We have a sub bus driver that takes us to school because our original bus driver has been dealing with an injury she has arrived at our stops way earlier than she should she today drove right past me and continue to speed away from me when I was at the stop and running up to the bus she ignored friends of mine who tried to get her to stop I was informed by my principal she has a 5 min window from the arrival time she arrived before that time
Short answer: no.
Tell your parents.
You can speak to your principal.
General rule of thumb: no economic damages equals no lawsuit.
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