R. J. Vial's Peaceful School Bus Program

From staff and wire reports

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Angelle Babin, assistant principal, discussed the “Find Somebody Who” activity.
Angelle Babin, assistant principal, discussed the “Find Somebody Who” activity.
All R. J. Vial students met in route groups that included buses, car riders, walkers or Before and After Care during the first Peaceful School Bus Program meeting of the year.

Angelle Babin, assistant principal, discussed the "Find Somebody Who" activity with students Brock Dunn and Kade Lewis of Bus 19 during R. J. Vial's Peaceful School Bus Program meeting. The activity was designed to promote student conversations with each other and the bus driver to help them get to know each other better.

Students Brandon Gainey, Drew Territa, Sandy Mannear, Ethan Stein, Carla Boudreaux, Ellie Blouin and Peyton McDonough shared their ideas about what will make their car rider group one that looks like, sounds like and feels like a peaceful one.

Ethan Stein, Carla Boudreaux, Sandy Mannear, Drew Territa, Peyton McDonough and Brandon Gainey with other students discuss and sign their poster.
       



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