Student Safety is our top priority! RBB school bus drivers work hard every day to provide a safe and friendly ride to and from school. The RBB School Corporation operates 25 routes, including 6 routes for students with special needs, as well as all extracurricular activities, and field trips.
If you would like to check your child’s bus assignment and route information including estimated pick-up and drop-off times, please click on this link. You will need to enter your child’s grade and address.
If you need to change your child’s transportation information, you need to do this in your Harmony account under each child and notify their teachers.
It is imperative that all addresses, phone numbers, and transportation information are kept current.
Transportation Department Contact Information:
Audrey Myers, Transportation Director
Richland-Bean Blossom Community School Corporation
School Service Center
600 S. Edgewood Drive
Ellettsville, IN 47429
School Delays and Closings
For all weather updates and school delays and closings, you can call the weather hotline at 876-9020.
Check our Website Stoplight for current school status
WATCH OR LISTEN TO THE TELEVISION OR RADIO FOR DELAYS AND CLOSINGS.
WGTC-FM – 105.1
WCBK-FM – 102.3
WCLS-FM – 97.7
WTTS-FM – 92.3
WGCL-AM – 1370
WFHB-FM – 91.3 or 100.7
WFIU-FM – 103.7 or 106.1
WVNI-FM – 95.1
When getting your child ready for school it is important to be ready for the bus 5 minutes before the time that is given. We always strive to have the bus at your house at the designated time. We do have occasions where the bus will be early or late. Being ready will help relieve the stress that can arise from the situation.
Parents should plan on being at home 5 to 10 minutes before the scheduled bus drop off. Several things can happen that can make the bus early for drop off. There can be several students who do not ride home so it can speed up the time for a student’s bus drop off.
You or a caregiver should be at the bus stop or at home when your child gets off the bus. If that’s not possible, make sure your child knows exactly what to do– continue straight home, wait for you, call someone, go to a neighbor’s house, or whatever you’ve arranged beforehand. If you are running late; Call school or transportation.
And once again, be sure your children understand to whom they should and shouldn’t talk to when they’re on their own.
Clothing Can Get Caught: Jacket and sweatshirt drawstrings, backpack straps, scarves, and loose clothing may get caught on the bus handrail or door. This is not only a danger while getting on or off the bus, but could happen any place on the bus.
At Richland-Bean Blossom Schools, the bus is considered an extension of the classroom and school facility. Students are expected to extend the same conduct on the bus as they do in the school facility and the classroom. Here are a few safety tips so all students and drivers may have a safe trip to and from school.
- Be on time for the bus. Arrive at your pick-up location at least 5-10 minutes before the expected pick-up time.
- Never run to or from the bus.
- Be alert and stand back from the curb.
- Don’t yell or shout.
- Stay in your seat. Keep legs, feet, and backpacks out of the aisle so the driver may see out of the rear windows.
- Always obey the driver’s requests. They need to focus on the road and need your help.
- Keep your hands, feet, and objects to yourself. Don’t push or shove.
- Wait for the driver’s signal before crossing.
- Always cross at least 12 feet in front of the bus.
- Never crawl under a school bus.