CHP-Truckee presents school bus drivers with safe driving awards
September 6, 2016
TAHOE-TRUCKEE, Calif. — On Aug. 30, Capt. Ryan Stonebraker of the Truckee Area California Highway Patrol recognized 10 Tahoe Truckee Unified School District bus drivers for their outstanding safety record and presented each of them with safe driving awards.
Student safety is a top priority for the district. CHP and TTUSD have a strong partnership that supports student success through safe and efficient transportation.
As part of their collaboration, the CHP recognizes safe driving records of the district's bus drivers, each year, in five-year increments.
The following TTUSD School Bus Drivers were recognized:
Katherine App: 35 years
Denise Clark: 30 years
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Dina Kride: 20 years
Nanette Rondeau: 20 years
Phil Mix: 10 years
Dawn Parkhurst:10 years
Desiree Jones: 10 years
Sherry Schlegel:10 years
Jorge Maranon: 5 years
LaVan Rassuchine: 5 years
Nanette Rondeau, TTUSD's Transportation Director, shared, "These awards are a testament to the rigorous training we provide for our highly qualified staff. Our transportation department travels more than 500,000 miles per year and transports over 3,000 students daily. The bus drivers are trained to drive in hazardous conditions including inclement weather. Maintaining an accident-free driving record under these conditions is quite extraordinary!"
This article was submitted by the Tahoe Truckee Unified School District. Visit ttusd.org to learn more.
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