San Antonio Independent School District wins first place for a medal it designed for an annual celebration of the city.
As part of this year’s campaign, ASBC will award gift cards to the top social media posts that highlight Love the Bus celebrations.
According to NAPT's executive director, if, as Giorgio Armani once said, “Jeans represent democracy in fashion,” then school buses are their educational equivalent.
Carroll Bailey of Greenville County (S.C.) Schools dons a Santa suit and hands out holiday treats as he delivers kids to school.
Harrisonville, Missouri, Mayor Brian Hasek says he was enlightened “about all the work that goes into getting our students to school safely.”
The state directors’ annual gathering also addresses the use of tablets and GPS units for school bus drivers.
Ottumwa, Iowa, Mayor Tom X. Lazio says that the company “has a very strong focus on safely transporting the students” of the city.
More than 500 backpacks filled with school supplies were distributed to students at Hillsborough County Public Schools’ transportation event.
A recent visit to a Southern California school district revealed the pride that the transportation team takes in their work, their fleet, and their facility.
New York Association for Pupil Transportation members cite a variety of summer tasks, from recruiting new school bus drivers to finalizing routes.
A Durham tour in Iowa and a Calhoun County open house in Alabama are great examples of public awareness initiatives that promote the value of pupil transportation.
The nationwide tour uses interactive activities to teach safe school bus riding basics to elementary school students and their parents.
Queen Creek Unified School District hosts the event to share more information with the public in its transportation building, recently named for longtime director Edd Hennerley.