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Michigan district extends contract with First Student

Posted on March 12, 2014

Troy (Mich.) School District has retained its student transportation contract with First Student.

Under the three-year contract extension, First Student will continue to provide 8,000 students in the district with school bus service.

“We are pleased that the Troy School District has chosen to continue its partnership with First Student,” said Doug Meek, First Student area general manager. “We are committed to safety and excellent customer service, and we look forward to working with the district, students, parents and community for many years to come.”


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