Dubuque Community School District’s Transportation Department is responsible for bussing students and transporting educational materials/supplies/equipment throughout the district.
STOP MEANS STOP Be aware of school bus stop arms and remember that STOP means STOP.
Learn more at www.dbqschools.org/stop.
Be Safe 7 Expectations
- Sit facing forward and stay seated at all times.
- Do NOT distract the driver with inappropriate behavior.
- Respect the attendant, driver, and other students.
- Do NOT bully or harass physically or verbally.
- NO eating or drinking on the bus and “leave no trace.”
- No unauthorized photography/video.
- No technology volume (ear buds required).
For more information on riding a bus in our district, read our “What Families Need to Know” sheet.
Iowa Code 285.1 WHEN ENTITLED TO STATE AID.
1. a. The board of directors in every school district shall provide transportation, either directly or by reimbursement for transportation, for all resident pupils attending public school, kindergarten through twelfth grade, except that:
(1) Elementary pupils shall be entitled to transportation only if they live more than two miles from the school designated for attendance.
(2) High school pupils shall be entitled to transportation only if they live more than three miles from the school designated for attendance.
Dubuque Community School District Student Transportation Policy #7100
Chapter 7: AUXILIARY SERVICES
Section 2: TRANSPORTATION
The policy, rules and regulations for the transportation of pupils to and from school shall be in strict compliance with Iowa Code, Chapter 285, State Department of Education regulations, and rules and
regulations established and approved by the Board of Directors.
Elementary school students (K through 8) living two miles or more and secondary school students (9 through 12) living three miles or more from a designated attendance center will be furnished transportation or reimbursement.
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