Graves' Riley elected to KAPT leadership

Graves County Schools’ transportation director Jason Riley this summer was elected vice-president of the Kentucky Association of Pupil Transportation at its annual conference in Bowling Green. The organization’s officers follow a track whereby Riley each year will fill a different office. After serving as vice-president during the 2013-14 school year, he will become president-elect for the following school year and president for the year after that. “Being elected to the leadership of KAPT is a huge honor for me,” Riley said recently. “My colleagues in this organization are the people I’ve relied on ever since I applied for the job as transportation director of the school district. That was five years ago and they’ve been a big help to me all along. They go through the same challenges and decision-making processes that I go through on a daily basis. Just to be considered for leadership in this organization is very humbling and a tremendous honor. The help that they have given me I hope to give back to younger and newer transportation directors throughout Kentucky.”
(Photo by Paul Schaumburg, Graves County Schools)

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