STI Cares distributed approximately $70,000 in scholarship grants, over $50,000 in hardship grants, more than $20,000 in charitable donations, and participated in numerous fundraisers.
Take a look at these fascinating photo submissions from industry personnel and those from the Snapshots department in recent issues of School Bus Fleet.
Toby McGraw takes on the newly created role of senior vice president of sales. He will lead public and private partnership sales and account management.
The school bus company’s “Bully-Free Buses” campaign starts with Blue Shirt Day. Employees wear blue shirts as a symbol of unity taking a stance against student bullying.
The Florida driver transports the 17-year-old boy, who is shot in the chest near his bus stop, to a nearby fire station. The driver is credited with potentially saving the boy’s life.
Invited to address truck drivers and other staff at Intermountain Gas Co., an Idaho student transportation expert explains the importance of stopping for school buses.
After launching in Denver earlier this year, the app-based child transportation service broadens its coverage of California.
In Idaho, Bonnie See is recognized as Special Needs Driver of the Year, and Teri Woods is named Trainer of the Year. They are among award winners at the Idaho Association of Pupil Transportation conference.
Cascade Student Transportation earns an Outstanding Fleet Award based on state inspection results.
A group of investors purchases all outstanding shares of STI, the third-largest school bus operator in North America.
The purchase of STI by a group of investors, still subject to court approval, is expected to close around April 27.
Location managers for the school bus contractor nominated employees for the honor, which highlights safety performance as well as character.
The move marks HopSkipDrive’s first operation outside of California.