ANNUAL CONFERENCE

Full Day March 16th
Best Western, Marlborough


BOARD OF DIRECTORS

9:00am, April 5th
Worcester EAW Building


Mission Statement

To promote the highest standards of ethics and practices in pupil transportation.

To increase awareness of and disseminate information pertaining to all aspects of pupil transportation and to make these freely available to its members and the interested public.

To provide leadership for the improvement and advancement of pupil transportation and professional development of its members.

To serve as a state-wide voice for school district personnel engaged in the management of pupil transportation.

To work with educational associations and with governmental organizations in developing and improving pupil transportation management and administration.

*From the MAPT By-laws - Article 2.


Lessons Learned from the Live Shooter
School Bus Drill

OCTOBER 14, 2015, BEST WESTERN, MARLBOROUGH

In today's turbulent environment, it is imperative that we drill on safety related issues as often as possible. Can it happen to you? What would you do? Who would be your first call?

The program conducted with the Plymouth Police, Fire and School Departments presented last June was an important learning tool. The event was played out as a real incident, we had the opportunity to observe the steps taken to maintain the safety of the children and driver on the bus, including dispatch of Police, Fire, EMS, SWAT, and other agencies.

Please join us for our panel presentation, conducted by, Chief Michael E. Botieri, Captain John W. Rogers Jr., Plymouth Police Department and Mr. Gary L. Costin, Plymouth School Business Administrator.

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