Port Clinton City Schools Hosts Drive a Bus Day

Jun 18, 2024 | Schools | 0 comments

Port Clinton City School District is hosting Drive a Bus Day on Saturday, July 27.  Brenda Janes, Transportation Supervisor, invites those interested to come and experience driving a bus.  Must be 21 and older. (Submitted photo)

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to drive a school bus? You now have an opportunity to find out. Port Clinton City School District is hosting Drive a Bus Day on Saturday, July 27 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Port Clinton Middle School parking lot, 807 S. Jefferson St. in Port Clinton.

“Driving a school bus is a great career or part-time job and we want to allow for everyone to come and experience what it is like.  The vehicle the size of a school bus may seem intimidating, but we want to show that there is nothing to be afraid of and a bus is very easy to maneuver,” said Brenda Janes, Port Clinton Schools Transportation Supervisor. “As many know, there is a nationwide shortage of bus drivers, and we are experiencing the same locally.  Port Clinton City Schools helps interested candidates earn the necessary qualifications.”

This event will also share the steps to certification.

To test-drive a school bus, drivers must be at least 21 years of age and have a clean driving record.  Job applicants must also pass an FBI/BCI background check.  To register for the event, visit www.pccsd.net and find the event link and registration form under the news, or contact Janes at bjanes@pccsd-k12.net or call 419-732-2102.

Register online at:  http://www.pccsd.net/apps/forms2/?f=45294.

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