91-38-2 General Limitations and Requirements
91-38-3 School Transportation Supervisor: Duties and Responsibilities
91-38-4 Compliance with Chassis and Body Construction Standards
91-38-5 Annual Inspection of School Vehicles
91-38-6 School Transportation Driver Qualifications
91-38-7 Driver's Duties and Responsibilities
91-38-8 Loading and Unloading Procedure
91-38-9 Emergency Procedures
91-38-10 Use of Urban Mass Transportation Buses
(a) "Activity bus" means any over-the-road, commercial-type bus utilized
by a govering body only to transport students to and from school activities
as authorized by K.S.A. 72-8301 (c)(3), and amendments thereto. An
activity bus may be a color other than school bus yellow.
(b) "Bus" means any motor vehicle, as defined in K.S.A. 8-126 and amendments
thereto, that is designed for transporting more than 10 passengers in addition
to the driver.
(c) "Driver-trainer" means any person who is assigned by a
transportation supervisor to provide instruction and training to
other school transportation providers, including knowledge of
vehicles used to provide student transportation, safe driving
practices, emergency procedures, and passenger control. The driver-trainer
shall maintain current licensure to operate the largest vehicle about which
the driver-trainer is to provide instruction and shall have experience as a
school bus driver.
(d) "Governing body" means the local board of education or other entity having
authority over a school district.
(e) "Multipurpose passenger vehicle" means a motor vehicle, as defined in
K.S.A. 8-126 and amendments thereto, that is designed to transport
10 or fewer persons, including the driver, and that is constructed on
a truck chassis.
(f) "School bus" means any bus designed primarily for the transportation of students or
school personnel either to or from school or to or from school-related functions or
activities. A school bus may be owned by a school district or a private company.
The term shall include any van or other vehicle rated by the manufacturer, or having
a door label, as a bus.
(g) "School bus driver" means any person employed by a school district or school bus
contractor to drive a school bus or activity bus.
(h) "School district" means any unified school district or private school.
(I) "School passenger vehicle" means any passenger car or multipurpose
passenger vehicle that is owned or leased by a school district or private
individual and is used regularly to provide student transportation on behalf
of a school district.
(j) "School passenger vehicle driver" means any person employed by a school district
primarily to provide transportation for students in a school passenger vehicle.
(k) "School transportation provider" means either a school bus driver or a school
passenger vehicle driver.
(l) "School vehicle" means any activity bus, school bus, or school passenger vehicle.
(m) "Short-term leased vehicle" means any school vehicle that is leased by a school
district for a period of 30 or fewer days.
(n) "Substitute driver" means any person who is not assigned to a regular route but is
employed to serve as a school transportation provider when necessary due to driver
absences or emergencies.
(o) "Transportation supervisor" means a person designated by a governing body to be
responsible for transportation activities within a school district.
This regulation shall be effective on and after July 1, 2000. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-2009; effective July 1, 2000.)
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91-38-2. GENERAL LIMITATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS.
(a) No governing body shall have a school bus in service after July 1, 1992, unless
the school bus was manufactured after April 1, 1977, and either is no more than
25 years old or has been modified to meet current standards. Each school bus
shall meet the standards specified by law and this article.
(b) The owner's name shall be displayed on each side of any school bus.
(c) Activity buses, as defined in K.A.R. 91-38-1(a), shall not be utilized to provide
student transportation to and from school.
(d) Each school bus, activity bus, and school passenger vehicle shall be equipped
with a two-way communication system.
(e) (1) Each school bus shall contain the following emergency supplies:
(A) At least one 2A-10BC fire extinguisher;
(B) at least one readily identifiable first aid kit in a
removable, waterproof, and dustproof container;
(C) at least one readily identifiable body fluid
clean-up kit, in a removable, water proof,
and dustproff container;
(D) a minimum of three reflectorized triangle warning
devices, securely stored but in an accessible
(2) The first aid kit, body fluid clean-up kit, and fire extinguisher shall be
mounted in full view of, and readily accessible to, the driver.
(f) Each governing body shall ensure that occupant restraint systems are provided
for, and utilized by, all occupants of school passenger vehicles. When providing
transportation for infants and preschool children in school passenger vehicles,
age-and size-appropriate child safety restraining systems shall be utilized, in
accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 8-1344, and amendments thereto.
