©2019 BY HUBBARD EXEMPTED VILLAGE SCHOOL DISTRICT.

Notice of Nondiscrimination & Access to Equal Education

The Hubbard Exempted Village School District will not discriminate nor tolerate harassment in its educational programs or activities for any reasons, including on the basis of religion, race, color, national origin, sex, disability, military status, ancestry, or age and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. Additionally, it will not discriminate in its employment policies and practices. If you have questions, have witnessed, or have experienced acts of discrimination based on these criteria and wish to express a grievance please contact the following:

District Compliance Officers, Tracie Liptak, 250 Hall Ave., David Reel, 350 Hall Ave., Hubbard, Ohio 44425, 330-534-1921 Ext. 3002, Ext. 2002
Section 504 Coordinator, Mary Mathews Bebech/Pupil Service Director, 108 Orchard Ave. Hubbard, Ohio 44425, 330-534-1921 Ext. 1001

Transportation

Transportation Forms

If your student needs alternative transportation, such as day care or baby sitter, You must download, and fill out the form and submit it to the transportation office. These forms are at the Hubbard website under the Transportation tab, in the top left corner. You can also pick one up In the office or at the Transportation Office at 351 Hall Ave.

Please Note; for any alternative transportation, you must have a new Bus Change Request Form for each student, each school year.

Mona Jones

351 Hall Ave. Hubbard, OH 44425

(Phone) 330-534-3722

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TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT

Bus Change Form

The first day of school is a big step for your little one and you too. 

We would like to assure you that your child's safety is our main concern. 

Our routes are set up so that as few children as possible will have to cross the street. Unfortunately, a few must cross anyway. Your child will participate in a special safety program pertaining to crossing the road and how to ride safely in a bus. 

You can help us by telling your child to let the driver cross him or her. It is very important to instill in your child the idea that he/she must listen to and obey the driver at all times. 

Children must remain seated with no screaming or yelling while riding the bus. Also, no eating or drinking on the bus. 

Your child's driver has been trained to handle children and the bus under all types of conditions. The drivers are in constant contact with the office, each other, and the police department. 

Routes are scheduled so that we pick up or drop off your child at approximately the same time each day. The time may vary according to the weather. Sometimes we are delayed by heavy traffic, but as a rule, we won't vary over five minutes. 

During the first few weeks of school the bus route may have to be altered for various reasons. If any drastic change occurs you will be notified. Please allow a five minute leeway and have your child ready. 

Please be patient with us for a couple of weeks while the drivers learn their routes, their stops, and the children's names. We would appreciate it if you would be at your child's stop or have someone else there to meet them. If you can't or don't have someone else to meet your child, please write a note letting us know it's OK to drop your child off without someone else meeting them. 

In cold weather our buses are not as warm as a car, so please be sure your child dresses in warm clothing and warm foot wear. 

Should any questions or problems arise during the school year you may contact the transportation office at 534-3722. We will be happy to help and cooperate at all times.

 

Pupil Instruction

 

(A) Safety instruction shall be given to all regularly transported pupils in grades kindergarten through three within two weeks after the commencement of classes each school year.

 

 The program shall include but not be limited to:

 

(1) Safe walking practices to and from the bus stop.

 

(2) Wearing of light-colored or reflective clothing when going to and from the bus stop in darkness.

 

(3) How and where to wait safely for the bus including how to avoid personal risks involving strangers.

 

(4) What to do if the bus is late or does not arrive.

 

(5) How to enter and leave the bus safely. This instruction shall include the potential hazards regarding the snagging of clothing, backpacks, or other items, as well as items which may be dropped around or under the bus.

 

(6) Safe riding practices (including instruction on rule 3301-83-08 of the Administrative Code, pupil transportation management policies).

 

(7) Safely crossing the highway before boarding and after leaving the bus.

 

(8) Respect for the rights and privileges of others.

(9) Pupils must not use tobacco on the bus.

 

(10) Pupils must not have alcohol or drugs in their possession on the bus except for prescription medication required for a student.

 

(11) Pupils must not throw or pass objects on, from or into the bus.

 

(12) Pupils may carry on the bus only objects that can be held in their laps (see paragraph (J) of Rule 3301-83-20 of the Administrative Code).

 

(13) Pupils must leave or board the bus at locations to which they have been assigned unless they have parental and administrative authorization to do otherwise.

 

(14) Pupils must not put head or arms out of the bus windows.

 

(15) Guidelines will be formulated for the use and storage of equipment and other means of assistance required by preschool and special needs children.

 

(16) Drivers and bus aides must have access to appropriate information about the child to the degree that such information might affect safe transportation and medical well-being. This information must be readily accessible in the transportation office. All such information is strictly confidential.