FCSD Appreciates Rolling V Bus Company
FALLSBURG, March 2022– When you drive up the road into Garnet Health Medical Center—Catskills or New Hope Community in Loch Sheldrake, you are greeted by huge signs that say, “Heroes Work Here.”
These signs would be appropriate at the entrances to so many places in Sullivan County, especially at Rolling V Bus Company and all the school buildings. Fallsburg Central School District (FCSD) honored Rolling V for their year-round service to bring the school children safely to and from school on February 22—School Bus Driver Appreciation Day.
Throughout the week prior to the date, children at Benjamin Cosor Elementary School (BCES), were making cards and signing them for the drivers and monitors on every school bus route. Principal Mary Kate Stinehour collected them and added little goody bags for each driver. She placed them in a large decorated box filled with folders for each bus route and delivered them to the Rolling V bus garage in South Fallsburg in the early afternoon on February 22.
Receiving the 275 cards of appreciation were Terminal Manager Edgar Espinoza and bus driver Anita Young, a veteran of twenty years’ service to the Fallsburg community and most recently in charge of the Turtle Route. Edgar is married to Jeannette Espinoza, first grade teacher and mother of three boys in the FCSD.
Appropriately, the photo of the presentation of the children’s cards was taken in the lobby of the Rolling V offices surrounded by many plaques of appreciation and awards for the company’s devoted service to the FCSD since the early 1990s.