The nationwide tour uses interactive activities to teach safe school bus riding basics to elementary school students and their parents.
Winners of the association’s 2017 honors include Barry Stock of Landmark Student Transportation, Kyle Martin of TransPar, and Manuel Vasquez of First Student.
To receive ASE's Blue Seal of Excellence, 75% of the service technicians at a location must be certified by ASE. In addition, there must be a certified technician in each area of service offered.
The $110 million contract will see Bridgestone supplying tires to more than 60,000 of FirstGroup’s buses and coaches in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.
The Alaska Head Start Association names Jasmine Dirkes its 2016 Bus Driver of the Year for her commitment to the Head Start program. She also serves as operations supervisor.
For the fifth straight year, the school bus contractor’s Adrian location achieves a 100% pass rate on its inspection by Michigan State Police.
The latest winning entry comes from second grader Ruby Boula of Temescal Valley Elementary School. The bus company awards her school $1,000 for classroom supplies.
To become Blue Seal certified, at least 75% of technicians performing diagnosis and repairs at the location must be ASE certified.
With arctic temperatures gripping much of the country and the long-term forecast calling for ice and snow, First Student is sharing winter safety tips for parents, students, and drivers.
The latest winning entry comes from fourth grader Ruth Brooks of Olathe Public Schools. The bus company awards her school $1,000 to put toward classroom supplies.
The school bus company shares “’Twas the Night Before Break,” which was written by a staff member, with all of its school district partners, which totals around 1,200 contracts.
The school bus contractor’s Ogden operation achieves 100% on its two Utah Highway Patrol inspections for 2016.
The potential strikes had threatened to impact thousands of students in the two cities. In both cases, the transportation companies reach tentative agreements with the driver unions.