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Jackson Bus Driver Pens Letter to Parents

Submitted: “This letter was written by a Jackson bus driver to Bnos Esther Malka parents.

She is an incredible warm and loving driver. She has crayons and paper for the girls and hangs their pictures on the ceiling of the bus. She showers them with compliments and in turn the girls just adore her!

Our girls are very lucky to have such a special person warming their hearts and putting a smile on their face each and every day.

Thank you Ms. Tricia!”

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There are 6 Comments to "Jackson Bus Driver Pens Letter to Parents"

  • Get Over It says:

    Wow, just wow. I’m so impressed by Ms. Tricia and I’m so impressed with the girls.

  • zumy says:

    this brought tears to my eyes! What a great sendoff these girls get everyday from their homes AND their amazing bus driver! Miss Tricia, may you be well and drive many other fortunate students to their schools for years to come.
    And to all parents, remember, your child’s day can be made by a pleasant bus ride to and from school. so don’t forget to consistently show the appreciation the driver deserves. Bus drivers on the whole have a very responsible and challenging job!

  • Ploni Almoni says:

    Hey! She drove my kid last year, and I never got such a note. My kid definitely is that good.

  • Mark Stein says:

    AMAZING!! .I THINK WE HAVE TO REMIND OURSELVES THAT NON JEWS HAVE THE SAME FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS LIKE WE HAVE AND WE SHOULD NOT TAKE THAT FOR GRANTED. WE ALL WANT TO BE APPRECIATED.

  • the square says:

    Kudos to the girls who made such a tremendous kiddush Hashem.