Special Needs

How School Bus Drivers Can Protect Disabled Children from Bullying

Children with disabilities, like cerebral palsy, are more likely than other kids to be victims of bullying. The school bus is a place where these children are especially vulnerable. School transportation workers have an important role to play in keeping kids safe every day, and that extends to protecting the vulnerable from bullying. Along with teachers, administrators and parents, bus drivers can contribute to preventing harmful bullying. 

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Updated TSD Conference Overview Online Features Workshop Details

Our updated 8-page TSD Conference overview will be in the January issue of School Transportation News! In the meantime, check out the new conference overview here on the conference website. The overview offers the latest details on the conference workshops, as well as our keynote speakers, our trade show sneak peek reception and the trade show!

Be sure to also take advantage of our Early Bird rate and save $100 off the standard registration price. Valid through February 2.

Are you already registered? Then click here for information on how to book your room at the Embassy Suites Dallas-Frisco.

Interested in the roadeo competition? Find more information here.

We'll see you in Frisco!

TSD Roadeo Team Registration Now Open

We’ve officially launched registration for the 2018 TSD Roadeo competition! The Roadeo will take place Saturday, March 10, 2018, at Frisco ISD, held in conjunction with the TSD Conference & Trade Show. This friendly competition welcomes contestants from across the United States. The entry fee is $100.

Learn more about the Roadeo competition, and then register your team here. Good luck!