Supervisor of Transportation
Before-Labor Day Bus Routes
FINDING YOUR CHILD'S BUS
Want to know where your child's bus is? This school year the answer is at your fingertips! The District is implementing the Edulog Parent Portal, a self-service app that allows you to track your child’s assigned transportation from their school. Track in real-time your child’s bus’s position as well as configuring notifications to alert you when your child’s bus is nearing pickup or drop-off.
The Edulog Parent Portal is now available to parents and students. Parents/Guardians can use the app to get started today! Your student's id number along with their date of birth is needed to register.
For any student not attending a SDHT school, parents/guardians can complete a request on the transportation website for a login.
Edulog’s Parent Portal is a self-service app that allows you to track your child’s assigned transportation from their school. Know what routes and vehicles have been assigned to your child, complete with planned pickup and drop-off locations and times. Track in real time your child’s bus’s position. Configure notifications to alert you when your child’s bus is nearing pickup or drop-off.
Congratulations to Jim O’Toole for placing 1st in the 43rd Annual (PA) State School Bus Driver Safety Competition. Jim will represent Pennsylvania at the International School Bus Safety Competition being held on July 21 in Austin, Texas, this will be his second time. Sharon Neigh and Paul Schmeltzer placed in the top 10!
Harrisburg, PA – School bus drivers from across Pennsylvania arrived in State College for the 43rd Annual State School Bus Driver Safety Competition. The competition was held on June 21 and 22 was held on the grounds of the Mount Nittany Elementary and Middle School. The total number of drivers in this year’s competition reached 95 with 84 in the conventional category and 11 driving in the transit division. Drivers and competition judges arrived on Friday evening for an orientation and the written examination which was developed for the competition by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. On Saturday morning, the drivers competed in the skills portion of the competition which included a physical and verbal bus inspection; height judgement; diminishing clearance; simulated bus stop; railroad crossings; backing up; and curb line parking. See more here.
Why do drivers pass stopped school buses? In this clever PSA from Northampton, Massachusetts, kids play the role of stop-arm runner and recite the many lame excuses that police have heard.