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NAPT Explains Board Changes, Henry Becomes President

Keith Henry, director of transportation at Lee's Summit R-7 School District in Kansas City, officially took over as NAPT's new president at the conclusion of the Summit, following the sudden…
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 13:51

Maryland's Langley Begins Term as NASDPTS President

Leon Langley from the Maryland Department of Education officially took over as the state directors association president at the end of last week's NASDPTS Annual Meeting in Kansas City, as…
  • Last modified on Tuesday, 18 November 2014 13:49

Transportation Chief Talks Pedestrian Safety

You might not expect to hear teen slang like "YOLO" roll off the tongues of many state directors of pupil transportation, yet the term took on a whole new meaning…
  • Last modified on Tuesday, 30 December 2014 10:41

New NAPT Website Aimed at School Bus KPI's

The National Association for Pupil Transportation unveiled a new website in conjunction with the NAPT Summit in Kansas City that completes phase I of an initiative to help the student…
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Workshop Covers Homeless Student Transportation

During a session at the NAPT Annual Summit last week, Transportation Director Pete Meslin of the Newport-Mesa United School District in California presented potential options to help alleviate some challenges…
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Houston ISD Recognized for ‘Model’ Transportation

In recognition of recent innovative transportation initiatives, Houston Independent School District has been named a District of Distinction by District Administration magazine. The Transportation Department was lauded for programs meant…
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Loshbough Inducted Into NAPT Hall of Fame

Bill Loshbough became the latest inductee into the NAPT Hall of Fame during a closing general session at the NAPT Summit in Kansas City on Tuesday.
  • Last modified on Monday, 29 December 2014 09:21