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Notable People


STN honors employees who have worked alongside the school bus industry and the affect they have on future employees and students. Sam Nigro (right) died on Aug. 21 after a battle with cancer. He was 86. Nigro left a lasting impression on the school bus market and an influence on his co-workers. Read about him at stnonline.com/go/c7. Meanwhile, school bus driver Dean Charlson was a favorite among generations of students in Vineland, New Jersey, including his recent supervisor, for over five decades. Read more about his experiences and his recent retirement at stnonline.com/go/c6.


Catch Up on Industry News


Curious to know about what’s going on with your favorite companies, or competitors? Read all about it in our Industry Releases section, stnonline.com/news/ industry-releases. Some articles to be on the lookout for include: • Township High School District 211 added 15 autogas-fueled buses to its fleet for the 2018- 2019 school year. The director of transportation for the school, Diana Mikelski, said it is one way to improve air quality around the school.


• Township High School District 211 is not the only organization that is going green. Superior Energy Systems is expanding the number of propane autogas refueling locations in Canada. By doing this, school districts will receive re- duced costs and the benefits of lower emissions from propane autogas.





Blue Bird announced a $50 million tender offer on capital stock that is designed to en- hance shareholder value.


• IC Bus recently completed its 11th year of four- day school bus technician training at its Tulsa, Oklahoma plant. The manufacturer said over 2,000 industry professionals have graduated since the program’s inception. Meanwhile, parent company Navistar announced a net income of $170 million for the third quarter, with revenues of $2.6 billion, which was an 18-percent increase over the same period last year.


• The Lion Electric Company named Nick Voisard as its new director of U.S. sales last month, while Navistar named Julie Ragland as its new senior vice president and chief information officer.


• The road show continued last month for the Thomas Built Buses Saf-T-Liner C2 Electric “Jouley” school bus, as parent company Daimler Trucks North America showed the prototype, along with two electric trucks, at IAA Commercial Vehicles 2018 in Hannover, Germany. Jouley is scheduled to go into limited production next year.


Registration Deal is Available Through Dec. 14 Visit tsdconference.com to register for $150 off the regular rate, reserve your hotel room, meet our keynote speakers and other presenters, and review our vendor listing. You can also register for special training sessions presented by NHTSA and the Pupil Transportation Safety Institute on March 15, then enter your driver-attendant team for the Roadeo Competition.


Special Reports Three states—New Jersey, Georgia and New York—recently passed bills updating their current school bus laws and regulations. Read about the changes and other recent legislation updates online at stnonline.com/go/laws.


Send Us Your Photos & Get Published! School Bus Safety Week is fast ap- proaching! How is your district or company observing the third full week in October? Send photos and information to claudia@stnonline.com for a chance to be featured at our website and in our various social media platforms. If you are attending the NAPT Summit


and NASDPTS Annual Conference in Kansas City and have a device that takes pictures, you could win a $250 gift card. STN is looking for photos captured by attendees of the different events that are taking place. Keep your eyes and ears open for what kind of daily images we are looking for. Then read our STN eNews Show Reporter Daily email to see if you won. Send your images to claudia@stnonline.com to be entered.


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