North Live Oak Elementary was short a special education bus driver, forcing the Posey family to drive their son, Blake, to school for the past several months. He has multiple sclerosis. The trip was becoming difficult for the family. “With four other children, that kind of makes things pretty strenuous,” Barry Posey said.
To help out the family, the Livingston Parish School District asked teachers to take a course and apply for a commercial driver’s license or CDL. “At first, I was like, I don’t know if I can drive a big bus,” said the 23-year veteran teacher.
But after watching the Poseys struggle, she jumped at the chance to help them. “I said, ‘Why not give it a try?’” Futch said. “Now I get to pick him up and it’s a great job.”…
Dapandico | March 25, 2018 10:00 pm