Nicole Portee of Denver Public Schools personifies industry leadership. Here she poses with several of the district’s school buses with the Mile High City skyline in the background.
See how districts are overcoming the driver shortage, and meet the 10 student transportation professionals who were chosen for this year’s Rising SuperStars feature.
Cheryl Dalton and Jeff Wainwright discuss their experiences with using tablets and how they are creating new opportunities for Saratoga Springs City School District bus operations in New York. The implementation process for and results of tablet use among other school bus technologies can exceed expectations.
Joel Mooneyham, assistant director of fleet services for Cypress Fairbanks Independent School District Transportation near Houston, leads the list of STN’s 3rd Annual Garage Stars profiles. He is this month’s cover person in a photo taken by Bryan Anderson at Beauty in Art, Houston. Also featured this month is coverage of the 25th annual STN EXPO in Reno, Nevada.
Meet the new Micro Bird G5 Electric, which is headed to a Canadian special needs contractor next month for the start of the coming school year.
The largest mural in the world, “Wyland Wall 33,” on the Long Beach Convention Center in Southern California, serves as the backdrop for this month’s photo of the concept IC Bus chargE all-electric school bus. It was one of many industry representatives at last month’s Advanced Clean Transportation EXPO.
Technology is providing school bus drivers with an entirely new view of the road, operations and student safety around the bus stop. Learn some of the different ways vendors and student transporters are better protecting students in the “Danger Zone.”
Photographer Vince Rios shot this month’s cover photo in front of the former Dallas County Schools headquarters, which the Dallas Independent School District purchased in February. The old DCS logo still hung above the entrance at the time of the shoot, but Rios used his Photoshop skills to digitally remove it. He said he just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to capture Dallas ISD Deputy Superintendent Scott Layne, left, and Executive Director of Transportation Kayne Smith with the U.S. and Texas flags in the background.