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The School Operations Department consists of the Transportation Division and the Maintenance Division.


 The Transportation Department employs 2 mechanics and 38 bus drivers to transport students to and from all Pike County Schools. Our school buses travel approximately 1700 miles each day and use approximately 300 gallons of diesel fuel each day. Each bus is serviced at least once a month. Each bus driver has to have two special designations on their driver's license to be able to drive a bus. They must have CDL license to operate the large vehicle and a P & S endorsement. They also have to have a Bus Driver's certification issued by the State of Alabama.


The Pike County Board of Education provides 750,000 square feet of heated and cooled space for the students, faculty and administration of the Pike County School System located at Brundidge, Banks and Goshen, Alabama. This space is maintained by the Maintenance Department, and includes classrooms, lunchrooms, kitchens, football stadiums, hallways, restrooms, schools operations and technology offices and work areas, and various types of air conditioning and heating systems. The goal of the Maintenance Department is to support the goals and objectives of the board while staying within budget. It is important to the maintenance department to effectively use tax payer dollars supporting the students of the Pike County School System.



Mr. Mike Johnson 334-566-1850  Extn: 81106
Maintenance and Transportation Director Email Mr. Mike Johnson
Mrs. Bonnie Spellman 334-566-1850  Extn: 81102
Maintenance and Transportation Secretary Email Mrs. Bonnie Spellman
Mr. Tom Hicks 334-566-1850  Extn: 81130
Director of Finance and Operations Email Mr. Tom Hicks
101 W. Love Street | Troy, AL 36081 | 334.566.1850

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