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North Reading, MA 01864
For Immediate Release
Friday, June 15, 2018
Media Contact: John Guilfoil
NRT Bus Employees Receive Woburn Special Education Honor and Appreciation Award
NORTH READING — NRT Bus Inc. is pleased to announce that four of its bus drivers and one monitor were recognized by the Woburn Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) for making a difference in the lives of students with disabilities this year.
Woburn bus drivers Diane Holman, Karen Toye, Juan Salazar and Chuck McCollum, and monitor Elizabeth McCollum, who all work out of the North Reading/Wilmington NRT terminal, were nominated by the families they transport for having such a positive impact on riders and their families.
They were honored during the Woburn SEPAC’s annual Honor and Appreciation Awards event on Tuesday, June 5 at Woburn Memorial High School, 88 Montvale Ave. These awards are a symbol of how people who listen, who care, who are attentive and who expect the best from the students can change their lives.
“I am so proud of Diane, Karen, Juan, Chuck and Elizabeth for receiving this award and continuing to be such positive role models for their peers,” said North Reading/Wilmington Terminal Manager Maritza Baez. “The support and encouragement that these drivers and monitors continue to show both our students and their families embodies our mission here at NRT, and they certainly deserve this recognition.”