The fleet safety solutions supplier awards a total of $50,000 to help prevent bullying and promote kindness initiatives.
The company will award a total of $50,000 to people working with students to start or to sustain existing programs to end bullying in their communities. The grant application deadline is April 23.
Cuomo’s 2018 agenda includes initiatives to address illegal passing, replacement of old buses, and bullying.
Winning entries come from students in British Columbia, Alberta, Oregon, and Tennessee, for the coloring contest as well as for the new poster contest.
Vallo Transportation's campaign includes a presentation with a youth motivational speaker and distribution of thousands of bookmarks and wristbands.
Colton Joint Unified School District rolls out a message of kindness, inclusion, and acceptance to its students and community on one of its school buses for the second year in a row.
The safety solutions supplier promotes partner Be Strong’s bullying prevention documentary, which will be broadcast online.
The school bus company’s “Bully-Free Buses” campaign starts with Blue Shirt Day. Employees wear blue shirts in a show of solidarity against bullying.
The partnership between Safe Fleet and student-led organization Be Strong aims to stop bullying.
Students can submit entries to the company’s annual United Against Bullying Coloring Contest to win prizes to help their schools spread kindness. A poster contest is included for older students this year.
The company selects 35 school districts and community organizations to receive United Against Bullying Grant funding this year, with awards ranging from $100 to $3,500.
Incidents of election-related bullying in schools have been widely reported. Is an increase in training on behavior management on the bus needed in response?
Behavior on the bus, autism, and bullying prevention are among the topics covered in an OPTA training event.