School transportation is an integral part of today's educational system. The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction takes a three-pronged approach to school transportation:
- Safety- The first and highest priority is the safe delivery of students to and from school. In North Dakota where transportation of school children is a fact of life, it becomes imperative that all possible safety precautions be applied.
- Bus Driver- The school bus driver is expected to be a fully qualified, trained, manager of students, and a representative of the school district.
- Reporting- Districts are responsible for reporting their bus driver training, as well as their Vehicle Inventory and Route information (in STARS) for proper State reimbursement.
|Workshops for Bus Driver Training|
|Co/Dist||School District Name||Date||Time||Location|
|36-001||Devils Lake Public Schools||8/20/19||10:30 am||
Devils Lake High School
|16-049||Carrington||9/11/19||6:00 pm||Carrington HS|
|50||Grafton||8/20/19||8:00 am||North Valley CTE, Grafton|
|53-002||Nesson (Ray)||8/19/2019||1:00 pm||Ray PS, Computer Lab|
|32-001||Dakota Prairie (McVille)||10/30/2019||6:30 pm||DP Elem, McVille|
|10||Langdon Area & Munich||09/25/2019||6:00 pm||Langdon Area, HS|
|03||Minnewauken, Leeds, Maddock, Oberon, Warwick, Four Winds||10/09/2019||6:30 pm||Maddock, HS|
|31-001||New Town||10/09/2019||6:00 pm||New Town HS|
|25-057||Drake & Anamoose||09/18/2019||6:30 pm||Drake HS|
|40||Dunseith, St. John, Mt. Pleasant, Belcourt, Rolette||10/09/2019||6:00 pm||Rolla City Hall|
|45-034||Richardton-Taylor||10/02/2019||6:00 pm||R-T Public School|