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:
- No loud talking / screaming on the bus.
- Stay seated until the bus comes to full stop.
- Keep hands to yourself. No horseplay.
- No eating on the bus.
- Be on time to your bus stop.
- Cross in front of the bus.
- Do not stand in the aisles.
- Pay attention when loading/unloading the bus.
- Communicate with the driver.
- Be responsible. Follow the driver's directions.
New Board Member
The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to welcome new board member Jim Rhodes. Jim resides in North Webster, Indiana and drives for Wawasee Community Schools , Syracuse, Indiana . He began his career in 1986 as a driver and currently serves on the Tippecanoe Township Advisory board. Jim manages the daily operations for Jackson Oil , North Webster, Indiana.
2019 Scholarship Recipients
Haze Kidd has been awarded an Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association scholarship for 2019. She is from Brookville, Indiana and will graduate from Oldenburg Academy.
Haze has been involved in extra-curricular activities including basketball, 10 year 4-H member, Junior Leaders, Adopt-a-Sis, Recyclones and is a member of National Honor Society. She has volunteered at St. Michael's Church for numerous activities and also the Blooming Grove Fire Department, Indiana Junior Club Lamb Circuit and was a teacher's aid for the second grade at St. Michael School. Haze is the granddaughter of member Ken Dorrell. Her future plans are to attend either Indiana University East, Richmond, Indiana or Ivy Tech Community College, West Lafayette, Indiana and pursue a degree in either elementary education or the agriculture industry . The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to congratulate Haze wish her success in her future endeavors.
Trenton Hutson has been awarded an Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association scholarship for 2019. He is from Crawfordsville, Indiana and will graduate from SouthMont High School.
Trenton has participated in Academic Team competition, Science Club, Japanese Club, Photography Club, Spell Bowl team, E- Sports Gaming Club and Computer Club. He received several 1st place finishes while participating on the Academic team. Trenton also traveled to Europe with the Foreign Language club and was Student of the month in May 2018. He will graduate with an Academic Honors Diploma Trenton's future plans are to attend Franklin College, Franklin, Indiana and study Computer Science. Trenton is the son of Daryl and Lee Ann Hutson and the grandson of members Mike and Paula Blair. The Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association would like to congratulate Trenton and offer Best Wishes for a successful future.