Trusted Bus Driver Hatches Plan When There Is A Delay On A School Day
When the winter strikes in South, it takes a toll on everything. It nearly shuts everything down. One December, the snowstorm swept through Alabama because of which the school officials rushed to take action to ensure their students were safe. They decided a late start for the school because of the access snowfall but instead of it was detrimental for the students.
Dependency on Lunch
The bus driver Wayne Price has been working as a school driver since 2013 and he not only loves his jobs but also his young passengers. The National School Lunch Program was the source of the students of Montevallo’s lunch, and they relied on it, as the school was scheduled late, they would be hungry for the afternoon. Wayne thought this would be a terrible thing to happen to the students and so he took action on it. While on the way to school he pulled up at a Mcdonald’s and bought biscuits for every student who boarded his bus. Wayne also shared with the ABC 33 about the 50 sandwiches he bought for the students.
Mr. Price must be rich at heart
"One of the kids said, ‘Oh, Mr. Price, you must be rich.' I am not rich. I am in full-time ministry. But you sit there and think about it, you take your family out to dinner, and you can drop $50 going out to dinner, and it was nothing more than taking my family out to dinner. When it came down to the financial side, it was just second nature. I really did not think about it. I thought, hey this would be neat. I bet they will like this."
‘Thank you, Mr. Price.'
He also told ‘Today’ that when the students came to know about the breakfast, they were more surprised than excited. "When the kids got on I said, ‘So, what do ya want? Sausage? McMuffin?'. I got some sweet kids and I get really attached to them. They were really appreciative. I dunno. I just love my kids. I got lots of fist pumps, lots of high-fives, lots of ‘Love you Mr. Price,' lots of ‘Thank you, Mr. Price.'"
The spirit of Christmas
The students were quite taken aback with Wayne’s compassion for them and a 6th-grade student shared with ABC, "I did not think he was going to do it. I am really thankful for having him as a bus driver, and he feels like a dad to me." The Montevallo Elementary school shared this story on Facebook tagging it, "truly demonstrates the spirit of Christmas."
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