[Posted on Jul 18, 2018 | 370 views]
Members of Gloucester High School’s Navy Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program assembled at the bus garage on the old Page Middle School site last Thursday to wash the Gloucester County school bus fleet, which has 108 vehicles. The cadets did this work as part of their annual community service project. The cadets washed 34 buses the first day and cooked lunch for employees at the Transportation Garage. “They do this each summer to show their appreciation for the tremendous support the unit receives from our transportation department,” said Senior Chief Al Grant, the naval science instructor for the GHS program. Included in their assignment was the cleaning of the five newly delivered buses that arrived July 11.
Cadets from the Gloucester High School NJROTC took a break from cleaning buses to gather for a photo in front of one of the new additions to the fleet. The cadets wash buses every year to aid the transportation garage and its staff. Taking part in the work were, front row from left, Ethan Barefoot-Garcia, Liam Skiles, Chera Ward, Toby Salmon, Keara Perry-Mowry, McKenzie Mowry, Charlotte Anderson, Caroline Moore, Mateo Bruder, Patrick Stone, Ethan Polley, Robert Walker, Cameron Carpenter, Laine Fortin, Kasey Goodrich, Sarah Wicker; back row, Samuel Moore, Aaron Gay, Jalen Gardner, Megan Crowley, Giavanna McClain, Jayden Bartelli, Hannah Howard, Margaret Hodges, Summer Deeson, Maggie Pruim, Briar Letts, Shauna Bailey, Robert Rekrut, Andrew Ford, Donald Calder, Ethan Ketchem, Jack Jenkins, Kaitlynn George.
 

{image_1} 5 new school buses join Gloucester’s fleet


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