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Special Needs Roadeo Registration Now Open

We are excited to announce that registration is officially open for the 18th Annual National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo. Anyone can register for the Roadeo. The only prerequisite is the desire to improve one’s skills.

Co-presented by School Transportation News and the National Association for Pupil Transportation, the Roadeo is held in conjunction with the Transporting Students with Disabilities Conference, which takes place March 20-25, 2015, at the Embassy Suites in the Dallas suburb of Frisco, Texas. 

Roadeo teams consist of one (1) driver and one (1) attendant who pay a $100 registration fee. The fee provides training sessions before the Roadeo, lunch and dinner on the day of the Roadeo and two T-shirts.

Submissions are also being accepted for those who wish to volunteer for the Roadeo, either as a judge or other staff member.  

Click here for more information on the Roadeo, including registration forms, and sample documents registered teams can download to see the judging criteria for two of the Roadeo events. Please continue to visit the Roadeo page as we will continue to update it with more contest materials and information.  

We note that registration for the Roadeo and for the TSD Conference is separate. If attending TSD, make sure to take advantage of the Main Conference Early Bird pricing of $399, which is valid until January 30, and register todayClick here to see a schedule-at-a-glance for the more than three-dozen workshops the TSD Conference has to offer.

See you in Frisco, Texas!


18th Annual National Special Needs Team Safety Roadeo
March 21, 2015

TSD Conference
March 20-25, 2015
Embassy Suites Dallas-Frisco Hotel and Convention Center

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