Each year M.A.P.T presents a number of awards during its annual conference and trade show, including School Bus Driver (or Driver/Special Needs Attendant Team) of the Year; Administrator of the Year; and one or more Distinguished Service awards. Nominations must be submitted by MAY 1, 2015, and should be sent to the Chairman of the Awards Committee...
Dennis Robertson, Director of Transportation
Raytown C-2 School District
5920 Hardy Avenue
Raytown, MO 64133
Nomination forms can be downloaded by clicking on the links below.
Continuing Education Grants
M.A.P.T. recognizes the need to bring new ideas and fresh faces into the ranks of the people who so safely and efficiently transport Missouri's students. Each year, M.A.P.T. selects one or more individuals who have been identified by their supervisors and recommended as having the potential to assume a larger role in the future of pupil transportation in our state. These individuals are awarded a "scholarship" to attend our Annual Conference and Trade Show to network and to learn more about our industry. If you have an individual in your organization who has the potential and desire to advance in and contribute to the field of student transportation, and whom you feel could benefit from an outstanding learning opportunity, nominate him or her for a grant to attend the 50th Annual Conference and Trade Show. Nominations are due by MAY 1, 2015 and should be mailed to.....
Shirley Francis, Executive Director
Missouri Association for Pupil Transportation
6057 Gettysburg Estates Drive
St. Louis, MO 63129
SCHOOL BUS SAFETY POSTER CONTEST
The theme for the 2015 Safety Poster Contest is Bully Free Zone.
Please encourage the teachers in your school district to get their students involved in creating and submitting posters. The posters should depict the theme, and MUST containe the phrase "Bully Free Zone" on the face of the poster.
For complete rules for the poster contest, including who is eligible to enter, and an official entry form, click on the Rule Book below.
M.A.P.T. would like to thank the teachers who allow and encourage their students to participate. We sincerely appreciate that, in addition to working on their art skills, you help these students gain a greater understanding of school bus safety.