At San Antonio ISD, more than 350 transportation employees take part in two days of training, including a “Family Feud” session with safety questions.
The nationwide tour uses interactive activities to teach safe school bus riding basics to elementary school students and their parents.
Across the state, 51 roadside signs show a stop arm with the message "It's not JUST a stop sign, it's a child's life."
Shenendehowa Central School District’s safety refresher covers such issues as hazard communication, transporting special-needs students, and how to prevent dragging incidents.
Hillsborough County Public Schools’ back-to-school training event covers such topics as customer service and “How Not to Be Confined by Your Title.”
The event will feature demonstrations on school bus safety, pedestrian and bicycle safety, and child safety seats to help families prepare for the new school year.
The Kansas State Department of Education informs the public about how to keep kids safe as they make their way to and from school buses.
The nationwide tour uses interactive activities to teach safe bus riding basics to elementary school students and their parents.
As troopers inspect buses in the six-county Putnamville region, one school district passes with a 100% initial approval rating.
About 45 billboards are posted across the state, featuring an extended stop arm on the side of a school bus with the words, “It’s not JUST a stop sign, it’s a child’s life.”
The Georgia Department of Education urges motorists to use caution when approaching school buses and to brush up on school bus safety rules.
A lack of clear leadership, a “culture of distrust” and inadequate staffing factored into the district’s school transportation meltdown this fall, an attorney finds.
The New York Association for Pupil Transportation joined the AAA Hudson Valley in a press event to enhance school bus safety awareness among motorists as the back-to-school season starts.