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How should you deal with unruly students on your school bus?
Directly and calmly.
Which school bus accidents should be reported?
The left and right danger zones extend up to _______ from the left and right sides of the school bus.
More than five feet.
You’re about to unload students at a bus stop. Tell them that once they’ve exited the bus, they should:
You need to be able to count them.
During your vehicle inspection test, you must check that the entry door is undamaged. Also check that it:
The bus driver must be able to close it.
According to the Commercial Driver License Manual, when approaching a railroad crossing, you should activate your hazard lights about ________ before the crossing.
You may not have to do it at 400 feet.
During your vehicle inspection test, if your school bus is equipped with a handicap lift, you should check:
It must be undamaged and fully functional.
The front danger zone extends up to ________ from the front bumper of the school bus.
Nearly two car lengths.
When approaching a bus stop, you must activate the right turn signal _____ before pulling over.
When loading or unloading students, you should check your mirrors:
Always maintain situational awareness.
Why is it so critical for you to understand the loading and unloading procedures?
For the students’ safety.
If the gate comes down after you have already started to cross a railroad crossing, you should:
Never stop on railroad tracks.
When does hydroplaning occur?
‘Hydro’ means ‘water’.
Proper adjustment and use of all mirrors is vital for:
School buses have large danger zones.
What could be a sign of hydroplaning?
There are several signs that could tell you that the bus is hydroplaning.
In case of an emergency, if your bus is equipped with a CB radio:
Make sure the dispatch office is aware of your situation.
To become a school bus driver, you must pass the following three knowledge tests:
School buses are passenger buses.
You have unloaded students at a school and made sure that they have left the unloading area. What should you do next?
Are you sure that they all left the bus?
School buses are the safest mode of transportation for children traveling to and from school. Which of the following factors are most responsible for this impressive safety record?
School buses are well designed and their drivers are well trained.
Except in Idaho, when stopping, you should bring the school bus to a full stop with the front bumper at least ___ away from students at the designated stop.
Definitely less than 100 feet!
Backing a school bus is:
At a bus stop, when can you completely open the door for students?
After activating alternating red lights
In case of an emergency, if your bus is not equipped with a CB radio:
Make sure you get the assistance needed.
Which of the following statements about antilock braking systems (ABS) are true?
ABS has only one purpose.
What should you do if all four wheels hydroplane at once and the bus starts sliding in a straight line?
No sudden movements!
If your school bus stalls on a railroad track, what should you do?
The direction that trains are coming from.
If your school bus’s antilock braking system (ABS) fails:
Still have the same brakes.
When is operating a school bus most dangerous?
At bus stops and at school.
An antilock braking system (ABS):
A good thing if the wheels can lock, but that’s about it.
The danger zones of a school bus extend to the front, back and both sides. The area to the ___ is particularly dangerous because of the ____.
Keep the other traffic in mind and always extend the Stop arm when loading/unloading students.
Adjust the overhead inside rearview mirror to let you see:
While driving, keep an eye on the kids.
When you’re dropping off a challenged student, you should do which of the following?
These children may not be able to take care of themselves.
When transporting students with learning disabilities:
These children require special attention.
You have loaded a special-needs student in a wheelchair into your school bus. An oxygen delivery system is attached to the wheelchair. How must the oxygen cylinder or oxygen tank be secured for transportation?
Check the laws and regulations where you’ll be driving.
When loading students at school, you should do which of the following?
Secure the bus.
Which of the following are warning signs that a child is being bullied?
Bullying can affect a child in many ways.
Which of the following statements about handling an unruly student is true?
Your primary concern is the student’s safety.
Which of the following is true about students who are autistic?
With students who are affected by this disorder, try to stick to a routine.
What are the components of “START”: a memory aid for managing students with disabilities?
You must pay specific attention to students with disabilities.
The Good Samaritan act
You can’t be sued for trying your best.
In cases of bullying or harassment, you as the school bus operator must:
Which of the following statements about providing first aid is TRUE?
Perform only those procedures for which you are properly trained.
According to the CDL manual, what is the last thing you should do before you pick up students at a bus stop?
Don’t risk an accident
When securing a wheelchair inside a school bus, you should adjust the tie-downs so each one makes an angle of approximately ________ with the floor.
Neither semi-horizontal nor semi-vertical.
Which of the following strategies can help prevent your school bus from being hijacked?
Do everything you can to keep your passengers safe.
If your antilock braking system (ABS) stops working, what should you do?
Still have the same brakes.
If the gates at a railroad crossing appear to be stuck in the down position, what should you do?
It’s above your pay grade.
An unruly student is causing behavior problems. After securing the bus, what should you do?
Where you can keep a closer eye on the student.
If you miss a student’s unloading stop along the route, what should you do?
What does your district want you to do?
Which are the most dangerous times for students riding school buses?
You must keep students safe at bus stops.
What is the meaning of ‘assertive discipline’?
Assertive discipline creates a positive environment.
If you or your students are approached by gang members:
Prevent conflict whenever possible.