Student Health Improved by Safe Routes to School

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's new Health in Five Years or Hi-5 (high-five), highlights a list of non-clinical community wide approaches with a proven track record. A current example of how state and local level organizations have implemented a Hi-5 program is the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program.

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NAPT Keynote Discovers the Fortune in Misfortune

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Dealing with adversity was at the heart of the two general sessions during the third day of the NAPT Summit on Sunday, both speakers sharing insight in how to overcome hardship.

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Dallas County Schools Announces 2017 Safety Summit

Dallas County Schools, which provides transportation service to 14 local school districts and has one of the largest fleets of school buses in the nation, will hold its inaugural Safety Summit in January.

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‘Bus in the Classroom’ Wins Calif. School Boards Award

Newport-Mesa Unified School District won Golden Bell Award from the California School Boards Association (CSBA) for the “Bus in the Classroom” program that utilizes transportation employees to teach school bus safety and life skills to students with disabilities.

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