(Authorized by K.S.A. Supp. 8-2009; implementing K.S.A. 8-2009, 8-2009a;
effective July 1, 2000; amended March 28, 2003.)
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91-38-3. SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR: DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
(a) (1) Appointment. Each governing body shall designate an employee
to be the transportation supervisor.
(2) General responsibilities.
(A) The transportation supervisor shall be responsible for
supervision and maintenance of the school district's
(B) The transportation supervisor shall act as liaison between the
school district and any contracted transportation service.
(b) School transportation routes and stops
(1) The transportation supervisor shall be responsible for establishing
all regular transportation routes and stops for the loading and unloading
of students along those routes. The supervisor shall keep a current map
on file for each regular transportation route, with all stops noted and a
current map of the school district showing each attendance center.
(2) The transportation supervisor shall not establish stops on any interstate
highway, state toll road, or other limited-access highway.
(3) The transportation supervisor shall give special consideration to road
conditions and safety concerns when planning the regular transportation
routes. If a safety hazard is encountered, the appropriate authorities
shall be contacted about eliminating or correcting the hazard, if possible.
(4) Each driver shall report to the transportation supervisor any condition
encountered by the driver on a transportation route that appears to
pose a safety hazard.
(5) If visibility is less than 500 feet when approaching an established school bus
stop from any direction, the transportation supervisor shall contact state,
county, or township road authorities and request that warning signs be
posted for the school bus stop. Whenever practicable, stops shall be
established only at points where visibility is at least 500 feet for all
(c) Driver training meetings.
(1) Each transportation supervisor shall conduct at least 10 safety
meetings per year for all school transportation providers employed by
the school district.
(2) Attendance at each meeting shall be documented with a sign-in sheet
or similar document. The record of attendance and the agenda shall
be retained by the supervisor for at least two years.
(3) Safety meeting topics shall include school transportation safety concerns
from drivers regarding route safety, changes in laws or regulations, and
other safety issues as determined appropriate by the transportation
(4) Safety meetings may be videotaped so that drivers who are unable to
attend a particular meeting may view the program at another time.
(5) Newly hired drivers shall be required to attend only those meetings held
following their employment.
(d) Records retention.
(1) The transportation supervisor shall be responsible for maintenance
and repair records for all school buses, activity buses, and school
passenger vehicles used for student transportation, except
short-term leased vehicles, that are either owned or leased and are
operated by the school district. These records shall include information
on scheduled maintenance, lubrication records, repair orders, and other
(2) The maintenance record for each vehicle shall be kept as long as the
school owns or leases the vehicle, and for at least two years following
disposition of the vehicle.
(3) Maintenance records shall be available for inspection by the Kansas
highway patrol, other law enforcement agencies, and Kansas state
department of education officials.
(e) Each school district that contracts for bus transportation services shall ensure
that each contract for those services includes a provision requiring the
contractor to meet the requirements of subsections (c) and (d) of this
(f) Students with special needs. Each board shall notify the transportation
supervisor of any student with special health care concerns or special needs
for transportation. The supervisor shall ensure that drivers, substitute
drivers, and attendants are informed of these needs and receive any training
that is necessary to safely transport the student or to accommodate the
student's special needs.
(Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 8-2009; effective July 1, 2000. amended March 28, 2003.)
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91-38-4. COMPLIANCE WITH CHASSIS AND BODY CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS.
(a) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this regulation, a governing
body shall not allow students to be transported on any school bus acquired or
leased after the effective date of this regulation until the governing body has on
file a verified statement, as prescribed by the state board, from the seller or
lessor of the school bus attesting that the school bus meets the following
(1) The school bus chassis and body construction standards promulgated
by the United States department of transportation that apply to the
particular bus; and
(2) the bus chassis and body construction standards, including standards
for specially equipped school buses, if applicable, prescribed in the
national standards for school transportation.
(b) A governing body shall not alter, change, or otherwise modify any school bus
used to transport students in any manner that results in nullification of the
statement required in subsection (a) of this regulation or that results in the
failure of the school bus to comply with standards applicable to it under
K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-2009a and amendments thereto.
