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SkyAlert

skyalert.mx

Stage

Seed | Alive

Total Raised

$100K

Last Raised

$100K | 5 yrs ago

About SkyAlert

SkyAlert has developed a mobile app that alerts users in advance of natural disasters.

Headquarters Location

Privada Canaima 12, Torre 2, Piso 2 Col. La Loma

Tialnepantla, 54060,

Mexico

5559057166

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Latest SkyAlert News

Kiski Area bus driver shortage could force district into remote learning

Jan 6, 2022

In a Facebook post Wednesday night, officials said that any changes to transportation times and routes will be communicated through the SkyAlert phone call system. “We’d like parents to stay tuned to our website and social media, and we notify the parents affected on that day and route via phone message,” Tedorski said. The district has transportation contract agreements with two bus companies: Byers in Vandergrift and Smith in Blairsville. Several bus driver applicants are undergoing training with Smith, but that takes several weeks to complete, Tedorski said. Byers owner Julia Martin pointed to ongoing covid-related conditions as the primary reason for the shortage. “We’re not used to seeing things up in the air like this day to day,” Martin said. Byers usually employs about 35 drivers, but staffing had dipped to about 26 drivers. In an effort to help remedy a national shortage of school bus drivers, the U.S. Department of Education has temporarily waived certain requirements for driving applicants. A federal waiver was announced Jan. 4. It gives states the option of waiving the portion of the commercial driver’s license skills test where one identifies bus engine parts. “This federal waiver will help schools that are short on bus drivers,” U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said. “By allowing states to focus on the testing requirements that are critical to safety, we will get additional, qualified drivers behind the wheel to get kids to school safely.” All other CDL skills testing requirements remain in place. Joyce Hanz is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Joyce at 724-226-7725 , jhanz@triblive.com or via Twitter . Support Local Journalism and help us continue covering the stories that matter to you and your community.

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SkyAlert Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is SkyAlert's headquarters?

    SkyAlert's headquarters is located at Privada Canaima 12, Torre 2, Piso 2, Tialnepantla.

  • What is SkyAlert's latest funding round?

    SkyAlert's latest funding round is Seed.

  • How much did SkyAlert raise?

    SkyAlert raised a total of $100K.

  • Who are the investors of SkyAlert?

    Investors of SkyAlert include Berkeley SkyDeck.

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