Yes. The school bus is an extension of the classroom. School begins when the bus arrives at the bus stop. The standard or expected behavior for students on a school bus, is that every student will remain seated throughout the bus ride. School bus drivers will address students displaying improper and/or unsafe behavior and refer repeated offenders to school administration for review/action.
When there is an infraction on the bus, a referral is turned into the school administrators, who are responsible for contacting the student and parent to solve the lack of compliance with bus expectations. The school administrator is solely responsible for consequences based on the incident as described by the driver and student. All buses have video cameras, which could be used to verify incidents.