NSTA- NEBRASKA

On March 12, 1968, 22 gentlemen from across the state got together in Kearney, Nebraska and held the first meeting of the Nebraska School Transportation Supervisors Association (now the NSTA).

NSTA Membership

Join the Nebraska School Transportation Association, or renew your membership today.

NSTA-NEBRASKA FALL CONFERENCE

Fall Conference is scheduled for Saturday, October 23rd at the Holiday Inn in Kearney.  We will be focusing on the new Entry Level Driver Training Standards and driver recruitment and retention.  Speakers, agenda are being finalized for the conference and will posted here soon.

NEWS AT THE NSTA-NEBRASKA

NSTA  hosts two conferences a year.  One in the Fall and one in the Summer. Our next conference will be held on Friday, June 11, 2021. We’ve looked at strength-based recruiting, performance impacting leadership, and team-building. Now, we would like to work on empowerment and partnership with our teams!  .

Strength-Based Staff Development and Recruiting

Fall Conference: November 17, 2018 - Kearney Holiday Inn Kyle Bruss Our 2018 Fall Conference featured Kyle Bruss, from Talent+®, who spoke on Strength-Based Staff Development and Recruiting (Click here to view), and Rich Gasaway whose presentation on Situational...

CALL TO ACTION

TSA Reissues terrorism  risk awareness The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has reissued its April 27, 2018 warning to transportation providers to be aware of the heightened risk of possible large vehicle ramming incidents through September, 2018. To view...

2021 Summer Conference

Denny Coughlin with the School Bus Training Company will be our keynote speaker and will also do a couple of workshops for us. Dr. Brooke Envick with UNK will also present on managing stress and in the workplace.

School Bus Fleet News

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