School Bus Driver Buys Students Breakfast During School Delay
December 16, 2018
An Alabama bus driver bought McDonald's breakfast for all of his elementary school students so that they would not go hungry in class when icy roads delayed the school's opening.
Mr. Price / Credit: Montevallo Elementary School
Administrators for Montevallo Elementary School's Facebook page shared the story of Mr. Price's act of kindness.
"Mr. Price, one of our bus drivers, truly demonstrates the spirit of Christmas! On Tuesday, when school was delayed due to icy roads and we weren't able to serve breakfast, he purchased biscuits from McDonald's for his entire bus of students! What a kind act that our students will forever remember! Thank you, Mr. Price, for making a lasting impact in the lives of our students!"
Transportation Coordinator Rick Vines says he got a call about the bus driver because news of his kind gesture was spreading quickly on Facebook.
"The parents were told that breakfast would not be served because of how late we were getting to school. My understanding is that he bought 30 to 40 biscuits so yeah I would say he probably bought it for every child that rode the bus," Vines told WBRC.
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