Special Needs Transportation

4 more earn NAPT's special-needs endorsement

Posted on November 6, 2013

Four pupil transportation professionals recently completed the Special Needs Transportation Training program.

The latest to earn the endorsement, which is offered by the National Association for Pupil Transportation, are:

• Kenny Mulder, CDPT, director of transportation at Special School District in Olivette, Mo.

• Katherine Oetker, special-needs transportation specialist at Cook-Illinois Corp. in Waukegan, Ill.

• Kala Henkensiefken, transportation coordinator at Brainerd (Minn.) Independent School District 181

• Diane Stewart, supervisor at Virginia Beach (Va.) City Public Schools

The Special Needs Transportation Training program provides opportunities for transportation personnel who serve students with disabilities to access educational opportunities at local and national conferences and to gain national recognition for their efforts.

More than 70 people have earned the endorsement.

For more information on the program, go here.

Related Topics: conferences, NAPT

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