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FirstACTS®


:


Student Ridership Conduct Tracking System


The ride from home to school and back again is an important part of a student’s day. While


administrators and transportation personnel try to minimize incidents, sometimes they occur. FirstACTS®


(Active Conduct Tracking System)


is a web-based tool that easily and effi ciently reports and tracks student behavior concerns on the school bus. We connect drivers, transportation providers and school administrators, enhancing our communities’ ongoing efforts to keep your children safe each and every day.


• Connect: Easily document, communicate, and escalate issues to the right people


FirstACTS helps eliminate tedious and time-consuming tasks of completing, delivering, fi ling and tracking paper documents. Our streamlined, cloud based incident reporting application gives school administrators and school bus drivers the confi dence that issues will be addressed promptly.


• Customize: Implemented to deliver what your district needs


FirstACTS is a fl exible tool confi gured to meet the specifi c needs of your school district. The application can be easily adapted to your work fl ow and interfaces with your student information system.


• Control: Safe, secure, workfl ow access to critical information and updates


FirstACTS allows administrators to identify appropriate personnel to receive incident notifi cations and reports. Student incident histories can be easily searched to quickly identify trends for prompt action before problems become more severe.


For more information, email us at FirstTransportationSolutions@fi rstgroup.com.


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