Children Put On Wrong School Bus

Children Put On Wrong School Bus

I heard on the news this morning about two kids that were put on the wrong bus. How scary is that? Seriously, this is one of the things I worry about with my kids. My daughter came home with the wrong bus number written on the label they put on her. Luckily, she did make it onto the right bus.

Last year, the bus driver had driven by our house several times, with my daughter still on the bus. There was one time that she stopped, said my daughter wasn’t on the bus, and that she would call the school. She was on the bus, and the driver came back and dropped her off. I was angry and scared.

When you put your child on the school bus, you are counting on the driver to get her to school and home. I used to worry about my son. Since he is nonverbal, I used to run through all kinds of possibilities. In the end, I would let him on the bus. He loved riding the bus, and I didn’t want my fears to keep him from something he loved. They also always had a driver and an assistant on the bus. I never had to worry that he was forgotten on the bus, because he always sat in front.

I am still home schooling. I am waiting to hear back from the school about a meeting that is supposed to be set up. We have to have this meeting before letting him back into public school. I’m still not sure it’s what I want to do. I’m about 50/50. At one moment, I want to keep teaching, and the next, I am thinking going back to public school is best. I’ll work on that next week.

1 comment to Children Put On Wrong School Bus

  • I hope your kiddos school bus adventures go smoother this year. Our’s started off to a rocky start. They changed our block’s bus stop and didn’t tell anybody. We all found out the hard way on the first day of school.

    FYI: I just started up an Autism / Asperger’s Blog Hop and I’d love for you to join when you get the chance. TY!
    Becky recently posted..Curious if your child might be on the spectrum

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