JANET TURNER clocks in at 5:55 a.m. and starts her pre-ride check.
The bus depot at the Greater Albany Public Schools Transportation Office is loud, with no clear path from one destination to the next. Buses sit shoulder-to-shoulder; noses on some poke out and the flat faces of others provide a bit more room to pass. And the blacktop that spans the yard bounces back the heat that often accompanies the school year’s waning days.
But Turner, 66, knows her route, zigzagging from the transportation office past the buses, nosed and flat, her cane hitting the blacktop on the off beat of her hurried, practiced steps. All the while she talks at a volume just loud enough to float over the noise…
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Photo credit: Mark Ylen from Mid-Valley Media.
Happy retirement, Janet! Thank you for your years of service and your loving devotion to our kids. ♥