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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.

 


Our 2018 Scholarship Recipient

     Bailey Lyle

Bailey Lyle of Morristown, Indiana has been awarded a $500.00 scholarship from the Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association . Bailey is a senior attending Greenfield-Central High School, Greenfield, Indiana and will graduate in June. Bailey is the daughter of member R. Jeffrey Heck . She is or has been a member of the following organizations Academic Super Bowl, Business Professionals of America , Emerge, Marching Guard, Winter Guard, Spanish Club, Spell Bowl and Sunshine Society. Bailey has volunteered for the Hancock County Food Pantry and also Shelby County Teen Court. Bailey also attends the Walker Career Center studying cosmetology and will have her cosmetology license when she graduates. Bailey will attend IUPUI and study business. The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to congratulate Bailey and wish her a successful future.

     Madison Hornung

Madison Hornung of West College Corner, Indiana has been awarded a $500.00 scholarship from the Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association. Madison is a senior attending Union County High School , Liberty , Indiana and will graduate later this spring . Madison is the granddaughter of member Ken Dorrell. Madison's activities include: FFA, National Honor Society , Varsity Cheerleader and a member of RDDS which involves dance competitions. She has volunteered for Octoberfest Festival, Mother-Daughter Breakfast at her church, packing lunches for the homeless , Union County Ag Day volunteer, and 4-H. Madison's awards include : 10 year 4-H member, Most Outstanding Agriculture Department award, Hoosier Degree (2017), numerous officer positions in her local FFA chapter and Honor Roll all 4 years of high school . Madison's future plans are to attend Ball State University , Muncie , Indiana. The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to congratulate Madison and wish her a successful future