Dallas County Schools, which has faced financial hurdles and controversy in recent years, is ending operations after voters chose on Nov. 7 to shut it down.
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD’s fifth transportation facility provides needed space for office staff, training, maintenance, and parking for 250 school buses.
Whether it’s a natural disaster or some other crisis, you never know when your school buses might need to come to the rescue.
Check out these shots of Texas school bus teams in action as they transport Houston-area residents — along with food and supplies — to storm shelters.
Frisco Independent School District needs about 30 more bus drivers and sometimes exceeds its policy of 54 high school students per bus.
New Caney ISD evacuated more than 1,000 people, many of whom were in wheelchairs.
In southeastern Texas, school bus drivers and staff help move evacuees to shelters amid the devastating storm and floodwaters.
Gary Lindsey takes over the position at Dallas County Schools as Leatha Mullins retires.
Dallas (Texas) County Schools cuts its driver shortage from 94 to 28 for back-to-school season and contributes buses and drivers to local evacuation efforts.
Seven San Antonio ISD buses are equipped with Wi-Fi routers and other equipment, enabling students to download books from an all-digital library.
At San Antonio ISD, more than 350 transportation employees take part in two days of training, including a “Family Feud” session with safety questions.
To promote summer reading, San Antonio ISD’s drivers pass out more than 1,700 books to about 600 students who are attending summer school.
The San Antonio ISD wins a Bronze Telly for the spot, in which an animated trainer teaches students how to safely ride the bus.