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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 2016 Scholarship Recipients

     Lexie Sollman and Jordan Ventresco

The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association has announced the selection of Lexie Sollman of Haubstadt , Indiana and a senior at South Gibson High School as one of the 2016 scholarship recipients. She has participated in numerous extra-curricular activities including  National Beta Club, International Honorary Society for High School journalists, sports editor for “The Southerner” , concert band and annual solo and ensemble contest. Lexie’s awards include Core 40 with academic honors diploma, academic excellence awards, student athlete of the month and Indiana High School Golf Coaches Association-Academic All-State Honorable mention-2015, just to name a few. Her athletic achievements include Golf regional qualifier-sophomore, junior and senior years, and has the school records in golf for season low 18th hole, season low 9 hole, most birdies and most pars. Lexie was also the 2015 Golf MVP.  She has volunteered for Lady Titan Golf Camp, Princeton animal shelter and assisted with painting at the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Evansville, Indiana. Lexie is the daughter of Edward and Nikki Sollman of near Haubstadt, Indiana and plans to attend the University of Evansville and pursue a degree in public health. The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to extend “Best Wishes for the Future” for Lexie.

The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association has announced the selection of Jordan Ventresco of Knightstown High School as one of  the 2016 scholarship recipients. Jordan has taken numerous Honor Classes/Dual Credit Courses throughout her four years of high school . She has participated in numerous extra-curricular activities including basketball, soccer, softball,cross country and 4-H. Jordan is a member of National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and SADD. She has also volunteered her services for Knightstown Optimist, New Castle Animal Shelter , Knightstown Community and assisted with the 4-H canned food drive. Jordan’s awards include Knightstown Optimist Youth Leadership award, Soccer- East-West All-Star 2014, most assists and offensive player of the year -2013, Basketball – most assists-2014-2015, 2015-2016,captain 2015-2016  and Knightstown Kids- youth leadership award-2015. Jordan is the daughter of Chuck and Angela Ventresco of rural Knightstown. Jordan plans to attend Purdue University and pursue an undergraduate degree in Animal Science. The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to extend “Best Wishes for the Future “  for Jordan.