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Inside COVER STORY


APRIL 2020 Volume 30 Issue 04


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‘We’ Win Meet the Superintendent of the Year, Dr. Gustavo Balderas at Eugene School District 4J in Oregon, who leads


with a team-first approach to educating and transporting students. FEATURE STORIES Family 30 44


Illegal Passing Isn’t Slowing Down Districts across the nation are taking extra precautions to


keep their students safe from distracted drivers who are ignoring school bus stops. What are you doing to combat the epidemic?


4 School Transportation News • APRIL 2020 26


Strong Contractor J.P McCarthy & Sons and dealer Leonard Bus Sales discuss the ever-changing family dynamic of running a business, amid increasing consolidations of medium- and smaller-sized companies.


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What Do You Do? School transportation departments


needs to be involved in crisis planning at school districts. Especially, if an emergency was to ever happen involving students on or around a school bus.


Q&A with


Paul Osland Nine months into his term as the president of First Student, Osland discusses the current and future status of North America’s largest school bus contractor.


PHOTO CREDIT: JAN (HORNE) NORRIS


PHOTO CREDIT: AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS


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