(c) If a governing body is acquiring a school bus from another governing body,
the governing body acquiring the school bus shall obtain the following
statements from the governing body that is disposing of the school bus:
(1) The verified statement obtained by the governing body under subsection
(a) of this regulation; and
(2) a verified statement from the governing body that is disposing of the
school bus attesting to the fact that the governing body has not altered,
changed, or otherwise modified the school bus in any manner that results
in nullification of the statement required in subsection (a) of this regulation
or that results in the failure of the school bus to comply with the standards
applicable to it under K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-2009a and amendments thereto.
This regulation shall be effective on and after July 1, 2000. (Authorized by K.S.A. 1998
Supp. 8-2009; implementing K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-2009, 8-2009a; effective July 1, 2000.)
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91-38-5. ANNUAL INSPECTION OF SCHOOL VEHICLES.
Annual inspection of school vehicles.
(a) (1) Each governing body that either owns or leases and that operates any
school bus or activity bus shall have each of those buses inspected
annually in accordance with this regulation.
(2) Each person or entity that contracts with any governing body to provide
bus transportation services to students shall have each school bus or
activity bus used to transport students inspected annually in accordance
with this regulation.
(3) Except for new buses, which shall be inspected upon delivery and before
being used to transport students, the inspection process shall be
conducted between June 1 and September 30. No school bus or activity
bus shall be used to transport students until the inspection process has
been completed and the bus is in proper working order.
(b) (1) Each governing body and each bus transportation contractor shall have
each school bus and each activity bus that is operated by the governing
body or the contractor inspected by a mechanic who is knowledgeable
about the mechanical systems of school buses. In addition, each
governing body shall have each school passenger vehicle that is used
to transport students inspected annually by a mechanic. The mechanic
shall inspect each bus and each school passenger vehicle to determine
whether the mechanical system is in proper working order.
(2) Each mechanic shall indicate the results of the inspection on the form
provided by the state department of education and shall return the form
to the governing body or bus transportation contractor.
(c) (1) After the inspection prescribed in subsection (b) is completed, each
school vehicle shall be inspected by the Kansas highway patrol to
determine whether the school vehicle is equipped with the appropriate
safety devices and those devices are in proper working order.
(2) The results of the inspection shall be indicated by the highway patrol
officer on the form provided by the state department of education.
Following completion of this form, it shall be returned to the governing
body or bus transportation contractor.
(d) (1) Upon successful completion of the inspection process specified in sub-
section (b) and (c), a school vehicle inspection sticker issued by the
Kansas Highway Patrol shall be placed on the school vehicle's wind-
shield in a location that will not impair the driver's vision.
(e) (1) If any school vehicle fails either the mechanical or safety inspection
specified in this regulation, that school vehicle shall not be used for
student transportation until all defects have been corrected and
school vehicle has been approved.
(2) If repairs or other corrections are required for a school vehicle to pass
the inspection and these repairs or corrections are completed within 10
days after the initial inspection, then only the defective items shall be
re-examined. If repairs or corrections are not made within 10 days
following the initial inspection, the school vehicle shall be completely
(f) At any time, spot inspections of any school vehicle used for student transportation
may be conducted by the Kansas highway patrol.
(g) Each school bus activity bus, and school passenger vehicle that is purchased at
any time following the required annual inspection for school vehicles shall pass
the inspections required by this regulation before being used to transport students.
(Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 8-2009; effective July 1, 2000; amended
March 28, 2003.)
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91-38-6. SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION DRIVER QUALIFICATIONS.
(a) Driver's licensing and age requirements. Each person employed by a school
district or by a school bus contractor who, at any time, will provide student
transportation, shall be licensed in accordance with K.S.A. 8-234b and
amendments thereto, or the appropriate licensing statutes of the person's
state of residence. Each person also shall meet the requirements listed below:
(1) Each driver of a school bus or activity bus with a gross weight of over
26,000 pounds shall maintain a commercial class A or B driver's license,
with passenger endorsement.
(2) Each driver of a school bus or activity bus that has a gross weight of
26,000 pounds or less, and designed for transporting 16 passengers
or more, shall maintain a commercial class A, B, or C driver's license,
with passenger endorsement.
(3) Each driver of a school passenger vehicle or a school bus or activity bus
that has a weight of 26,000 pounds or less, is designed to transport fewer
than 16 passengers, shall maintain an appropriate noncommercial
(4) Each driver's license shall be valid within the driver's state of residence.
(5) Each driver of an activity bus shall be 21 years of age or older.
(b) Criminal and driving records.
