Judy Scott of Illinois is able to pull the bus over and apply the bus's emergency brake after it loses power when she hits a bump while driving.
Samantha Call is seen on video grabbing the student by his jacket as a vehicle speeds past the stopped bus.
Tracy Peoples of Ohio and the students on her bus provide police the information needed to arrest the motorist.
When a pickup truck enters her lane of travel, Danielle Kennedy of Michigan honks her horn, swerves in a split second, and avoids impact. Twenty-five students are aboard at the time.
Salena Torres is given the North Region School Bus Driver of the Year award by the California Highway Patrol and the California Department of Education for the November incident.
Lyle Silbernagle of Minnesota spots the boy alone at a street corner wearing only a diaper. He wraps the boy in his coat, brings him into the van and turns on the heat, and calls police.
Douglas County School District deploys buses and drivers to transport motorists who are stuck on highways to shelters.
Helen Johnson of Michigan is recognized by her company and the district she serves for checking on the student’s grandmother, who had fallen, and for staying until medical help arrived.
Rose Marie Walker recognizes Educational Bus Transportation driver Titus Francis for his actions while driving for a field trip.
The five West Virginia drivers and a school nurse receive certificates from their county board of education for tending to three motorists whose car hydroplaned and rolled over.
Gov. Mark Dayton proclaimed Feb. 28 as the second School Bus Driver Appreciation Day in the state. Drivers were acknowledged at school districts statewide and at a press conference.
Regina Shealy of Florida is presented with an award and recognized on social media for helping a student on her bus who became unresponsive.
The Tennessee driver gets all the students off the bus before the fire starts. An electrical problem with a cable near the battery is the cause of the fire, school administrators say.