Home Event News California Association of School Transportation Officials 51st Annual Conference in Anaheim Event News California Association of School Transportation Officials 51st Annual Conference in Anaheim By David George April 19, 2019 Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin ReddIt Tumblr Digg Email Theresa Anderson, NAPT Region 5 Director, discussed the difficulties dealing with students using social media, during her April 13 presentation at the California Association of School Transportation Officials 51st Annual Conference in Anaheim. (Photos by David George.)The California Association of School Transportation Officials (CASTO) held its 51st Annual Conference in Anaheim on April 13-15, which attracted over 500 attendees. One of the more eye-opening presentations at the CASTO conference was by Carl Fong, chief technology officer for the Orange County Dept. of Education, who demonstrated how easy it is for thieves to steal personal data, such as with devices that acquire charge card numbers. Dozens of vendors exhibited their newest products during the annual CASTO conference in Anaheim. Stephanie Oliver, from the California Department of Education, discussed the Paul Lee Bill during her review of legal resources on April 13. Alex Robinson, MEd, CDPT, who directs the New York City Dept. of Education, and who used to work in Southern California, kept the audience rocking with her spirited presentation on operating their almost 10,000 bus fleet. Andrew Peters, with the California Dept. of Education, discussed effective vehicle control training in electric school buses, during his April 13 presentation in Anaheim. Scott Rea, from the San Mateo County Office of Education, discussed the finer points of stopping distances and reaction times for avoiding a crash, during his detailed presentation on Saturday. TagsCalifornia Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin ReddIt Tumblr Digg Email Previous articleVideo Spotlight: School Bus Tracking AppsNext articleCustomer Service: The Problem Isn’t Always the Problem RELATED ARTICLES Event News STN EXPO Reno Postponed Until Late August, Early September The COVID-19 health crisis has forced STN Media Group to move the dates of the STN EXPO Reno conference to Aug. 29 – Sept.... Read more Event News Mega-event Rescheduled for Fall to Combine TSD Conference, STN EXPO Indianapolis STN Media Group announced new dates for the Transporting Students with Disabilities & Special Needs (TSD) Conference and STN EXPO Indianapolis, which were postponed... Read more Event News TSD Conference Postponed Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak and evolving ramifications for student transporters nationwide, STN Media Group and School Transportation News has postponed the TSD... Read more Event News Q’STRAINT/Sure-Lok to Use TSD Conference Trade Show Game for Nonprofit Donations Wheelchair securement manufacturer Q’STRAINT/Sure-Lok announced a partnership with All Wheels Up, a nonprofit advocacy group that promotes airline wheelchair securement, on trade show promotions,... Read more Event News TSD Conference: On Your (Special Needs Student’s) Best Behavior Behavior challenges on board school buses are nothing new, but they certainly seem to be worsening in recent years. And that’s on general routes. School... Read more Event News TSD Conference to Highlight Fundamentals of Special Needs Transportation A special session planned for March 21 at the TSD Conference in Frisco, Texas, will provide attendees who transport students with disabilities and special... Read more Digital Editions Digital Editions May 2020 This month’s issue features articles about the coronavirus pandemic, the installation of lap/shoulder seatbelts, and mock casualty exercises, among... Read more Partner Updates Texas School District Joins FirstNet to Increase Student Safety, Security Using School Bus WiFi to Support Distance Learning busHive: Customizing School Field Trip Solutions For You Buyers Guide Digital Editions Buyer’s Guide 2020 Find the latest vehicle production data, state student ridership and budget reports, industry trends and contact information for state,... Read more Multimedia STN Podcast Episode 9 – Inspiring Your Team: Building a Positive Team Culture... Free Webinar: Effectively Manage Recorded School Bus Stop Arm Video STN Podcast Episode 8 – Back on the Road: Managing Student Transportation After... Poll Are Wi-Fi routers installed in your district’s or company’s school buses?YesNo516 votesVoteResultsBack to vote Advertisement Special Report Experts Warn Don’t Get Caught Flat-Footed with Routing When Schools Reopen Student Transporters Continue to Roll with Punches While Awaiting COVID-19 Direction It’s NOT Business as Usual Coronavirus Pay: What About the School Bus Drivers?