Safety

BusConduct celebrates 10 years of bus safety

Posted on June 15, 2010

Since 2000, BusConduct by Incwebs has been used to help discipline over 78,000 students nationwide, resulting in increased school bus safety and happier bus drivers, company officials said.

Bus drivers enter reports on misbehaving students into the Web-based application, formerly known as SchoolTIRES, and the reports are automatically e-mailed to school officials.

BusConduct stores and organizes incidents by school, grade and student ID, allowing transportation departments and school administrators to work together efficiently.

“BusConduct is a fantastic system,” said Virginia Stevens of Killeen (Texas) Independent School District. “Everything about it is so easy and fast, and it allows me to manage conduct issues with such ease.”

 

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