(1) Each prospective school transportation provider or other school
employee who may transport students shall be required to sign a
statement indicating whether that individual has been convicted within
the past 10 years in any state or federal court of any felony involving
another person or any crime involving a child. A person who has been
convicted of such a crime within the past 10 years shall not be employed,
re-employed, or retained as an employee to provide student transportation.
(2) Each prospective driver shall be required to sign a statement indicating
whether within the past 10 years, that individual has been convicted in any
state of any major traffic violations indicated in subsection (c) of this
(3) For purposes of this regulation, a conviction means entering a plea
of guilty or nolo contendre, a finding of guilty by a court or jury, or
forfeiture of bond.
(4) Each prospective school transportation provider shall give written
authorization to the prospective employer to obtain the applicant's
driving record through a local law enforcement agency or the Kansas
department of revenue, division of vehicles, in accordance with K.S.A.
74-2012 and amendments thereto. The authorization also shall allow the
prospective employer to obtain the applicant's driving record in states
other than Kansas through a local law enforcement agency or the
appropriate agency of the other state.
(c) Disqualification from employment.
(1) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (2) of this subsection, a
governing body shall not employ or retain to transport students, any
person who discloses or whose driving record indicates that, within
the past 10 years, the person has been convicted of any of the
following major traffic violations:
(A) Hit-and-run driving;
(B) driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs;
(C) vehicular homicide;
(D) reckless driving; or
(E) any offense for which the driver's license was suspended or
revoked pursuant to K.S.A. 8-254 and 8-255 and amendments
(2) A governing body may waive the disqualification for employment by a
unanimous vote of the full membership of the governing body.
(d) Driver experience and training requirements.
(1) Each driver who operates a school vehicle to transport students shall
have at least one year's experience in operating a motor vehicle.
(2) (A) School bus drivers shall be provided a minimum of 12 hours
of bus driver training. The first six hours of training shall be
completed without student passengers, but the remaining
hours may be completed with student passengers, if the
driver-trainer is on the bus. All driver training shall be
supervised by the assigned driver-trainer.
(B) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (2) (C) of this
subsection, each school transportation provider shall complete
a first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) course,
approved by the state department of education, before the first
day the driver is allowed to transport students. Each driver
completing any training session shall obtain a wallet card or
other certificate attesting to that individual's completion of the
(C) A school transportation provider who is certified as an
emergency medical service provider shall not be required to
complete first aid and CPR training, if the emergency medical
certification is maintained in valid status. As used in this
paragraph, "emergency medical service provider" means
first responder, emergency medical technician?basic,
emergency medical technician-intermediate, emergency medical
technician-paramedic, or mobile intensive care technician.
(e) (1) Each school transportation provider shall successfully complete a vehicle
accident prevention course approved by the state department of education,
before the first day the driver transports students. The driver shall obtain a
completion certificate or wallet card as evidence that the course
requirements have been met.
(2) After completion of the initial accident prevention course, each driver
shall be required to maintain certification by either of the following:
(A) Completion of an accident prevention course at least every
three years; or
(B) annual attendance at a workshop provided for school
transportation personnel by the state department of education.
(3) The transportation supervisor shall maintain documentation of driver
training for school transportation providers for the duration of the
driver's employment, and a minimum of two years thereafter.
(f) Substitute and emergency school transportation providers.
(1) Substitute school transportation providers shall meet the requirements
in this regulation, but they may be allowed up to 30 days following
employment to complete the first aid, CPR, and accident prevention
course training requirements.
(2) Any person who holds a valid commercial driver's license may
operate a school bus in an emergency situation. For purposes of
this paragraph, an "emergency situation" means a situation in which
no qualified driver or substitute driver is available.
A specific driver shall not drive as an emergency driver for more
than five days during a school year.
(g) Physical examination and health requirements.
(1) The physical qualification requirements for school transportation
providers in Kansas shall be those in 49 C.F.R. 391.41, as in
effect on October 1, 1998, which is adopted by reference. The
physical examination form that is prescribed by the federal highway
administration, office of motor carriers, and that is available from the
state department of education shall be utilized to document the results
of each examination.
