A substitute bus driver in Delaware likely won’t be hauling kids around any longer after video surfaced of her yelling at students.
The incident happened Thursday on a bus carrying kids from Everett Mathis Middle School in Middletown, district officials tell NBC10. A parent said the driver started yelling after her 11-year-old son complained about supposedly being bullied.
In a statement, the district said a transportation supervisor quickly took action to address the issue and that they are taking steps to “ensure that this individual will not drive” for the district again.
Parents are being notified about what happened, the district said.