Serving the state of New Hampshire school systems since 1976.
The NH School Transportation Association is the state's trade association of school districts and private bus contractors providing transportation for the state's school children. The Association has as its main purpose "the highest degree of safety in the transportation of school children", working with common intra-industry problems, and the cooperation with existing allied industries, associations, and governmental agencies for the advancement of school bus transportation. Members of the Association own and/or operate approximately 90 percent of the school buses traveling New Hampshire highways.
Latest Happenings from Your NHSTA!
NHSTA Board Member Ryan Renauld-Smith and Trooper First Class Gregory Hildreth on The Pulse Radio Addressing Driver Shortage
NHSTA and NH DMV Released a Video About People Opt to Drive A School Bus!
NHSTA member school bus drivers gathered at NH DMV recently to record a video sharing their passion for their chosen career of driving a school bus. Please share this video with anyone considering a career change and looking to make an important difference in the lives of the students our members serve. You can share the link to this video from this page or like it and share it on
NHSTA Hosts Annual Meeting in Concord
NHSTA leaders, Personnel from NH DMV, NH State Police and members
attended the association's annual meeting and election at the Common Man Concord on June 13, 2023.
NHSTA board members in attendance at the annual meeting are (L-R): President Cynthia Fournier, First Student; Director Marc Raposo, Butler's Bus Service-Milford; Director Joanne Waterhouse, First Student; Treasurer, Emo Chynoweth, Butler's Bus Service; Vice-President, Karen Holden, Manchester Transit Authority, Director Su Brobst, STA-Merrimack, Director Sandy Rowe, STA and Director Laurie Young, Durham School Services. We thank them all along with those from the board who were unable to attend for their service to our industry!
2023 Instructor Development Program Graduates 35 Now Headed to Their Certification Exams!
35 Students and instructors who participated in the April 25-28 NHSTA School Bus Instructor Development Program gather at "the Rock" at Manchester Transit for a now traditional photos after completing their final day of training which focused on the proper conduct of pre-trip school bus inspections. The NH school bus industry is very fortunate to have such a committed group of rising instructors. Please join us in wishing them all luck as they get set to take their state certification exams!
No successful training program happens without a core group of dedicated and knowledgeable instructors. Gathered above and smiling wide on a job well done are (L-R):Dawn Brindley (Dept. of Safety/DMV), Ryan Renauld-Smith (MTA), Danielle Newman (Dept. of Safety/DMV), Marc Raposo, NHSTA, Cynthia Fournier, NHSTA, TFC Greg Hildreth, NH State Police and Rebecca Kelsea, Off. Pupil Transportation.
Your board of directors will soon be inviting you at attend the 2023 Annual Meeting and Election on June 3, 2023 at the Common Man in Concord. Please watch your emails and this website for more information.
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