• Our goal is $115,000 for needed equipment for the DRIVE class.

    -Commericail Truck/Car driving simulator

    -Forklift training 

    -Field Trips costs

     The DRIVE program raised $114,500 in donations and pledges as of 3/1/2019.




  • Who is the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association (PMTA)?

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    The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association was organized in 1928. As part of a national integrated network of trucking associations and affiliates, we identify the key issues that impact the trucking industry and fight to preserve and strengthen the trucking industry and its jobs in each of the 67 counties and 2,567 municipalities in Pennsylvania, and with our elected officials in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. We also provide an array of tangible business services to our members, delivering education and awareness programs, up-to-the-minute industry news and trends, and money saving services.

    The Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association’s primary functions are as follows:

      • To work with the Legislature and regulatory agencies to foster, promote and preserve a strong economic climate for trucking in the Commonwealth.
      • To partner with the enforcement agencies to develop and support safety initiatives that protect the motoring public.
      • To provide a forum for continuing education through seminars, workshops and conferences.
      • To disseminate positive industry information to the press promoting the industry.
      • To be available to our members for personal assistance whenever the need arises.
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  • Who is Northeastern High School?

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    Northeastern York High School is located at 300 High Street, Manchester, Pennsylvania. It is In the Northeastern York School District. In 2018, Northeastern York High School was ranked #68 in over 600 schools in Pennsylvania. In 2010, Northeastern York High School reported an enrollment of 1,047 pupils in grades 9th through 12th, with 352 pupils eligible for a federal free or reduced-price lunch due to family poverty. The school employed 72 teachers, yielding a student–teacher ratio of 14:1.[29] In 2010, 27 of the teachers were rated "Non-Highly Qualified" under No Child Left Behind.[30]

    Northeastern Senior High School

    Address: 300 High Street, ManchesterYork CountyPennsylvania 17345

    Type: Public

    School board: 9 locally elected members

    School district: Northeastern York School District

    Superintendent: Dr. Stacey Sidle

    Administrator: Dr. Randi Payne - Assistant Superintendent

    Grades: 9-12

    Number of pupils:  1047 

    • Grade 9 279 

    • Grade 10 272

    • Grade 11 247 

    • Grade 12 249

    Campus size: Large

    Campus type: Midsized, Rural

    Color(s): Orange And Black

    Mascot: Bobcats

    Team name: Northeastern Bobcats


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  • What is the DRIVE class that is offered by Northeastern High School?

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    (9100) - DRIVE; Driving, Resources, Innovation, Vehicular, Education (.5 credit)

    This course is an elective to help students obtain the knowledge to help them enter the transportation field.  During the class, students will be given skills and certifications to obtain a job in the logistic field. Some of the skills will include: Forklift Certification, General Test Preparation for a Commercial Driver License (CDL), Transporting Cargo, Transporting Passengers, Air Brakes, Combination Vehicles, Tank Vehicles and Hazardous Materials.  Students will be exposed to all requirements and regulations to obtain a CDL Class A or B permit. Students will drive the following vehicles on the simulator: Class A truck, Class B vehicle, fire truck and passenger buses (coach and school buses). When students turn 18 they will be trained and certified on OSHA regulations on how to operate a forklift and given a safety certificate which is recognized by the transportation industry. Students will be introduced to companies through fields trips and visiting speakers that are willing to hire, train and invest in their future success in and after high school.

    This class will help students obtain skills for a career during and after high school in the following areas:

    -Dock Worker for a warehouse

    -Forklift Operator and Repair Technician

    -Commercial Driver of a Class A and B

    -Diesel Mechanic for Class A and B

    -Automotive Technician (cars and trucks)

    -Delivery Service Driver

    -School Bus Driver or Dispatcher

    -Terminal Manager

    -Cement and Concrete Production Driver

    -Truck Driver Training Instructor


    -Many more fields in the transportation industry



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