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Objective

To further the interest and objectives of its members through the Indiana State Legislature. To provide services designed to meet the needs of its members. The Association was organized in Hamilton County, December 29, 1937.

10 Things School Bus Drivers Wish Parents Would Teach Their Children:

  1. No loud talking / screaming on the bus.
  2. Stay seated until the bus comes to full stop.
  3. Keep hands to yourself. No horseplay.
  4. No eating on the bus.
  5. Be on time to your bus stop.
  6. Cross in front of the bus.
  7. Do not stand in the aisles.
  8. Pay attention when loading/unloading the bus.
  9. Communicate with the driver.
  10. Be responsible. Follow the driver's directions.

2013 Scholarship Recipients

Spencer Culp of Nappanee, Indiana has been named as one of the 2013 association scholarship recipients. Spencer will graduate later this spring from Northwood High School, Nappaneed, Indiana. He has excelled academically and athletically throughout his high school career. Spencer has been involved in community service projects with organizations such as Kiwanis, Nappanee Missionary Church and the Feed my Starving Children project. He is a member of National Honor Society, 4-H, and the school's mentoring program.

He has participated in football and basketball as well. Spencer's many awards and accomplishments are: perfect attendance, principal's honor roll, scholar athlete and rotary student of the month. He is currently ranked number one in his class and plans to attend Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana and enroll in the engineering program. Spencer is the son of Jeff and Kim Culp and grandson of members Dean and Beverly Culp.

Lucas Lantrip of Owensville, Indiana has also been named as one of the 2013 association scholarship recipients. Lucas will graduate later this spring from Gibson Southern High School, Ft. Branch, Indiana. He has achieved academic and athletic excellence throughout his high school career. Lucas has been involved in community service projects including MenuMen and 5th Quarter. His many activities include Pep Club, Student Council, Anti-Bullying Club, and Beta Club. Lucas was also selected for the National Society of High School Scholars.

He is a member of the varsity baseball team where he earned MVP, Most RBI's, Most Strikeouts, Most Wins, and Rookie of the Year honors. Lucas is the son of Matthew and Jennifer Lantrip and grandson of member Edwin Kruse. Lucas plans to attend Indiana State University, Terre Haute, Indiana and later become a physician's assistant.


The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to congratulate Erin and Abbey and "Wish them continued success in the future".

The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association is made up of certified school bus drivers throughout the State of Indiana.