A special needs bus pulls up and no parent or family member is home to receive the child. So the bus continues on, completing the route, doubling back for a second drop-off attempt. Either the student is successfully dropped off at home with a responsible individual, or the student is taken back to the school to a principal. Even more common still, is when the special needs bus driver pulls up to drop off a child, but the driver can’t verify the identity or authority of the individual waiting to receive the child.
In an attempt to cover all bases and plan for all possible contingencies, parents will [Read more…]