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PCS to offer bus driver training course

Pender County Schools seeks bus drivers
Posted on 01/13/2016
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Pender County Schools will offer bus driver training courses February 29 and March 1-2 at the Board of Education Building.

Prior experience is not necessary. The district will provide instruction and behind-the-wheel training. 

 

“Our bus drivers are often the first people to greet children each day,” Superintendent Terri Cobb said. “It’s amazing how much the simple kindness of smiling and saying, ‘Good morning’ to a child can impact the rest of his or her school day. And our drivers do that — they make that difference.”

 

Driving for Pender County Schools is a great opportunity for retirees or anyone looking to give back to the community and children of the county.

 

Anyone interested in enrolling in the course may contact Missy Daniel at 910-663-3575


Those who wish to attend will need to fill out an online application. 
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Pender County Schools will offer bus driver training courses February 29 and March 1-2 at the Board of Education Building.

Prior experience is not necessary. The district will provide instruction and behind-the-wheel training. 

 

“Our bus drivers are often the first people to greet children each day,” Superintendent Terri Cobb said. “It’s amazing how much the simple kindness of smiling and saying, ‘Good morning’ to a child can impact the rest of his or her school day. And our drivers do that — they make that difference.”

 

Driving for Pender County Schools is a great opportunity for retirees or anyone looking to give back to the community and children of the county.


Anyone interested in enrolling in the course may contact Missy Daniel at 910-663-3575

Pender County Schools will offer bus driver training courses February 29 and March 1-2 at the Board of Education Building.

Prior experience is not necessary. The district will provide instruction and behind-the-wheel training. 

 

“Our bus drivers are often the first people to greet children each day,” Superintendent Terri Cobb said. “It’s amazing how much the simple kindness of smiling and saying, ‘Good morning’ to a child can impact the rest of his or her school day. And our drivers do that — they make that difference.”

 

Driving for Pender County Schools is a great opportunity for retirees or anyone looking to give back to the community and children of the county.


Anyone interested in enrolling in the course may contact Missy Daniel at 910-663-3575

Pender County Schools will offer bus driver training courses February 29 and March 1-2 at the Board of Education Building.

Prior experience is not necessary. The district will provide instruction and behind-the-wheel training. 

 

“Our bus drivers are often the first people to greet children each day,” Superintendent Terri Cobb said. “It’s amazing how much the simple kindness of smiling and saying, ‘Good morning’ to a child can impact the rest of his or her school day. And our drivers do that — they make that difference.”

 

Driving for Pender County Schools is a great opportunity for retirees or anyone looking to give back to the community and children of the county.


Anyone interested in enrolling in the course may contact Missy Daniel at 910-663-3575