the complete Parent Guide for Transportation Services "Your Child and the School Bus"
Because the time before and
after school is as crucial to your child’s health and safety as the
time during school, a safe bus ride is a key element of your child’s
education. MPS is committed to ensuring safety and professional
reliable transportation to and from school.
Keep in mind that
as a parent your responsibilities include:
- Making sure your
child gets to the bus stop on time.
- Reviewing school bus
rules with your children.
- Having a responsible
person assist K3, K4 and K5 children at the bus stop.
School Bus Rules
should I do if I
- Please review with your child.
- Remain in your seat while bus is moving.
- Obey the driver.
- Respect your neighbor (no fighting, pushing, shoving).
- Never throw objects out of bus windows.
- Keep head, hands and arms inside windows at all times.
- No profanity or bad language.
- No yelling or shouting.
- After leaving the bus, stay out of Danger Zone, the area in
back and around the side of the bus.
If you suspect
your child’s bus driver is engaging in inappropriate
behavior, you should first contact your child’s bus company. If the
problem continues, you should then ask for assistance from your child’s
If you feel your
child’s safety is being jeopardized by the behavior of
other riders, you should contact the bus company’s safety supervisor.
If the problem persists, contact your child’s school.
Late Bus or No-Show
If your child’s
bus is habitually late or
fails to show, contact the bus company supervisor. If the problem
continues, notify your child’s school.
School Bus Companies:
Transportation - (414)
Atlas - (414)
Bee Bus Line - (414)
Dairyland Bus Co. - (414)
Johnson School Bus - (262)
Joy Farm - (414)
First Student (West) - (414)
First Student (55th) - (414)
Lakeside - (414)
Lamers (South) - (414)
Lamers (North) - (262)
MCTS - (414)
Riteway - (414)
Specialized Care Transport - (414)