Improve Bus Safety Unique Character & Bully Prevention Program
Kamaron Institute Positive Character Program, proven to cut name-calling, discipline and distraction incidents in school and on the school bus in half while doubling kind words and cooperation. Mobile version for buses proven to increase bus safety by cutting distractions in half. Plus, transportation supervisors, say program provides a BIG return on time invested.
The Institute offers the mobile/bus version of Positive Label program in conjunction with a school simultaneously earning its 3-year national certification.
Experience has proven this partnership benefits both the school and the transportation team and creates a unique and exciting synergy.
- Improves bus safety by decreasing bus distractions
- Positively impacts the atmosphere in school and on bus
- Proven Partnership and synergy between bus, school and parents
- Transportation leaders work environment improved 50%
- 9 out of 10 drivers reported very happy with program results
- Discipline and referral issues down by 50%
Endorsements, Reviews, Testimonials
We reframe the entire issue of name calling and bullying to focus on the solution. This is the step beyond prevention. It is preemption," explains program founder Margaret Ross.
"The program connected the bus driver and the school together. Transportation and the school were using the program to achieve a common goal, for the good of children.
Drivers and Aides were encouraged to view the riders in a different way: not as 'cargo' to get from place to place, but as special people with varied and valued characteristics. This created a synergy never before experienced in our district." - S. Patrick, Director of Transportation
"This was our unifying program, bringing together students, staff, parents, and extended staff (bus drivers, office, parapro, cafeteria staff)." - Cris Force, Counselor
"Decreased number of major referrals and parents notification forms, which has helped decrease negative behavior; a relationship vessel to allow transportation employees and school employees to work together to accomplish goals." - C. Hart, Transportation Supervisor