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them until after the bus arrives. This helps prevent your kids from running across a busy street toward an approaching bus or after the bus stops or running after a missed bus. If there are times when you cannot meet or walk with your kids, ask a neighbor or older child on the same route to escort them. Ensure that your children wear bright jackets or clothing and that they have book bags with reflectors, espe- cially if they need to arrive at the bus stop while it is still dark outside. Tell your children to stand at least three big steps from the curb while at the bus stop. After the bus arrives, they should remain away from the curb until the bus stops and the door opens. When climbing on and off the bus, they should always use the handrail. Check backpacks and cloth- ing for loose straps that could become caught on the handrail or seats. Once your children are on the bus, they should remain seated and facing forward at all times while the bus is in motion. It is important to teach your kids to


avoid areas around the school bus consid- ered the danger zone. A danger zone is any area outside the bus where children are in the most danger of being hit by an


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oncoming vehicle. This area includes up to 30 feet from the front bumper of the bus, 10 feet from both left and right side of the bus and 10 feet behind the bus. Remember, the fact that your children can see the bus doesn’t always mean that the bus driver can see them. So that the driver can see them, always teach your kids to stay at least ten feet from the front of the bus when walking across and to never walk behind a bus. At the end of the day, be sure you are at


the bus stop before it is due to arrive so that you can guide your kids as they exit the bus. If necessary, allow the bus to pull away before crossing the street to avoid being in the danger zone. If you rely on a neighbor or childcare provider, be sure that person understands bus pick-up and drop-off procedures, too. When you are driving your car, you


may pass through school zones, so be sure to always adhere to the speed limit and be on the lookout for children while driving through school zones. Whenever approaching a school bus with flashing lights, begin to slow down in advance and come to a full stop until the bus disen- gages its light or other external signage.


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