Article published in USA TODAY on November 27, 2013
School buses are the safest form of transportation for traveling to and from school. However, students face an increasing danger when entering and exiting the bus, which is why First Student is joining the National Association of Pupil Transportation (NAPT) in raising awareness for National School Bus Safety Week, October 21 to 25.
First Student, the nation's leader in student transportation, has named Laura Hansen to area general manager of the company's Alaska locations. Hansen works closely with local management teams and oversees operations for locations, financial results, safety and fleet and maintenance.
Published in Vandalia Drummer News on October 9
Published in The Tecumseh Herald on October 7
School Bus Fleet, October 2013 cover story
The National Safety Council has recognized four individuals with the highest honor it bestows on safety professionals. The Distinguished Service to Safety Awards are presented annually to individuals who have demonstrated a lifetime of outstanding service to the field of safety and health through their careers.
First Student, the nation's leader in student transportation, is holding a job fair Saturday, September 7, where the company will be taking applications from qualified applicants school bus drivers, monitors and technicians positions for its Arlington Heights, Spring Grove and Beechmont locations.
With the back-to-school season just beginning, First Student, the largest provider of student transportation services in North America, has partnered with the National Safety Council to share important safety information at nsc.org/back2school.
First Student, the nation's leader in student transportation, will be providing school transportation for Weatherford Independent Schools in Texas as part of a five-year contract agreement beginning with the 2013-2014 school year.
Weatherford Star-Telegram Posted Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013 By Mellissa Winn
News release from Lawrence Public Schools congratulating the Lawrence branch of First Student, USD 497's student transportation provider, on three safety awards, including Safest Location in North America.
First Student employees received high honors at the National School Transportation Association's (NSTA) Annual Awards Program held at the organization's 2013 meeting and convention in Tulsa on July 23.
17 First Student drivers have qualified to compete at the National School Transportation Association's (NSTA) Annual School Bus Driver International Safety Competition.
First Student, the nation's leader in student transportation, has named Jim Ring as area general manager of the company's Southern Illinois region. Ring brings tremendous knowledge of the student transportation industry as well as experience in the First Student organization.