The Transportation Conference is moving its professional development offering to live virtual webinars fondly called “Transportation: Tidbits”. WASBO believes information related to student transportation is important and along with the Transportation Committee are moving this learning opportunity to a new format. Areas of transportation may not be your primary job role however it is an essential function of the school district. As a WASBO member benefit the webinars will be free to you. A variety of topics covering operations and management are being planned. .
We hope you will join us on Tuesday, December 6 for our second webinar of the year!
Going the Extra Mile: Bringing Student Transportation In House
With increased costs and driver shortages, the New Holstein School District embarked on the long term journey of purchasing its own school bus fleet. Is this something that your district has considered? Hear the facts, the challenges and the benefits, of transferring this school district's transportation from a private contractor to in-house.
David Ziegelbauer, New Holstein School District
Transportation Contract Basics
Join us for a discussion on basic terms "driving" transportation contracts and how those terms can provide a smooth "road" for your district.
- Andy Phillips, Attolles Law, s.c.
- Chrissy Hamiel, Attolles Law, s.c.
Q&A and Discussion
encourage you to take advantage of this live webinar. Registration is free to WASBO Members as part of their membership benefits! The webinar recording will be shared with all registrants after the webinar.
Managers, Transportation Coordinators, Superintendents, Contractors and anyone with any responsibility for student transportation & reporting should plan to join us for this webinar!
By completing the registration below, you will receive a webinar link from WASBO prior to December 6.
SAVE THE DATES! Registration coming soon!
Upcoming Virtual Transportation Tidbits:
- Wednesday, February 15, 2022
- Tuesday, April 18, 2022
Do you have a topic you'd like to see offered? Please provide us with your ideas!