SBF - Special Needs
September 12, 2016
School Bus Driver Accused of Leaving Special-Needs Student on Bus

Tiffeny Beatrice Avery of California is charged with one count of felony child abuse for allegedly leaving a preschool student alone on a bus for an hour.

Special-Needs Student Safe After Jumping Out of School Bus

In Texas, a 14-year-old boy unbuckles his seat belt, moves quickly to the front of the bus, and jumps off as the bus travels down a freeway. He is found safe walking down another freeway one hour later. 

North Carolina District Extends Contract With First Student

First Student will continue to provide special-education bus transportation for Guilford County Schools through the 2021 school year.

California Child-Check Alarm Bill Heads to Governor’s Desk

Lawmakers approve SB 1072, which would require school buses in the state to be equipped with child-check alarms. Gov. Jerry Brown has until Sept. 30 to act on the bill.

Solution Designed to Protect Wheelchair Riders in Rear-End Collisions

AMF-Bruns of America’s PROTEKTOR-System wheelchair and occupant restraints and FutureSafe head and backrest are created to stabilize passengers in wheelchairs in the event of a rear-end collision.

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