Safety Information

Rules for a Safe Ride

Observe same conduct as in the classroom.

If you are crossing in front of the bus wait for red lights, stop sign & the driver’s thumbs up!

Do not eat or drink on the bus.

Be courteous, do not use profane language.

No Standing while the bus is moving.

No jumping seats.

Do not smoke.

Heads, hands & feet inside the bus.

Keep your hands to yourself.

Keep the bus clean. Do not be destructive.

Do not open emergency exits unless you are told to do so by the driver.

Bus Driver is authorized to assign seats.

Parents can help ensure their children have a safe and worry free ride by discussing the following rules.

  • Be at the bus stop 5 minutes prior to the assigned pick up time.
  • No playing around at the bus stop.
  • Stand in a single file line.
  • Wait for the driver to give the thumbs up before crossing the street.
  • If you must cross the street always cross in front of the vehicle.
  • Do not distract the driver. Distracting the driver by yelling, screaming, foul language is not allowed.
  • Keep all body parts inside the vehicle.
  • All carried on items need to be securely on the students lap. Any oversized items or items that could be a hazard will not be allowed on the vehicle. (ex., unguarded skates, hockey sticks, sharp objects, etc…)
  • Stay seated until your stop.


NRT strives to provide the safest ride possible. It is of the utmost importance to maintain student control. To do so please review with your children the “Rules for a Safe Ride”. This is posted in all vehicles and enforced by all NRT drivers.

The same standards of behavior that applies in the classroom also apply on all NRT vehicles. Please review the transportation section of your school’s student handbook.


Snow Policy

There are two possible scenarios which affect transportation of our students during inclement weather:

  • We will not transport a student who attends a School in a City or Town which has cancelled their Public Schools for the day.
  • We will not transport a student who lives in a City or Town which has cancelled their Public Schools for the day, even if their School in another area is open.