRD LEGISLATURE — FIRST CALLED SESSION THIRD DAY AFTER RECESS The Senate met at 12:20 p.m. and was called to order by the President. SENATORS ANNOUNCED PRESENT Senators Carona, Deuell, Duncan, and VanideiPutte, who had previously beenrecorded as "Absent-excused," were announced "Present." COMMITTEEiiSUBSTITUTE SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION 2 ON SECOND READING
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