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Mark A. Swackhamer

Assistant Director of Transportation

Humble High School

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Humble High School

20200 Eastway Village Dr

Humble, Texas,77347

United States

Company Description

The Humble ISD Education Foundation is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that was created by concerned community members who wanted to support innovative educational programs that lead to increased student achievement. The Education Foundation fund...more

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Employment History

Senior Manager of Fleet Operations

Houston Independent School District


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Mark Swackhamer has left Houston Independent School District (ISD) to serve as assistant director of transportation at Humble ISD.
Mark Swackhamer, who has been a driving force in implementing alternative fuels, GPS and efficient-driving training at Houston Independent School District, moves to Humble Independent School District to become assistant director of transportation.


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Panelists: Michael Mattos, Sacramento (CA) Regional Transit; Mark Swackhamer, Humble (TX) ISD; Brooke McWhirter, CleanFUEL USA; and more
Mark Swackhamer Assistant Director, Humble (Texas) Independent School District Green Bus Summit Advisory Council Green bus summit advisory Council, Mark Swackhamer


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The route that any transportation department chooses, though, will eventually "put money back in the classroom," said Mark Swackhamer, assistant transportation director of Humble Independent School District in Texas.
But, as attendees learned during the final day of the 2015 STN Expo, there are a few considerations each district should be aware of when making the transition to green technology, including safety, broad appeal, accessibility and funding, just to name a few. Throughout the workshop, "Implementing Alt Fuels: Biofuel, Propane, CNG and Electric," Swackhamer, along with three other transportation directors from across the country, discussed how their particular school district made the jump to alternative fuels, each panel member agreeing that there is an obligation to both students and the environment to cut emissions.


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Panelists: Michael Mattos, Sacramento (CA) Regional Transit; Mark Swackhamer, Humble (TX) ISD; Brooke McWhirter, CleanFUEL USA; and more
Mark Swackhamer Assistant Director, Humble (Texas) Independent School District Green Bus Summit Advisory Council Green bus summit advisory Council, Mark Swackhamer


www.schoolbusfleet.com

"Oftentimes, attendants want to work in the transportation field, but are concerned about driving a big bus," said Mark Swackhamer, assistant director of transportation for Humble ISD.
"The ride-and-drive gave [them] the opportunity to try driving a school bus with no further obligation or commitment." The district used three general education 77-passenger buses and one 47-passenger special-needs bus for the event. Three driver trainers assisted the attendants, who drove the buses in a Humble ISD stadium parking lot, practicing backing and figure eights. Seven of the eight attendants who participated in the event have decided to start the training to become school bus drivers, Swackhamer said. The ride-and-drive event was the brainchild of Tina Bedford, a dispatcher for Humble ISD, and Sue McGrath, a driver trainer for the district, according to Swackhamer.


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