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Winners named in SBF Photo Contest

Posted on July 11, 2012
This photo from Joyce Wilcox of Salamanca (N.Y.) City Central School District was selected as a winning entry in this year’s Photo Contest.

This photo from Joyce Wilcox of Salamanca (N.Y.) City Central School District was selected as a winning entry in this year’s Photo Contest.

TORRANCE, Calif. — The eighth edition of SCHOOL BUS FLEET’s annual Photo Contest drew a record 214 captivating shots from 71 pupil transportation professionals across the nation.

Once again, the contest was open to all types of school bus-related shots. The top entries, as judged by our editorial staff, will appear in a pictorial feature in the upcoming August 2012 issue of SBF.

Here are the winners (who each earned $100) and honorable mentions:

Winners

• Joyce Wilcox of Salamanca (N.Y.) City Central School District
• James Kraemer of Lebanon (Ore.) Community Schools
• Louise Flynn of Nassau Board of Cooperative Educational Services in Garden City, N.Y.

Honorable Mentions

• John Arneson from Chandler (Ariz.) School District
• Tammy Coates, Head Start in Lynchburg, Va.
• Christopher Zeitvogel, DoDEA-Pacific Misawa (Japan) Student Transportation Office
• Cindy Hanson of Highline Public Schools in Burien, Wash.
• Ashley Reynolds of Mid States School Bus Inc. in Wayne, Neb.
• Connie Noll of Northshore School District in Bothell, Wash.

To view these people’s photos, along with other noteworthy entries, go to our 2012 Photo Contest gallery here.  

To view photos from the 2011 contest, click here. To view photos from the 2010 contest, click here.

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