Transportation

 

Attention Motorists:

Under the law, motorists must come to a complete stop at least 20 feet from a school bus whenever a bus is stopped and employing the use of its two red flashing signals. ... When yellow hazard warning lights are flashing on a moving or stopped bus: Drive with caution and be prepared to stop.

We are Hiring!

Croswell-Lexington Community Schools is hiring bus drivers through Thumb Educational Services.

  • Six hours of paid on-site/online training before taking the written skills test for a CDL.
  • Paid on-site bus driving training
  • District will cover cost of CDL, fingerprinting, DOT physical, driving test and beginning bus school.
  • Bonus of $300 after driving for five months with another $300 bonus after one full year.
  • $14.49/hour for training and sub driving, $16.05/hour for route drivers.

‚ÄčTo become a bus driver download ThumbEd application and contact Lori Martin at (810) 679-1070 
If you have any question please call 679-1070. Per Croswell-Lexington District procedure, students riding the bus may have one pick-up and one drop-off point. Please do not ask the bus driver to drop your child off at a different stop, or to be dropped off with a friend. Thank you for your cooperation.

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November 19, 2019
Simulator Training for Cros-Lex Bus Drivers

 

Michigan Center for Truck Safety (www.trucksafety.org) was here to provide training for our drivers.  On Wednesday, November 13, 2019 drivers attended a class on defensive driving. It was a good reminder for all about the risks we encounter in everyday driving. Thursday and Friday, November 14-15, 2019 was especially interesting as we were able to utilize a simulator to drive in all sorts of weather conditions and around several driving hazards.  All drivers were issued a Certificate of Completion.

 

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