25th School Transportation Safety Campaign - A mobilization for student safety that yields excellent results

QUEBEC, Jan. 30, 2013 / CNW Telbec / - The Federation of Quebec School Boards (FCSQ) is very pleased to highlight the 25th organized school transport safety campaign […]

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QUEBEC, Jan. 30, 2013 / CNW Telbec / - The Federation of Quebec School Boards (FCSQ) is very pleased to mark the 25e school transport safety campaign organized by the Association du transport écolier du Québec (ATEQ), whose theme is Did you see me?, and to be again a partner of the event which will take place from February 4 to 15, 2013.

Quebec's performance in school transportation safety speaks volumes and the annual holding of this major awareness campaign certainly contributes to it. All the players concerned about the safety of students are mobilizing and this is producing excellent results, notes the FCSQ.

The Federation reminds everyone that everyone has a role to play in school transportation safety: elected officials, school boards, school administrators, teachers, daycare staff, bus drivers, motorists, parents and students and that everyone must observe daily vigilance in order to maintain this record of which we can be proud.

Safety is the first concern of school boards when they organize the daily school transport of more than 575,000 schoolchildren on a route of nearly one million kilometers. This is why the FCSQ invites all school boards in Quebec to get actively involved, as they have been doing for several years, in the 2013 campaign for safety in school transportation.

The Federation of Quebec School Boards brings together the 60 French-language school boards in Quebec as well as the Commission scolaire du Littoral. School boards are local governments that ensure the academic success of more than one million students by providing educational services in elementary, secondary, vocational training and adult education. They also offer efficient and essential services, particularly in terms of human resources and material and financial resources. In addition, school boards are responsible for distributing resources equitably between their establishments and making safe school transportation accessible at all times.

SOURCE: FEDERATION DES BOARDS SCOLAIRES DU QUEBEC (FCSQ)

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