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Good help is hard to find. Just ask White Rock resident Keith Rosenbaum.
School just started and he’s already tackling his first obstacle as transportation supervisor for Los Alamos Public Schools. The beginning of the school year kicked off with a bus driver shortage.
Parts of Rosenbaum’s duties include hiring bus drivers for the school district, something that’s not always easy.
Potential bus drivers must pass a background check, obtain their CDL certification and be able to work with children. Rosenbaum said that there is a number of substitute drivers the district can call upon, “but we’ll be in a position where we have to use them more than we usually would.”
Though the district is facing this shortage, Rosenbaum is confident that he’ll find enough drivers to cover the vacancies.
He is no stranger to overcoming obstacles. As a pastor at the Nazarene Church in White Rock, he’s seen his share of challenges.
“That’s why I believe that we (he and his family) came here, because of some of the challenges within the community. My hope is that I can make a difference,” Rosenbaum said.
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