As the school year ends, hunger is an issue for many students, which is why First Student participated in the Minnesota FoodShare March Campaign
Cincinnati Public School students enrolled in the Junior Achievement program at Woodward Career Technical High School recently had the opportunity to learn more about First Student, the company that provides student transportation for the school district
A facility that trains dogs for search and rescue operations has a valuable new training tool: a school bus from the First Student fleet.
First Student employees in Lawrence, Kan., recently showed their commitment to the community they serve extends beyond the school day.
New Castle, Pa. is now accredited as a Safe Community by the National Safety Council through its Safe Communities America program.
Hundreds of children in Rochester, Minnesota have new coats to keep them warm this winter thanks to an initiative by a First Student driver.
More than 150 Cincinnati Public School students have a chance to lace up skates and enjoy the Fountain Square ice rink as a part of the School Skates program.
First Student is working to further foster good bus behavior during Love the Bus Month and beyond through an initiative titled, “I Care + We Care = Customer Care.”
Nearly 150 Cincinnati Public School students who faced the possibility of going without a coat this winter received coats just in time for the holidays.
The City of Dunkirk Police Department recently utilized a First Student bus as part of a Special Response Team (SRT) training exercise.
First Student is joining forces with the Missouri Comets and the American Cancer Society Hope Lodge to ease the burden of those fighting cancer in Kansas City.
First Student Coventry recently donated more than $1,000 to Pink Heals, a non-profit organization which supports women who are recovering from cancer treatment.
First Student locations in Central Connecticut recently collected nearly 4,000 cans of soup to donate to area food banks.
First Student is proud to join the National Association of Pupil Transportation (NAPT) in raising awareness for bus stop safety National School Bus Safety Week, October 20 to 24.
First Student is proud to partner with Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, Mich. for its Hallelujah Harvest.
First Student is the leading school transportation solutions provider in North America, moving more passengers per day than all U.S. airlines combined. The company strives to provide the best start and finish to every school day by carrying more than six million students across more than 1,300 school districts. With a team of highly-trained drivers and the industry’s strongest safety record, First Student delivers reliable, quality services including full-service transportation and management, special-needs transportation, route optimization and scheduling, and charter services. For more information, please visit firststudentinc.com