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Welcome to STN EXPO Reno

“The Biggest Little City in the World” once again is the center of the yellow school bus universe, at least for the coming week. After a couple of COVID-19 induced moved over the past 18 months. It’s our pleasure to welcome you back to STN EXPO Reno.

This year’s event looks a bit different than those in years past, with face masks, color-coded bracelets and additional cleaning in session rooms. Plus, we’ve streamlined the agenda to account for more social distancing and reduced number of attendees during a historic bus driver shortage. But rest assured, the content remains what you all have grown to know and love. It’s just that there is a little less of it as we prepare to get back onto our normal conference schedule in 2022.

In the meantime, we thank you for taking the time out of your extremely busy schedules, and to be away from your families, so close to the holidays, no less! We know it wasn’t easy for you, and we hope to reward your confidence in us with outstanding content and conversations as well as a fun time. If there is anything we can do to make your experience more enjoyable, we will do it. Simply let us know how we can be of service to the great men and women who provide such outstanding service to students across North America each and every school day. Let someone else take care of you for once!


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