Does OPT think of the implications of the stupid rules they come out with? In many instances, if you have an incident on your bus in the afternoon and don't know the kids name, you can get it from the school the next day.
But wait! They want them reported the same day. And even if you turn the report in to the office, it's often a couple of days before they're actually submitted to OPT.
Just can't make sense out of some of these rules and threats of violations.
OK ... so, if somebody logs in on your route number (as happened to me last week), you are actually logged in so it's the OTHER driver who gets the violation (different bus number, but your ROUTE is logged in)... am I right?
Also, from my experience, once somebody has logged in ... let's say to YOUR morning route, even if they log out, you can't log in again until the p.m. run. The a.m. run no longer appears ... am I right about this?