Diamond Springs teachers go along for the ride

The first weeks of school are an important time for students, especially new kindergartners and first-graders, to get comfortable with new routines, bus transportation and more.

When your school has 600 kindergartners and first-graders, as Diamond Springs Elementary School (DSES) does, dismissal time is a time for all hands on deck – and on the buses.

DSES teacher Ellie Thompson and bus driver Morgan Glass prepare for dismissal
DSES teacher Ellie Thompson and bus driver Morgan Glass prepare for dismissal

DSES teachers are riding buses home with students to assist drivers, meet parents, and make connections with the school community. The school reports that parents have been appreciative and bus drivers are grateful for the additional support early in the school year.

DSES teacher Dana Lynch greets students on the bus
DSES teacher Dana Lynch greets students on the bus
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2 thoughts on “Diamond Springs teachers go along for the ride

  1. I am also appreciative to the faculty and staff at DSES. As an employed grandparent, I feel comfortable knowing that the teachers have a digital system in place to communicate with the family about the school community. Thank you DSES one and all for supporting the students by seeing that information reaches home.

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