Woods Recognizes Bus drivers, TECHNICIANS; Spotlights Student artwork Promoting Bus Safety & Important Role of Bus Drivers
At the last two State Board meetings, Superintendent Woods recognized the efforts and critical work of our state's school bus drivers.
Superintendent Woods cited the important role that bus drivers play in ensuring Georgia students arrive safely to school each day ready to learn. He referenced the fact that for many of our students the school bus driver is the first and last person they see as part of their school day and so school bus drivers play a critical role in a child's education.
Superintendent Woods holds a CDL and drove the bus numerous times as a school leader and coach in Irwin County.
Georgia's State School Superintendent
Richard Woods has over 25 years of pre-k through 12th grade experience in public education. > Read Full Bio