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Experts Share How to Prevent Spread of Disease in Schools, Buses PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Fisher   

Illness-web1For months, Americans have seen images of Ebola patients in Africa on the news, but now there are two cases on our soil, one in Nebraska and one in Texas. The latter case is considered more troubling because last week the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and officials in Texas determined the ill person had direct contact with up to 80 people — including five schoolchildren.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 07:48
Rx for Bullying: Positive Behavior Programs That Build Trust and Support PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michelle Fisher   

Summitview-bus2Though headlines have blared about violence on the yellow bus just weeks into the new school year, school officials affirm that anti-bullying programs are making a difference for students across the nation.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 15:25
Why Key Performance Indicators Need to Be Applied to a School Bus Operation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert T. Pudlewski   

mechanicsSuccessful school bus district and contractor operations supervisors, safety supervisors and maintenance supervisors are heavily involved in setting specific targets for key performance indicators (KPIs) most closely tied to regulatory requirements, local work environment, fleet characteristics and driver performance. 

Last Updated on Monday, 04 August 2014 13:46
Bus Roadeo Champion Remains Humble Amid Record Wins PDF Print E-mail
Written by Jeanette Reveles   

larryhannonstnLarry Hannon of Warminster, Pa., might just be the best school bus driver ever. He is the winner of a record eight National School Transportation Association (NSTA) International Safety Competitions, or “roadeos.”

Last Updated on Tuesday, 01 July 2014 13:34
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