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Editor's Picks 2019: Videos of the Year

Posted on December 18, 2019

One of SBF's top video picks for 2019 is a Florida school district's parody of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.
One of SBF's top video picks for 2019 is a Florida school district's parody of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus.
A creative parody about the challenges of pupil transportation and an anti-trafficking campaign featuring school buses were a couple of School Bus Fleet's web highlights in 2019. Here are details on these two standout videos, with links to view them.

School Bus Songs: Washboard Road
Jay Heilman, a bus driver with Pasco County (Fla.) Schools, was joined by other members of the district’s transportation staff as he detailed the trials and triumphs of pupil transportation in his own catchy version of Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus. Watch the video here.

Georgia School Buses in Campaign Represent Trafficked Children
This video highlighted a campaign from the anti-trafficking nonprofit organization Street Grace, which included 72 buses and transportation staff from Gwinnett County Public Schools. Watch the video here.

Related Topics: Florida, Georgia, Year in Review

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