The Idaho driver resigned after an incident in April, in which she allegedly forced a 9-year-old student out of his seat and pushed him.
The school bus company recognizes the Illinois team with its Customer Champion Award for cheering on special-needs students at a basketball game.
The fleet safety solutions supplier awards a total of $50,000 to help prevent bullying and promote kindness initiatives.
The event will offer workshops on such topics as McKinney-Vento homeless transportation, safety and security, and recruitment and retention.
The policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics addresses creating IEPs, proper use of restraint systems, and care administered by aides and nurses.
Amber Marie Power, a driver for Stock Transportation, earns an award from the Ottawa Student Transportation Authority for her efforts to ensure the well-being of a passenger.
Staff members team up to support a fellow school bus driver whose son has autism by helping her raise funds to boost awareness.
In an apparent road rage incident, police say, a motorist stops in front of the bus and cracks a glass panel on the door when the bus driver won’t open it.
In addition to their nimble, responsive service, the kid-focused rideshares offer a learning opportunity in how they cater to parents’ needs and wants.
The Florida driver and aide say they were unable to help a student who had a seizure and later died because they had no CPR training. The district says they had a recent refresher course.
The securement equipment supplier will annually honor a special-needs driver for exemplary service. The winner will receive $1,000.
The South Carolina driver and aide use their training to report the incident and request assistance, and comfort students when the bus is struck by a tractor-trailer. No one is hurt.
A South Carolina school bus driver and aide in a tractor-trailer crash share details on how they used their training to ensure the special-needs students aboard their bus stayed safe.
A California father seeks an investigation into past use of zip ties on harnesses to restrain his son and other students. The district has ended the practice and now uses new safety vests.
Hamilton Southeastern Schools reports that Thomas Built’s seat mounting system for special-needs buses helps keep floors clean and organized, and is easy to remove and install.