Take a look at these fascinating photo submissions from industry personnel and those from the Snapshots department in recent issues of School Bus Fleet.
Darlene Campbell of Georgia earns the HERO award from the Henry County (Ga.) Board of Education for helping a student on her bus who was reportedly having a bad seizure.
Tammy Cummings, a bus driver and safety trainer for Greenville County (S.C.) Schools, is the winner of the first AMF-Bruns National Special-Needs School Bus Driver Of The Year Award.
America’s Best competition winners and other student transportation professionals are recognized for training contributions. A student is honored for stepping in when his bus driver had a medical emergency.
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.
The awards recognize employees who best demonstrate the company’s core values in the categories of Safety, Customer, People, Community, and Excellence.
Awards are presented to America’s Best competition winners and to other student transportation professionals for heroism, and their work with special-needs students and in continuing education.
The following honors will be presented at the NAPT’s Awards Banquet and Recognition Breakfast, held on Oct. 30 and 31, respectively, in Austin, Texas.
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