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MAP 21: Understanding the New Federal Entry-Level Driver Training Rule  Management & Operations Presenter: Betty Hughes Description: Learn how to prepare for new mandates on entry-level driver training requirements, training provider registry and safety management system that go into effect on Feb. 7, 2020.


Emergency Lockdowns for the School Bus  Safety & Security Presenter: Daniel Sperry Description: What should bus drivers do if there is a dangerous person or active shooter near their bus? What should you do if someone is trying to get on your bus? Lockdowns are not limited to the classroom or just the responsibility of a teacher. School buses have unique needs and abilities when it comes to student protection. This class will discuss current safety and security practices that are suggested by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and various other school safety experts. Attendees will learn techniques to keep themselves and the students they are responsible for safe in a time of crisis.


12:30 P.M. Trade Show Lunch Served


12:30 – 5 P.M. STN EXPO Trade Show


5:30 – 7:30 P.M. Happy Hour Networking Reception | Terrace Lounge


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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 8 A.M. STN EXPO Closing General Session: Coffee’s On Us, Tips Are Appreciated Join conference staff in a focus group setting to debrief from the prior five days, provide feedback, and discuss takeaways that will help improve both the STN EXPO and your opera- tions at home.


9 A.M. STN EXPO Concludes


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