Susan J. Reiman of Abingdon, a 1991 graduate of the University of Maryland's School of Nursing, has been elected to membership in Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
She was inducted as an undergraduate member of Phi Chapter at University of Maryland in Baltimore.
BUS SCHEDULES SET
School bus schedules and routes for the 1991-1992 school year forcounty public schools have been released. School is scheduled to open for approximately 31,000 public school students Sept. 3, and more than 24,500 students will be transported by school buses daily.
Since routes are based on estimated fall enrollments, school officials say parents and students should expect minor adjustments in bus loads and schedules during the first week of school in order to avoid overloading buses.
Students attending the John Archer School and Churchville, Havre de Grace, Homestead/Wakefield, North Harford, William Paca/Old Post Road elementary preschool programs will be contacted by their bus driver.
All kindergarten pupils will receive information concerning their bus stops and bus schedules from the school they will be attending.
Bus routes are planned so that a maximum number ofchildren are picked up and discharged at the nearest stop to their home. Generally, bus stops are located at least one-quarter mile apart. Bus drivers will inform children of the designated stops during thefirst few days of school.
The morning time for each bus is the estimated time of the first stop the bus will make on its morning run. This time may vary by several minutes during the first few days of school until each driver is able to establish a definite schedule.
Children who plan to use bus transportation are encouraged to ride thebus beginning the first day of school to facilitate the establishment of the time schedule and the bus load.
The pupil transportation rules will be given to each pupil on the first day of school and discussed in class. Parents are urged to review the rules with their children.