Drivers Are Critical To Student Learning
By Chad Jensema, Director of Transportation, Superior School District
Eligible bus riders are transported to and from school each day. Just think, if students were not in the school buildings, the classroom teaching would not be received, then classroom learning would not take place. Bus drivers provide this critical link in the learning process.
The school bus driver provides the first and last district employee contact of a student’s day. The driver can help a student start their day with a friendly greeting and leave them with a friendly goodbye.
So you may be saying, what does this mean for me the reader? Great question, this is a call to action, a personal reflection in which you are to ask yourself, “Am I interested or able to make a difference in the lives of the youth in my community?” If you’ve answered yes, please consider being a bus driver. Immediate bus driving opportunities exist with the School District of Superior.
Now you may be saying to yourself, “I’m not sure I can drive a large yellow school bus?”
Yes you can. With written, medical and road tests needed to be passed before being issued the needed CDL license, the district provides individuals with training and support necessary to be prepared for the road test. We’ll help teach you to become a confident bus driver.
Now that you’ve answered Yes, the next step is to contact the district office at 715.394.8700 for more information or filling out and submitting the on-line employment application on the districts website, CLICK HERE to apply to become a bus driver with the Superior School District.