Lawton_The Lawton Public School needs bus drivers, so they're offering a training workshop in July. Ten drivers recently quit, some because of long-term medical problems, but the bigger problem is the new ones coming on the job just aren't interested in staying on.
It's a problem LPS Director of Transportation John Corgill says he's seen for a while now. Even though people need jobs, they're not interested in this one. "This is my second year and it seems to be a problem we've encountered here for longer than two years," Corgill said.
Classes for the workshop begin July 9th and run through the 14th. You need to be 21 and have a current and valid Oklahoma driver's license.
If you are interested, contact the Lawton Public School's transportation center at 248-3255 for more information.
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