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|Purpose: The Kentucky Association for Pupil
Transportation (KAPT) was established in 1978. KAPT membership represents
all 120 counties in the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
The purpose of KAPT is to provide leadership,
assistance, training, and mentorship to all entities within the Pupil Transportation of Kentucky.
Our goals are to provide safe, efficient, economic transportation to all the students in Kentucky.
Contact the President - Brian Talley
2014 KAPT SUMMER LEADERSHIP SEMINAR AND STATE UPDATES
Holiday Inn University Plaza
June 15 - June 18, 2014
1021 Wilkinson Place
Bowling Green, KY 42103
The Kentucky Association for Pupil Transportation is pleased to announce the 24th Annual Leadership Seminar
for Pupil Transportation Directors, Driver Trainers, Other Personnel, Mechanics, and Mechanic Supervisors. The seminar is scheduled for June 15-18, 2014 at the
Holiday Inn University Plaza Hotel - Bowling Green.
This seminar is designed for all types of pupil transportation personnel who desire a higher level of effectiveness in their
area of responsibility.
More information will be coming soon!
The Kentucky Department of Transportation, CDL Section has a new fax number exclusively for school bus drivers to use when sending
in the Medical and Self Certifications.
The new fax number is 502-696-3932.
The information may also be scanned and emailed to KYTC.CDLSCHOOLBUS@ky.gov.
This fax number and email address is for school bus drivers only.
The Kentucky Association for Pupil Transportation is pleased
to announce the winners of the 2012 State Bus Rod-E-O.
Congratulations to the following:
Small Bus Winners
1st Place: Richard Hall, Floyd County
2nd Place: Denise Magard, Hardin County
3rd Place: Phillip Caudill, Floyd County
4th Place: Joe Priddy, Hardin County
Transit Bus Winners
1st Place: Richie Foit, Pike County
2nd Place: Dana Clark, Madison County
3rd Place: Cecil Hardin, Shelby County
4th Place: Anthony Bolden, Floyd County
Conventional Bus Winners
1st Place: Wes Garrett, Shelby County
2nd Place: Dallas Conn, Floyd County
3rd Place: Doug Brewster, Kenton County
4th Place: Jennifer McCoy, Hardin County
KAPT New Directors Mentoring Program
The Kentucky Association of
Pupil Transportation would like to make you aware of a service we are
offering to new transportation directors across the state. KAPT has
developed a mentoring program that is available free of charge to
directors who need assistance or guidance with their roles and
responsibilities. This service is available regardless of whether the
director is a member of our organization, although s/he will certainly be
welcome to join in order to take full advantage of all of KAPT's benefits.
Superintendents and/or Transportation Directors may contact me to request
being partnered with a mentor who will serve as a resource for information
and will be available to share his/her experience and expertise in the
many areas of transportation responsibility. There is no expense involved
unless your director would like to travel to another district, in which
case we will make arrangements for your director to visit a district with
similar situations, resources etc. Again, there is no obligation to join
KAPT, although we hope this offer demonstrates our organizations
commitment to professionalism regarding the SAFE and efficient
transportation of our states most precious resource our students. For more
information or to request a mentoring partner to be assigned to your
director, contact me at email@example.com