Management

Reminder: Nominate a Great Transportation Director

Nicole Schlosser
Posted on September 9, 2019
Last year's School Bus Fleet Administrator of the Year award went to Max Christensen, an executive officer for school transportation at the Iowa Department of Education.
Last year's School Bus Fleet Administrator of the Year award went to Max Christensen, an executive officer for school transportation at the Iowa Department of Education.

Do you know an exemplary school transportation director who deserves recognition for his or her efforts? If so, School Bus Fleet wants to hear from you.

We’re getting ready to select a recipient for our annual Administrator of the Year award, and we’re accepting nominations. Both district- and state-level directors are eligible.

Each year, we look for candidates who have made significant contributions to pupil transportation through their own departments as well as through state and national associations.

The deadline for nominations is Friday, Sept. 13. To submit a nomination, fill out the form below.

Related Topics: SBF Administrator of the Year

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