Monarch Elementary’s Bus Buddies


Assist 4K and 5K students riding buses

Special to The Union Times



Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Six students at Monarch Elementary School have been named Bus Buddies for the 2016-2017 school year. As Bus Buddies they assist 4K and 5K who ride the bus to school. The Bus Buddies are Jaylen Salter, James Howard, Torrence Jeter, Keyshaun Brannon, Yazmine Rice, and Daria Davis.


MONARCH — Riding the bus to and from to school can be a bit daunting for very young students and that’s why those students at Monarch Elementary School are getting some help from their school buddies.

In a statement released Wednesday, Monarch Elementary announced that five students have been selected to serve as Bus Buddies for the 2016-2016 school year. The new Bus Buddies are:

• Jaylan Salter

• James Howard

• Torrence Jeter

• Keyshaun Brannon

• Yazmine Rice

• Daria Davis

The press release states that, as Bus Buddies, these students assist 4K and 5K students getting on their buses and provide support on the ride home with needed.

The statement concludes by offering congratulations to the Bus Buddies who it describes as “Monarch Star Leaders.”

Photo courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Six students at Monarch Elementary School have been named Bus Buddies for the 2016-2017 school year. As Bus Buddies they assist 4K and 5K who ride the bus to school. The Bus Buddies are Jaylen Salter, James Howard, Torrence Jeter, Keyshaun Brannon, Yazmine Rice, and Daria Davis.
http://uniondailytimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_thumbnail_DSC02445.jpgPhoto courtesy of Monarch Elementary School Six students at Monarch Elementary School have been named Bus Buddies for the 2016-2017 school year. As Bus Buddies they assist 4K and 5K who ride the bus to school. The Bus Buddies are Jaylen Salter, James Howard, Torrence Jeter, Keyshaun Brannon, Yazmine Rice, and Daria Davis.
Assist 4K and 5K students riding buses

Special to The Union Times

This story courtesy of Monarch Elementary School.

This story courtesy of Monarch Elementary School.

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