Saturday, October 24, 2020
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School Districts, Families Impacted by Colorado Wildfires

Once again, just as the 2020-2021 school year gears up and schools start to open for in-person education, unforeseen conditions stand as a barrier...

Colorado School District Likely to Cut Transportation Services by 90 Percent 

Poudre School District announced that current social distancing guidelines would restrict transportation to only 10 percent of the 14,000 students who normally ride the...

Returning to ‘Normal’ Requires Thinking, School Bus Service to Evolve

I would like to share a thought from a good friend, Andrew Scott, director of operations for AAA Barricade, a traffic control company that...

Colorado Districts Piece Together COVID-19 Puzzle for New School Year

As summer approaches, directors have their end-of-school routines in place. Normally, they transport their last group of students and then send their bus drivers...

‘Dave Hartzell Speaks Out for His People’ in School Bus Industry

Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series focusing on people who have been in the school bus industry at least 10 years...

Transitional Leadership in Colorado and Your Menu for School Bus Success

Last summer, I finished my first six months as the newly appointed director of transportation for Cherry Creek School District in Colorado. It was...

Theresa Anderson Strives to Break Barriers in Student Education, Transportation Training

Editor’s Note: This profile is part of an ongoing series on women who have made a significant impact on the school transportation industry. During her...

STN Transportation Director of the Year Keeps Focused on Family

Greg Jackson is known across Colorado for his relationship-based leadership style, which gives his district a family-friendly feel. Family is a common theme across...

Colorado Focuses on School Bus Security Efforts, Including Anti-Terrorism Training

Amid a new bill designed to make children feel safer at school, the Child Safety Network (CSN) is working with the Transportation Security Administration...

No Criminal Charges Filed in Denver School Bus Altercation

The Denver district attorney has refused to file criminal charges in response to a physical altercation between two Denver Public School (DPS) school bus...

October 2020

This month’s issue features articles on this year’s ‘Rising Stars’ as well as articles on tablets, grants, and more. Read...

Buyer’s Guide 2020

Find the latest vehicle production data, state student ridership and budget reports, industry trends and contact information for state,...

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