Regina Shealy of Florida is presented with an award and recognized on social media for helping a student on her bus who became unresponsive.
The Tennessee driver gets all the students off the bus before the fire starts. An electrical problem with a cable near the battery is the cause of the fire, school administrators say.
Florida driver Dan Dunn and attendant Chris Dunn, who are husband and wife, are praised at a school board meeting and given an award for getting all 12 special-needs students off their bus safely after a crash.
Randy Kronick of Connecticut prevents the 9-year-old girl from crossing the street as he sees a speeding SUV run his stop arm.
The three New York drivers take quick action to prevent students from being hit by vehicles that pass their stopped buses and are honored by the school board and their union.
Parents call the driver and aide heroes for their actions during the 2015 incident. The driver drove to a safe place and gave information to a student who called 911, and the aide helped students as they waited for police to arrive.
The company presents awards in categories such as Safety, Customer, People, Community, and Excellence at a recent ceremony in London.
Ruben Mendoza fights off dogs that he sees attacking a 9-year-old boy while he is driving his after-school bus route. The California Highway Patrol gives him its School Bus Driver of the Year award.
Drivers and other school employees deliver water and filters to residents throughout the city, on their routes and on their own time, as a state of emergency over water contamination continues.
Four Durham School Services drivers stepped up to help after the mass shooting that killed 14 people on Dec. 2, shuttling survivors from the scene to designated safe areas.
Sammy Agunbiade of Houston, Texas, rushes the 30 students off the bus when he hears popping sounds and smells something strange. The bus explodes into flames as a second bus driver comes to take the students farther away from the bus.
When Alice Bradley saw a man and woman headed toward her bus and the man allegedly pointed a gun at her, she drove her car toward him and they ran away. The suspects were later arrested after pulling a gun on a deputy and said they would have started shooting teachers and students.
Alerted by students that one of their peers was in distress, Yvonne Wilson performed a one-handed Heimlich maneuver on the girl, dislodging a piece of hard candy from her throat.