Special Needs Transportation

3 complete NAPT special-needs program

Posted on May 13, 2013

Three more pupil transportation professionals have earned the Special Needs Transportation Training endorsement.

Recently having completed the National Association for Pupil Transportation program are:

• Lynn Head, director of special education transportation, School District 129, North Aurora, Ill.
Debbie Rike, director of transportation, Shelby County Schools, Arlington, Tenn.
• Viki Wassink, area supervisor, Granite School District, West Valley City, Utah

The Special Needs Transportation Training program provides educational opportunities for transportation personnel who serve students with disabilities. A complete list of program elements is available here.

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