America’s Best competition winners and other student transportation professionals are recognized for training contributions. A student is honored for stepping in when his bus driver had a medical emergency.
A Colorado transportation director discusses with attendees the key leadership skills for keeping drivers on board.
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As the National Association of State Directors of Pupil Transportation Services (NASDPTS) celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018, here’s a look back at past and present state directors.
The pupil transportation community is primarily concerned with school buses. But there are circumstances when non-yellow buses come into play in the transportation of students.
Workshops will cover such topics as school choice, employee retention, and school shootings. A live-action event will demonstrate school bus fires and evacuations.
In Idaho, Bonnie See is recognized as Special Needs Driver of the Year, and Teri Woods is named Trainer of the Year. They are among award winners at the Idaho Association of Pupil Transportation conference.
The association recognizes top contestants in the 2018 School Bus Driver International Safety Competition and presents awards to contractors for outstanding service.
School Bus Fleet ConneX, slated for April 1 to 3 in Miami, will feature roundtable discussions, one-on-one meetings with suppliers, and networking activities.
The state superintendent presents Georgia’s first Pupil Transportation Safety Awards to eight school districts of various sizes.
The Wisconsin School Bus Association awards seven drivers and three mechanics for excellence in their profession. Some have more than 50 years of service.
Lap-shoulder belts, NTSB investigations, and rideshare services for students were among the issues discussed at the Oregon Pupil Transportation Association’s 2018 gathering in Eugene. See SBF’s pics from the event here.
The New York State Head Mechanics Association’s Summer Seminar will take place on July 25 in Syracuse and includes training classes and opportunities to meet with suppliers.