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A VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU


For those who attended this year’s TSD Conference, we hope you gained plenty of knowledge from the various workshops offered. To help us produce a better show for 2014, we encourage you to take our Workshop Evaluation Survey, which you can access from the TSD Website homepage at www.tsdconference.com. Each page lists the daily workshops from the conference. Please rate each workshop you attended and answer the few questions that follow. Your feedback is very important to us as we contin- ue our efforts to meet the needs of all attendees. We appreciate your time and thank you for attending this year’s conference. We hope to see you in Nashville for TSD 2014!


SAFETY TRAINING: THE FIRST 30 SECONDS In this month's Web Exclusive, Stephen


Satterly, director of transportation and safety for the Community School Corporation of Southern Hancock County in New Palestine, Ind., discusses how research-based training from a DVD called “Te First 30 Seconds” from non-profit organization Safe Havens International can help school bus drivers develop naturalistic decision-making skills and pattern-matching recognition when they encounter potential safety incidents. Learn more about the training, the research behind it and how it works.


STN EXPO: BLAST TO THE PAST


Register now as a main conference attendee for the 2013 STN EXPO at the standard rate of $199. In return you will receive access to over 40 workshops in addition to general sessions, keynote presentations, sponsored evening events and the trade show! Tere are also two pre-conference workshops available for an additional fee. As we are celebrating our 20th EXPO, we wanted to share some memories since our first show in 1994! Right above is a photo of our very first adver- tisement! While we continue to share our memorable moments, we would like to include yours, too. Send all of your STN EXPO photos from the past years to Diane O’Meara at diane@stnmedia.com and see them appear on our Facebook, website and magazine!


Remembering a Leader


in School Bus Safety Former Kentucky Transportation Secretary Milo


Free Webinar: Safe Routes


Last month, the Safe Routes to School National Partnership hosted a webinar that invited school-district transportation depart- ments to the table to discuss how yellow bus operations, student walking and biking programs can support one another. Read a report on this webinar and the tips provided to transportation in our Top Stories section at www.stnonline.com.


12 School Transportation News May 2013


D. Bryant was an advocate for safer school buses after the 1988 Carrollton, Ky., bus crash that killed 24 children and three adults. Te bus was an older model and did not have proper safety features. After this incident, Bryant was appointed to lead a bus-safety task force that recommended various safety features for new buses. Bryant worked hard to make both school buses and school children safer. To read about his accomplishments in safety along with some of the initiatives that never got the attention they deserved go to www.stnonline.com/go/ky.


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