Policy JICC Student Conduct in School Vehicles

File: JICC

Student Conduct in School Vehicles

The privilege of riding in a school vehicle is contingent upon a student’s good behavior and observance of the student code of conduct and established regulations for student conduct both at designated school vehicle stops and on-board school vehicles.

The operator of a school vehicle shall be responsible for safety of the students in the vehicle, both during the ride and while students are entering or leaving the vehicle. Students shall be required to conform to all rules concerning discipline, safety and behavior while riding in the school vehicle. It is the vehicle operator’s duty to notify the supervisor of transportation and the principal of the school involved if any student persists in violating the established rules of conduct.

After due warning has been given to the student and to the student’s parents/guardians, the principal or transportation director may withhold from the student the privilege of riding in the school vehicle. Violation of Board policies and regulations while in a school vehicle may also result in the student’s suspension or expulsion from school, in accordance with Board policy concerning student suspensions, expulsions and other disciplinary interventions.

Adopted: prior to 1970

Revised: September 22,1981

Revised: December 14, 1993

Recoded: August 9, 2005

Revised: September 23, 2014

LEGAL REFS.: C.R.S. 22-32-109.1 (2)(a)(I)(B) (discipline code to address conduct in school vehicles)

C.R.S. 42-1-102 (88.5) (definition of school vehicle which includes a school bus)

CROSS REFS.: JIC, Student Conduct, and subcodes

JK, Student Discipline, and subcodes

Huerfano School District Re-1, Walsenburg, Colorado