Special Needs Transportation

9 NAPT members earn special-needs endorsement

Posted on August 5, 2014
Victoria Creech of Orange County Public Schools was among the latest to complete the NAPT Special Needs Transportation program.

Victoria Creech of Orange County Public Schools was among the latest to complete the NAPT Special Needs Transportation program.

Nine school transportation professionals recently completed the National Association for Pupil Transportation (NAPT) Special Needs Transportation program.

The latest group to earn the special-needs endorsement is:

• Annette McLamb, routing specialist at Suffolk (Va.) Public Schools
• Jennifer McCron, dispatcher at Parkview Transit in Brampton, Ontario
• Will Rosa, director of transportation at Parkway School District in Chesterfield, Missouri
• Maggie Broerman, director of safety and training with Student Transportation of America in Carnegie, Pennsylvania
• Michelle Charbonneau, assistant to the transportation director at Jackson (Mo.) R-2 School District
• Cathy Scheer, training supervisor with Student Transportation of America in Riverside, California
• Kathleen Callon, director of transportation at East Irondequoit Central School District in Rochester, New York
• Wanda Cooper, head bus driver at East Irondequoit Central School District in Rochester, New York
• Victoria Creech, training representative at Orange County Public Schools in Orlando, Florida

NAPT's Special Needs Transportation program consists of a series of traditional classroom and hands-on training sessions specifically designed to test the skills and enhance the knowledge of those working with students with disabilities.

Related Topics: NAPT

Comments ( 3 )
  • Dave Weissman

     | about 3 years ago

    Thank each of your for taking the time to learn more about helping our special needs students across the U.S.

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