HOUSTON (KTRK) --"I dropped her off and she was like, 'Mommy, I love you,' and I said, 'I love you, too. I'll talk to you later.' She said OK, and I just sent there and watched her as she was walking into the gate."
That would be the last time Sheanine Chatman would see her daughter alive.
"Just seeing her laying in that hospital bed and her body was cold. That was my baby. She always asked how I was feeling. She wasn't a selfish child," said Chatman.
On September 15, 2015, Furr High School freshman Janiecia Chatman was on an HISD school bus when when it hit a guard rail on 610 and came crashing down onto Telephone Road. Janiecia and another student were killed.
"No child should get on a bus to school and never return home," added Chatman.
That's why Chatman was glad to hear about a possible big change at HISD. The district announced a proposed update to its Code of Student Conduct that would require students to wear seat belts on all buses equipped with them.
Proposed update to #HISD Code of Student Conduct would require students to wear seat belts on all buses equipped with them.— Houston ISD (@HoustonISD) June 6, 2016
"I feel like it should be mandatory, just how it is when we get in a vehicle with our children," she explained.
Chatman believes if her daughter would have been wearing a seat belt, she would have had a chance to survive. Now she's calling for the district to do more to train students on seat belt safety when riding the school bus.
"I just want to make sure it doesn't and never happens again to anyone else's children. That's what's important to me," she said.
Janceia would've turned 15 June 1st. Her mom still threw her a big birthday party.
"I promised her that, so I wanted to keep my promise," said Chatman, in tears.
Chatman remembers her baby girl by replaying a cell phone video. Janiecia was never without her phone. Oddly, on that fatal day she left it at home by mistake.
"When I get lonely and I want to hear voice, I just go and play a video. She loved God -- you don't find a lot of at the age of 14," said Chatman.