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 on 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 a full stop.
- Keep your hands to yourself. No horseplay.
- No eating on the bus.
- Be on time for 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.
2023 Scholarship Recipients
Samantha Smith has been awarded one of the Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association scholarships for 2023. She will graduate from Greensburg High School in Greensburg, Indiana, later this spring. Samantha has participated in Top Flight Athletics Gymnastics as a State, Regional, and National qualifier. She has also participated in Track, Pep Band, Concert Band, and Junior Optimist Club and is a member of the National Honor Society. Samantha was selected for Academic All-State Track and Field Honorable Mention. She also has volunteered for Bread of Life, Vacation Bible School, Trick or Treat for Cans, and Church Kids Ministry. Samantha will graduate with a Core 40 Academic and Technical Honors Diploma. She is the granddaughter of member Mike Smith. Samantha plans to attend Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, and become a teacher.
Jake White has been awarded one of the Indiana State School Bus Drivers Association scholarships for 2023. This spring, he will graduate from Princeton Community High School in Princeton, Indiana. Jake has participated in FFA, 4-H, Princeton Tiger Bowling Club, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes and is a member of the National Honor Society. He has volunteered for the Mt. Olympus Community Center Lions Club, the Bell ringer for the Salvation Army, and the North Gibson Education Foundation. Jake will graduate with a Core 40 and Technical Honors diploma. Jake is the son of member Leafy White and grandson of members Mike and Ann Ice. His future plans are to attend Vincennes University, Vincennes, Indiana, and pursue a degree in manufacturing engineering.