SBF - Special Needs
February 5, 2018
Student With Autism Falls Asleep on School Bus, Misses Stop

The South Carolina driver doesn't initially realize that the girl is still aboard, but he brings her to school once he finds her, the district says.

Special-Needs Testing Program for School Bus Staff Boosts Confidence, Safety

Greenville County (S.C.) Schools’ Special Needs Physical Performance Test ensures that aides, as well as drivers, are capable of safely transporting special-needs students through measurable standards.

PHOTOS: Special-Needs Physical Testing Program

Greenville County (S.C.) Schools’ Special Needs Physical Performance Test is conducted every year to ensure that special-needs drivers and attendants have the skills and abilities required to do the job.

Q&A: Collins Bus Boss Sees More Analytics, Alt-Fuels Ahead

Matt Scheuler points to renewed interest in alternative fuels, including new electric school buses as well as propane and CNG. He also shares parents’ reactions to the new Collins Low-Floor bus.

Special-Needs Transportation Expert Pete Meslin to Join School Bus Consultants

As a consultant with the TransPar Group, Meslin says he will work to help school districts “serve students better and less expensively.”

Q’Straint Offers Training Webinar Series

The sessions provide guidance on securing bus passengers who use wheelchairs.

Stertil-Koni Staff Join in Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics

Employees and friends dive into the Chesapeake Bay as part of Maryland State Police’s fundraising event.

AMF-Bruns of America Adds Territory Account Manager

Todd Hawks joins the wheelchair and occupant securement supplier.

 
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