Isabel Lane of Wisconsin reaches her hand out to a frightened student on his first day of school after he boards the bus. A photo of the gesture taken by his mother is widely shared on social media.
Brad Penneau will work as the school bus operator’s vice president of safety.
Kobussen Buses Ltd. and Oshkosh Area School District donate the use of some of their propane school buses to transport attendees for the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture event.
Wausau (Wis.) School District and First Student work together to bring Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports to the school bus. Driver-student relationships improve considerably as well as communication between the district and bus company.
Minimizing idling, maximizing tires and fuel, and recycling some shop supplies are inexpensive green strategies that transportation departments can easily implement at their operations.
Ten-year-old Lillian Waldron, who, her mother says, is developmentally delayed and nonverbal, gets off the school bus crying after being bitten multiple times by another student on the bus.
Lurlean Hinton-Hodges, a school bus driver with Lakeside Bus in Wisconsin, receives the Milwaukee Superintendent’s Award for Excellence in Education for starting a reading program on her bus.
School districts and contractors across the U.S. celebrate pupil transporters with breakfasts, candy, prizes, awards, and visits from special guests.
School districts and contractors across the U.S. treated pupil transporters to breakfasts and presented awards. Special guests included dignitaries and mascots.
The sale of Johnson School Bus Service to the Canadian-based operator is expected to be completed by the end of February.
The Wisconsin-based school bus operator buys Cardinal Buses Inc.
Pupil transportation's commitment to raise awareness of trafficking is a good reminder of how connected drivers are to their communities, and how crucial they can be to stopping or even preventing these crimes.
The Wisconsin-based operator is using materials provided by Busing on the Lookout to train employees on identifying and reporting signs of human trafficking.