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Editor's Picks 2018: Videos of the Year

Posted on December 18, 2018

A video about the career of special-needs school bus driver Karen Sweet was one of the standout videos posted on SBF's website in 2018.
A video about the career of special-needs school bus driver Karen Sweet was one of the standout videos posted on SBF's website in 2018.
A career spotlight on one special-needs school bus driver and second graders teaching school bus safety were a couple of School Bus Fleet’s web highlights in 2018. Here are details on these two popular videos.

A Day in the Life of a Special-Needs School Bus Driver
KVIE shared this snapshot of the career of Karen Sweet, a California driver who transports special-needs students. Sweet talks about the bond she has developed with the students and with their families over the last 29 years. Watch the video here.

Kentucky Students Teach School Bus Safety
Second-grade students researched, scripted, recorded, and edited a video on school bus safety, and created an accompanying school curriculum. The video and curriculum won a state championship. Watch the video here.

Related Topics: California, Kentucky, school bus crash, school site safety, special needs, Year in Review

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