The driver will look at noses, fingers, ears, and exposed areas of the student. They will look for flushed skin, yellow, blue, white or waxy skin. If a child says that they have no feeling the driver should look for swelling.
Safety A BIG concern in the winter months. When the snow visits us, the bus stops become smaller and students do not have a large safe place to stand. The drivers are trained to stay 12' away when pulling up to a stop and at school sites. Please remind your student of the importance of not rushing the bus when the roads are snowy and icy. One last reminder, drawstrings on clothing and loose clothing can also be a safety concern as these may get caught in a door or on a handle.