VI. Remind participants that their first preference should always be to avoid an adverse weather situation. This module deals with what to do if you haven’t been able to avoid it. You will discuss those situations where the school bus driver has to decide what to do.
VI.A. Tell participants that all the information covered in this section will be on a handout which you will distribute shortly.
VI.B. You can review this material by asking “Where can ice come from?” Write the responses on the flipchart. As participants give answers, you can describe the conditions.
VI.B.4. Ice fog is like regular fog, only much colder. Still air and -25 degrees or colder are the main ingredients for ice fog. Ice fog can form from exhaust from vehicles or from a building’s heating system exhaust. It can also form around open water before lakes or ponds freeze.
VI.C. You can review this material by asking “What forms can ice take?” Write the responses on the flipchart. As participants give answers, you can describe the conditions.
VI.F. Distribute Handout #5, Slippery Roads - Ice. Review it with the participants.