Under Education Code 44808, a school district is generally not liable for injuries students receive while not on school property.  There is an exception to that immunity, however, when the district has undertaken to provide students transportation to and from school and the student is injured while he is or should be under the immediate and direct supervision of a district employee.  Here, the school district was supposed to run school buses to bring students to school, but on the day of the accident, the bus did not show up.  After waiting in vain for the bus, plaintiff’s daughter was picked up by a friend who got in an accident on the way to school.  On these facts, this decision holds that the district is not immune from liability for the daughter’s death in the accident.  It agreed to (i.e., had undertaken to) transport students to school, and the students should have been under the bus driver’s supervision on the school bus at the time the accident occurred.