(2) The physical examination shall be certified by a person licensed to
practice medicine and surgery, and shall be required according to
the following schedule:
(A) Before beginning employment as a school transportation
(B) at least every two years after the date of the initial physical
(C) at any time requested by the driver's employer, the school
transportation supervisor, or the state department of
(3) A properly certified physical examination report required under this
subsection shall constitute the certification of health required by
K.S.A. 72-5213 and amendments thereto.
(4) Each governing body shall keep on file a current physical
examination report for each school transportation provider. If
a provider leaves employment for any reason, the person's
last physical examination report shall be kept for two years
after the person leaves.
(h) Waiver of physical requirements.
(1) (A) Any person failing to meet the requirements of subsection
(g) may be permitted to be a school transportation provider
for a particular school district, if a waiver is granted by the
governing board of that school district under this subsection.
A waiver shall meet the following requirements:
(i) The person seeking the waiver, the transportation
supervisor for the school district, and the contract
manager, if applicable, shall submit a joint
application for a waiver to the local board of education.
(ii) Each application shall be accompanied by reports
from two physicians, licensed to practice medicine
and surgery, indicating their opinions regarding the
person's ability to safely operate a school bus.
(iii) The application shall contain a description of the
type and size of the vehicle to be driven and any
special equipment required to accommodate the
driver to safely operate the vehicle, the general area
and type of roads to be traveled, distances and time
period contemplated, and the experience of the person
in driving vehicles of the type to be driven.
(B) An application for a waiver shall be granted only by unanimous
approval of the governing board.
(2) Restrictions of the waiver as approved by the governing body.
(A) A waiver as described in paragraph (1) of this subsection shall
not be granted for a period longer than two years, but may be
renewed by following the procedures in paragraph (1) of this
(B) While on duty, the driver shall keep in the driver's possession
the original document granting the waiver or a legible copy
(C) Each governing body shall retain the original document granting
the waiver or a legible copy of the waiver in the driver's personnel
file for as long as the driver is employed and for a period of at
least than two years following termination of the driver's
(D) A waiver may be revoked, for cause, by the governing body.
Before revocation, the governing body shall perform the
(i) Suspend the driver from service;
(ii) provide notice of the proposed revocation to the driver,
including the reason or reasons for the proposed
(iii) allow the driver a reasonable opportunity to show cause,
if any, why the revocation should not occur.
(i) Alcohol and drug testing requirements. Each governing body may develop
a policy to include all drivers of any school motor vehicles in the alcohol and
drug testing program required for drivers holding commercial driver's
licenses. (Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 8-2009; effective July 1,
2000; amended March 28, 2003.)
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91-38-7. DRIVER'S DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.
(a) Each school transportation provider shall inspect a school vehicle before
its use to ascertain that it is in a safe condition and equipped as required
by law, and that all required equipment is in working order. The school
transportation provider shall document each inspection.
(b) If any defect is discovered, students shall not be transported in the vehicle
until the defect is corrected.
(c) Documentation of the inspections of each school vehicle shall be kept on
file for a minimum of one year following the vehicle inspection.
(d) A school transportation provider shall not drive a school vehicle for more
than 10 consecutive hours or for more than a total of 10 hours in any
(e) Each school transportation provider shall ensure that all doors are closed
before the vehicle is put into motion and remain closed while the vehicle
(f) Each school transportation provider shall ensure that openings for the
service door, emergency exits, and aisles are kept clear of any
(g) Each school transportation provider shall utilize the driver's safety belt
at all times while the vehicle is in motion.
(h) If the school transportation provider leaves the driver's seat, the parking
brake shall be set, the motor turned off, and the keys removed. However,
drivers of specially equipped buses may leave the motor running to operate
a power lift after setting the parking brake.
(i) If a school vehicle is refueled during any trip when passengers are being
transported, the school transportation provider shall unload all passengers
from the vehicle and turn off the vehicle's motor before beginning refueling
procedures. Fuel shall not be transported in any manner, except in the
vehicle's fuel tank.
(j) Following the completion of any trip, each school transportation provider
shall perform a walk-through inspection of the school bus or activity bus,
and a visual check of a school passenger vehicle, to ensure that all
passengers have disembarked.
(k) A driver of a school bus or activity bus shall not tow any trailer or
other vehicle with the bus. (Authorized by and implementing
K.S.A. 8-2009; effective July 1, 2000 amended March 28, 2003.)
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91-38-8. LOADING AND UNLOADING PROCEDURES.
(a) On routes.
