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HAK BUS SAFETY
Hands and Feet To Self Follow the safety rules. Stay in your assigned seat. Back to back, seat to seat!
Respect Your Bus Rules Food and Drink Free Zone Accept Direction (Language/Noise/Sitting) Enter and exit quietly and carefully Follow the drivers directions
SAFETY FIRST Be CAREFUL! Know your safe/danger zones! Watch to cross! Make sure to look both ways or cross at a crossing guard.
Be CAREFUL! Know your safe/danger zones! Watch to cross!
But Most Importantly…Please… Respect your driver and their directions. Know your bus number and where it should stop. Have fun practicing HAK on the bus!
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P repared R esponsible I have and I CAN and I WILL positive attitude D o YOUR best E veryone matters.
1. READYRESPONSIBLE RESPECTFUL Five Classroom Rules 2 The purpose of this lesson is for all of your students to have an understanding of your 5 classroom.
1. It is important to listen to your bus driver in case there are any special instructions for your bus ride. 2.Sit quietly in your seat. Speak quietly.
Try and arrive at the bus stop 5 minutes before your bus is due to arrive. Wait sensibly at the bus stop. Have your bus pass ready to show the driver.
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