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CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS


Saturday, October 2 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. NHTSA Hands-On Training (5.5 CEUs) Off-site at SafeGuard/IMMI Campus (Transportation and Lunch provided)


8 a.m. – 6 p.m. TD Summit Day 2 + Reception Off-site at Topgolf Fisher (Transportation and Lunch provided)


Sunday, October 3 9 – 10 a.m. Sunday Morning Service


10:30 – 11:45 a.m. Keynote with Tim Gard “Laughter Becomes You!”


1 – 2:15 p.m. General Session: The Effect of Adverse Childhood Experiences on the School Bus Ride Presenter: Lori Desautels, Ph.D. Cultures and climates are set on school buses each day. But onboard child behavior can be rooted in prior trauma, especially for students with disabilities. Learn the science behind adverse childhood experiences, or ACEs, as well as strategies that school bus drivers can employ to curb behavior issues so they can become their students’ best advocates.


2:30 p.m.


Obtaining Grant Funds to Purchase Clean Energy Vehicles & Equipment Facilitator: Ryan Lisek, South Shore Clean Cities Panelists: Janet Petrisin, MSD Wayne & Amy Rosa, Wa- Nee Community School Corp. (Indiana) The amount of money at the state and federal levels for clean school buses has never been greater. While much of the recent attention has been paid to electric


school buses, propane and renewable fuels remain a big priority. Hear from districts with experience obtaining grant funds to pay for or offset the cost of implementing clean emissions into their fleets.


Managing the ROI of School Bus Technology Facilitator: Derek Graham, DGraham Consulting Panelists: Zachariah McKinney, Hamilton Southeastern Schools (Indiana) & Nathan Oliver, Monroe County School Corporation (Indiana) Implementing technology on and for school buses requires much planning and goalsetting. But how do you know if and when you meet your objectives?


4 p.m. The Impact of Fuel Choice on Maintenance Operations Facilitator: Denny Coughlin, School Bus Training Company Panelists: Alan Fidler, MSD Lawrence (Indiana) & Jason Johnson, Horseheads Central School District / Elmira Heights Central School District (New York) Diesel remains the leading fuel choice in the school bus market, but the margin is narrowing. The reemergence of gasoline Type C school buses and the growth of propane have eaten into diesel market share primarily due to reduced maintenance. School districts are increasingly selecting gasoline or propane because they can reduce upfront and long-term maintenance and operation costs. School district fleet representatives will discuss their experiences with these three different types of fuels.


The Puzzle Pieces Needed to Manage School Bus Driver Shortages Facilitator: Ryan Hahn, Strategic School Consultants Panelists: Benjamin Bernhart, Exeter School District (Pennsylvania); Joshua Hinerman, Robertson County Schools (Tennessee); Amy Rosa, Wa-Nee Community School Corporation (Indiana) Learn about potential solutions employed at and by school districts to increase employee retention and attract more


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