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Featured above:  Therese Mileti and Earl Smith judging at the 2015 School Bus Road-E-O

 

DID YOU KNOW?

Monday, August 10, 2015
DID YOU KNOW?

 Did you know that each year all school bus drivers in the State of Ohio must complete 4 hours of in-service training?  Here at Centerville our drivers just completed 2 of their 4 hours of in-service training last Friday.  This year our drivers and aides were able to do some hands on training of wheelchair securements and railroad crossings.  As we gear up for another school year we continue to make the safety of our students our Top Priority!! Read More


A MESSAGE FOR PARENTS

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

May 2015 Retirement Recognition

Tuesday, May 19, 2015
May 2015 Retirement Recognition

 The Centerville City Schools Transportation Department would like to say THANK YOU to all the bus drivers retiring at the end of the 2014-2015 school year, for your years of service!   Monya #2, Ross #8,  Sue #15, Gary #80, and Becky #83.  Good Luck in RETIREMENT!! Read More


Centerville school bus drivers SWEEP the West Region Road-E-O!!

Monday, April 20, 2015
Centerville school bus drivers SWEEP the West Region Road-E-O!!

 Centerville school bus drivers Catherine Kasprzak, Linda Wendling, Chris Dewitt, Tom Yingling, Doug Pence, and Marla Harrison competed in the 2015 West Region School Bus Road-E-O this past Saturday April 18th.  The Bus Road-E-O evaluates school bus drivers on their skills in a series of maneuverability tests, procedural tests, and a written test.  The team consisting of Linda, Doug, Marla, and Tom received the 1st Place award!  Overall individual awards went to Marla for 1st Place, Doug for 2nd Place, Chris for 3rd Place, and Tom for 6th Place!  Congratulations to all our drivers who participated in this wonderful achievement! Read More


SCHOOL BUS SAFETY IS PART OF DISTRICT EFFORTS TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE

Thursday, August 28, 2014
SCHOOL BUS SAFETY IS PART OF DISTRICT EFFORTS TO KEEP STUDENTS SAFE

Stingley 4th and 5th graders are listening to school bus driver Mike Keller explain how to be safe in, around, and on a school bus. Mr. Keller used PowerPoint slides to describe the “place of safety” when waiting to be picked up or exiting the school bus, whether on the same side as your destination or across the street. He concluded his talk by reminding students that bullying others is never OK…anywhere. Read More