The School Drive Subsidy may help towards the costs of driving children to school if you live in an area where there is no public transport.
Students living 2.0 km or more from James Fallon High School may apply for a bus pass. Students and families are advised to contact the relevant bus company for detailed information in relation to bus routes, bus stops and times. The main bus companies operating within the Albury Wodonga urban area are Martins (Albury only) Phone: 02 6040 4400 and Dysons (Wodonga, East Albury) Phone: 02 6056 3100.
Bus Code of Conduct
To ensure the safety and comfort of other passengers,
Behave safely at all times
Respect the needs and comfort of other passengers
Respect bus property by not marking or damaging it
Always follow instructions about safety on the bus
Show their bus pass or ticket to the driver on boarding and when requested.
Students will not:
Distract the driver except in an emergency
Smoke, eat or drink on the bus
Allow any part of their body to protrude from the bus
Fight, spit, use offensive language or place their feet on the seats
Throw any article inside, or out of, the bus
Alter, deface, misuse or fraudulently obtain a bus pass
Give, lend or transfer their bus pass to another student.
For safety reasons, bicycles are not to be ridden in the school grounds. Students are to dismount at the front gate and wheel their bike to the bike enclosure where they are to be left until classes are over. The bike enclosure is locked during lesson time. However, for security reasons, students should ensure that bikes are securely locked.
In special circumstances, students may borrow the bike enclosure key from the front office. In the afternoon, bikes must be walked from the school grounds. With buses, cars and a large number of people moving, safety is paramount.