Washington County schools hires Army veteran as new transportation supervisor

Johnson City Press • Updated Apr 17, 2018 at 7:33 PM

The Washington County School System has a new transportation supervisor.

Director of Schools Kimber Halliburton announced in a press release Tuesday that Timothy Post would be taking over the position left vacant after the former supervisor, Randy Adams, was fired.

Post, a veteran, served as the non-commissioned officer in charge in Army Special Operations from 1997-2001. While deployed to Afghanistan, Post coordinated with local contractors, the United Nations and other organizations to secure contracts to build roads, schools, wells and deliver goods and services to outlying villages in over four provinces. 

Post fills the position after Adams was fired early last month after he was unable to provide records of random drug testing for school bus drivers. Halliburton asked Adams for the records after two county bus drivers were suspended in the course of a week. One of the drivers was charged with driving under the influence.

Post will be responsible for supervising county bus drivers, including administering random drug tests.

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