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Editors’ picks: videos and photo gallery of the year

Posted on December 30, 2013
Our pick for the best photo gallery of the year shows engaging emergency training at Houston Independent School District.

Our pick for the best photo gallery of the year shows engaging emergency training at Houston Independent School District.

VIDEOS OF THE YEAR

Ohio district’s ‘School Bus Jive’
South-Western City Schools in Grove City created this catchy school bus safety video for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Driver Ron McClure II raps about the district’s school bus safety rules, including how to board the bus safely.

To watch the video, go here.

Texas district’s ‘School Bus Shuffle’
Houston Independent School District also produced an infectious music video on school bus safety. Transportation staff member Curtis Harris came up with the song and dance moves to remind students and drivers about staying safe on the bus.

To watch the video, go here.

PHOTO GALLERY OF THE YEAR

Action-packed training for school bus emergencies
In August, more than 1,200 Houston Independent School District bus drivers and attendants took part in realistic, hands-on survival rescue training. This photo gallery gives a look at the engaging drills — from a bus fire to a train wreck to an armed intruder.

To see the photo gallery, go here.

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