(1) Each school bus driver shall activate the alternately flashing warning
lights as required by K.S.A. 8-1556 and amendments thereto, at
any time that the loading or unloading of students occurs on the
traveled portion of any roadway.
(2) Each governing body shall adopt procedures for the loading and
unloading of students, consistent with the requirements of this
article. The procedures shall include the following:
(A) Each school bus driver shall load and unload students off the
roadway whenever adequate space is provided, unless
parking the bus off the roadway would threaten the safety or
stability of the bus or safety of the students.
(B) Each school bus driver shall direct students who cross the
roadway when loading or unloading from a school bus to cross
only in front of the bus. The driver shall ensure that all traffic has
stopped and shall instruct students to wait for a signal from the
driver before crossing the roadway.
(C) Students shall not be required to cross any divided highway,
as defined in K.S.A. 8-1414 and amendments thereto, in
order to board the bus or to reach the students' destination
upon unloading from the bus.
(D) When the loading or unloading of students takes place
on a roadway, the bus shall stop in the far right hand lane
of the roadway.
(E) Each driver shall ensure that all students who have unloaded
from the bus have moved a safe distance away from the bus
before the driver moves the bus.
(b) At school.
(1) Whenever possible, each governing body shall provide bus parking
so that the loading or unloading of students is conducted in an area
away from vehicular traffic and off the roadway.
(2) Before each school's dismissal time, and where adequate space
is available, the bus drivers shall park the buses in single file.
(3) If the loading or unloading of students is conducted on the
traveled portion of a roadway, each bus driver shall park the bus
on the side of the roadway nearest to the school, with the entry
door opening away from the traveled portion of the roadway. Buses
shall be parked adjacent to curbing, if present. If there is no
curbing, the buses shall be parked as far to the right of the roadway
as possible without threatening the stability of the bus.
(4) Each board shall ensure that there is adult supervision during
loading and unloading procedures at each school building,
except at buildings utilized exclusively for senior high school
(c) On activity trips.
(1) Whenever possible, each bus driver shall park the bus so that
the loading or unloading of students takes place in an area away
from other vehicular traffic.
(2) The transportation supervisor shall designate, in advance,
stops for the loading and unloading of buses along each
activity trip route.
(d) In school passenger vehicles. Each driver of a school passenger
vehicle shall park the vehicle in a location so that students are
loaded or unloaded in an area off the roadway.
This regulation shall be effective on and after July 1, 2000. (Authorized by K.S.A.
1998 Supp. 8-2009; implementing K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-1556, 8-2009; effective
July 1, 2000.)
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91-38-9. EMERGENCY PROCEDURES.
(a) Each governing body shall adopt procedures to be followed by school
transportation providers if confronted with an emergency situation when
on the road.
(b) Each governing body shall ensure that students who are regularly
transported to and from school in a school bus receive instruction,
at least once each semester, about practices and procedures to
follow if an emergency occurs while being transported.
(c) Each governing body shall ensure that emergency evacuation drills
are conducted at least once each semester. Each emergency
evacuation drill shall be supervised by the transportation supervisor
or the supervisor's designee.
(d) The transportation supervisor shall prepare documentation of
each emergency evacuation drill, including the date of the drill,
number of student participants, and the names of the supervising
personnel. This documentation shall be kept on file for at least two
years from the date of the drill.
(e) Before each activity trip, the driver shall provide an explanation of the
location and operation of the emergency exits of the bus.
This regulation shall be effective on and after July 1, 2000. (Authorized by and
implementing K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-2009; effective July 1, 2000.)
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91-38-10. USE OF URBAN MASS TRANSPORTATION BUSES.
(a) A governing body may contract with the operator of a mass
transportation system to provide school transportation for its
students. Any contract for this transportation shall include the
information specified below in subsection (b).
(b) The operator shall keep and provide the following information to
the governing body, upon request:
(1) Documentation of vehicle lubrication, maintenance, and repair
as set forth in K.A.R. 91-38-3(d);
(2) documentation that any vehicle used to transport students
contains the emergency equipment required in K.A.R.
(3) documentation that each driver used to provide student
transportation meets the qualification set forth in K.A.R.
This regulation shall be effective on and after July 1, 2000. (Authorized by and
implementing K.S.A. 1998 Supp. 8-2009; effective July 1, 2000.)
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