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I talked to my bus driver to get Taylor or I moved because I was afraid that I would get myself in trouble. Taylor is back sharing a seat with me. I'm afraid to talk to my bus driver again. Why did she move her back? Miss Jackson knows that I'm afraid I'm going to get myself in trouble, and she won't move either of us for good!
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Re: WHAT THE HECK? - September 21st 2010, 12:44 AM

You should definitely tell your bus driver again. It was her fault for putting you guys back together again after agreeing not to. I think if you remain calm and polite while speaking to her she won't give you a problem. Even though it might make you nervous to do so again, it's better than living in fear every day that Taylor is going involve you in unnecessary trouble. Be the strong-willed person you say you are and go for it. You won't regret it.

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Re: WHAT THE HECK? - September 22nd 2010, 05:48 AM

This differs so much from when I was in school because we never had assigned seats on the bus. Couldn't you just ask someone to trade places or just get on before someone else and take their place? It shouldn't be a big deal with whomever because there are plenty of other seats to sit with or near their friends. When I was using the bus back in grade school, it was first-come, first-serve. The only seating policies were that the younger kids stay closer to the front than the older kids who stay closer to the back so if younger kids are at the front, they sit wherever.

Specific seating arrangements went to the youngest who got the front-most seats as those were the only ones, other than the driver's seat, which had seat belts. The other time specific seatings occurred would be if there was a fight between students, the bus driver would just have them sit a few seats apart but where exactly didn't matter just as long as they were further apart.

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