With the coming of “roadeo” season, we spotlight drivers who have taken part in the School Bus Driver International Safety Competition. First up is nine-time winner Larry Hannon Sr.
An event at the Governor’s Residence highlights school bus safety issues and recognizes winners of the state’s poster contest and safety competition.
NSTA will host the School Bus Driver International Safety Competition at Thomas Built Buses’ headquarters on Sunday.
Shanon O’Brien of Krapf Bus takes first in the conventional bus category, while Philip Adam Jr. of Rohrer Bus wins the transit category.
The Colorado State Pupil Transportation Association holds its technician contest and school bus roadeo, with the top competitors advancing to nationals.
More than 90 school bus drivers from across the state will display their skills in such areas as bus inspection, height judgment, and curb line parking.
A total of 100 bus drivers and attendants, representing over 35 school corporations statewide, take part in the School Transportation Association of Indiana’s annual competition.
Cherie Daniels and Chris Lowery from Frisco Independent School District take first place in this year’s National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo.
A commemorative logo is unveiled for the 40th anniversary of the Pennsylvania competition, which will bring together the state’s top school bus drivers in June.
NSTA, which hosts the annual event, announces rule changes that will go into effect for the 2016 competition in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Harold Girardat, whose company has been transporting students since 1949, is honored for his contributions to the Pennsylvania School Bus Association.
Two drivers from a West Virginia district take the top spots in the conventional and small bus categories, while a California contestant comes in first in the transit category.
Lori Partee and Sandy James, both special-needs bus drivers for Henry County (Ga.) Schools, advance to next year’s National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo.