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Transportation team recognized for perfect attendance

Johnston County Public Schools Transportation Services recognized bus drivers from the North Johnston High and Princeton Middle/High areas for having the highest perfect attendance rate this quarter.

Bus drivers from the area were the first-ever to receive the department’s “Perfect Attendance Chain” and accompanying banner.

The award will be given on a quarterly basis to the area with the highest perfect attendance rate among bus drivers.

“We truly appreciate what all of our bus drivers do on a daily basis to safely transport students to and from school,” said Chase Ferrell, JCPS Auxiliary Services and Safety Officer.

The chain and banner will be housed and displayed in the North Johnston/Princeton area for the entire third quarter of the school year as a way to recognize their consistent efforts.

Bus Drivers of the Quarter
Johnston County Public Schools Transportation Services recognized bus drivers from the North Johnston High and Princeton Middle/High areas on Jan. 18 for having the highest perfect attendance rate this quarter. Those photographed are Transportation Director Sherrie Turnage, Bus Coordinator for the North Johnston/Princeton area Danny Williams, Transportation Supervisor Sharon Fogleman, bus drivers Marsha Stanley, Sharon Jones, Renee Rhodes, Cynthia Jones, Shannon Brock, Atiya Hicks, Karen Toole, Mary Aileen House, Ebone Leach, Sandra Taylor, Wendy Ronczka, Katlyn Brown, Salina Williams, Latoya Bethea, Shelia Fitzgerald, Laura Ochoa, Tamara Atkinson, Debra Morgan, Minnie Brown, Tammy Massengill, Peggy West, Faith Hicks, Betsy Hill, Pamela McCall, Janet Kelly, Kasondra Worley, Brenda Stanley, Tammy McCall, Michelle Martin, Veronica Carrillo, as well as bus monitors Natalie Creech, and Donna Talton. Not pictured: Bus drivers Teresa Baker, Linda Cockrell, Bobbie Lynn Pilkington, Rebecca Hines, Patricia Moreno, and bus monitor Angela Ward.