Director of Custodial Services and Transportation
As department director I am very proud to oversee the many dedicated employees of this district responsible for cleanliness of facilities and safe transportation of students. The following is a brief overview of our department functions and responsibilities:
Custodial services are provided at all educational and support facilities throughout the school district. Each school is assigned a custodial team responsible for cleaning and upkeep at that site. In addition, school custodians also assist with the set up, tear down, and clean up after various facility uses by outside users.
Transportation services provided by the district are that which are required by law including elementary and middle school students residing over 4 miles from the school in their attendance area. Also students who have been moved for the benefit of the district in instances of over crowding, major facility renovation, or efficiency in use of school buildings. Transportation is also provided to special education students that have transportation identified as part of their individual education program.
Please feel free to contact me with any operations related questions via e-mail or through the phone number listed on this page.
Bill McCoy, Director of Custodial Services and Transportation
Lincoln Public Schools
Custodial Services and Transportation
2200 Park Blvd
Lincoln, NE 68502
Lincoln Public Schools Custodial employees strive to provide an environment that is clean, sanitary, and supportful of the education process. School bus drivers and transportation para's view the bus ride as the "First and last classroom of the day". By connecting the school bus ride with the classroom experience, each employee recognizes the important contributions they make to the educational process
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The Lincoln Public Schools is continuously accepting applications for school bus drivers and transportation paraeducators.
Regular routes are available as well as substitute positions. Route hours are typically 6:30 to 9:30 a.m., and/or 2:30 to 4:30 p.m, with a potential for working mid-day. For bus drivers, an excellent driving record is required. This is a great opportunity for students, retirees, at-home parents, and self-employed in need of extra money.
For those considering applying for school bus driving positions, LPS provides all neccessary training to obtain CDL license and School bus permit. Come join our dedicated team of drivers and transportation paraeducators that serve as an extension of the classroom.
If interested please visit the Lincoln Public Schools Webpage at www.lps.org. Go to the Human Resources section and then click on the Lincoln Public Schools Recruitment System link to apply.