Over 30 Greer High School students, faculty and staff arrived at 5 a.m. to school last week to paint and show their appreciation to the district’s bus drivers during the district’s “Love the Bus” campaign.
Over 30 Greer High School students, faculty and staff arrived early to school last week to paint and show their appreciation to the district’s bus drivers during the district’s “Love the Bus” campaign.
Greer High School was chosen to publicize the district’s support for its bus drivers.
“It is always great for our students to show support and appreciation for others around them that help to make a positive impact on their educational experience and opportunities to be successful,” Greer High School Principal Justin Ludley said.
“Bus drivers are essential to supporting a positive learning experience for our students. They are entrusted to transport our students to and from home and school to have the opportunity to have a great education. The dedication and hard work of our bus drivers ensures smooth operations here at school and opportunities to learn.”
Art students from Greer High School arrived to school at 5 a.m. and painted one of the school’s activity buses with a Yellow Jacket mural that rivals the bus from “The Partridge Family” television show.
Students later held supportive signs and served breakfast to the bus drivers Tuesday morning during the bus drop-off time.
The school’s choir also sang in appreciation and recognition of the district’s bus drivers.