Tools for Schools
District administrators, principals and teachers: Click to read, print and download toolkit items including:
Best Practices for Communicating About School Transportation
As you are challenged to communicate critical information about school transportation to parents, district officials and other stakeholders, know that you are not alone. Use these best practices supplied by ASBC, representing a unified voice of the school transportation industry including public and private transportation providers, school bus manufacturers and state officials responsible for pupil transportation. Download the Benefits Media Kit at schoolbusfacts.com/benefits.
Auto Advice for Schools: School Bus Safety
Help students and parents learn the critical facts they need to know in keeping children safe around the bus and loading the bus. Download the safety media toolkit at schoolbusfacts.com/safety and distribute to parents and teachers.
Enter the National School Bus Safety Week Poster Contest for Next Year
21-2022 Theme: 1 Bus + 1 Driver = a BIG Impact on Education
Dates: Posters can be drawn anytime between August 16, 2021 – March 1, 2022
Thousands of school districts in over 40 states participate in local and state-level competitions to select artwork drawn by students that depicts school bus safety-related themes and encourages and promotes school bus safety.
National School Bus Safety Week and Next Year’s Poster Contest
Schools across the nation observe National School Bus Safety Week the third week of October. The 2021 October theme is “Be Safe – Know the Danger Zone.“
We also hope schools will encourage their students to participate in the 2021-22 National School Bus Safety Week Poster Contest.
- The 2021-22 National School Bus Safety Week Poster Contest theme is: 1 Bus + 1 Driver = a BIG Impact on Education.
- Posters can be drawn anytime between August 16, 2021 – March 1, 2022.
Complete guidelines: 2021-22 NATIONAL SCHOOL BUS SAFETY POSTER CONTEST RULES
Funded by a grant by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the American School Bus Council (ASBC) developed resources to help spread the word about school bus ridership. Check out the resources available to your school at www.schoolbusfacts.com.
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