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George R. Sontag

Transportation Supervisor

Centerville High School

HQ Phone:  (937) 439-3500

Email: g***@***.us

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Centerville High School

500 E. Franklin St.

Dayton, Ohio,45459

United States

Company Description

About Centerville High School (CHS): Centerville High School, established in 1885, is a public school of secondary education for approximately 2,800 students in grades 9-12 with staff of 192. It is the only high school in the Centerville City School District, ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Transportation Director

Worthington Kilbourne High School


President

Sontag Consulting


Affiliations

Ohio Association for Pupil Transportation

Charter Member


Web References(17 Total References)


George Sontag, Jr. Award | oapt.org

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GEORGE SONTAG AWARD
The George Sontag Jr. School Bus Driver of the Year is given in honor of OAPT Charter Member George Sontag Jr., to the school bus driver of the year as judged by the OAPT Officers. It is the intent of this award to recognize bus drivers who exhibit outstanding leadership and professional conduct in the school transportation field, both in the district they represent as well as in the State of Ohio. The award also recognizes bus drivers who have contributed to the advancement of pupil transportation as a profession. George R. Sontag, Jr. began his career at the age of 13, when he first began working on school buses at a small mom-and-pop garage in Miamiville, Ohio. In 1957, at age 18, he started driving a 1946 International that was owned by the garage for which he worked. The bus transported students to Indian Hill Schools. On April 5, 1965, he was hired as Transportation Supervisor at Indian Hill Local SD where he supervised 33 drivers, drove a bus, and was the mechanic. He also wore many other hats during his tenure at Indian Hill including Buildings and Grounds. On August 11, 1974, he was hired as Supervisor at Milford EVSD where he managed 57 drivers. He retired from Milford in 1991 after 34 years of service in school transportation. During his career, he worked as an expert witness in court trials involving school transportation. He has served both NAPT and OAPT in many ways including holding office and planning conferences. He has also worked as a school transportation consultant, which is what he thought he might do in retirement. And now, for the rest of the story: After being retired for about 18 months, George accepted the position of Transportation Supervisor for Centerville City SD. George has worked in the school transportation field longer than he has been married to his sweetheart Barb (almost 53 years), and longer than he has had children. He is dedicated to making sure that every child gets the opportunity to be the best they can be by starting and ending each day with a caring word from their school bus driver.


History of OAPT | oapt.org

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George Sontag, III


History of OAPT | oapt.org

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Many will notice the name of George Sontag, who is still actively employed as a pupil transportation administrators in the West Region at Centerville City SD.


George Sontag, Jr. Award | oapt.org

oapt.org [cached]

GEORGE SONTAG AWARD
The George Sontag Jr. School Bus Driver of the Year is given in honor of OAPT Charter Member George Sontag Jr., to the school bus driver of the year as judged by the OAPT Officers. It is the intent of this award to recognize bus drivers who exhibit outstanding leadership and professional conduct in the school transportation field, both in the district they represent as well as in the State of Ohio. The award also recognizes bus drivers who have contributed to the advancement of pupil transportation as a profession. George R. Sontag, Jr. began his career at the age of 13, when he first began working on school buses at a small mom-and-pop garage in Miamiville, Ohio. In 1957, at age 18, he started driving a 1946 International that was owned by the garage for which he worked. The bus transported students to Indian Hill Schools. On April 5, 1965, he was hired as Transportation Supervisor at Indian Hill Local SD where he supervised 33 drivers, drove a bus, and was the mechanic. He also wore many other hats during his tenure at Indian Hill including Buildings and Grounds. On August 11, 1974, he was hired as Supervisor at Milford EVSD where he managed 57 drivers. He retired from Milford in 1991 after 34 years of service in school transportation. During his career, he worked as an expert witness in court trials involving school transportation. He has served both NAPT and OAPT in many ways including holding office and planning conferences. He has also worked as a school transportation consultant, which is what he thought he might do in retirement. And now, for the rest of the story: After being retired for about 18 months, George accepted the position of Transportation Supervisor for Centerville City SD. George has worked in the school transportation field longer than he has been married to his sweetheart Barb (almost 53 years), and longer than he has had children. He is dedicated to making sure that every child gets the opportunity to be the best they can be by starting and ending each day with a caring word from their school bus driver.


School Bus Transportation News at STN Media

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George R. Sontag, transportation director at Centerville City Schools outside of Dayton, Ohio, said innovations also drive his mirror selection process.The district's Thomas Built Buses are equipped with Zomir's cross view mirrors, which he said show a larger viewing area and don't distort as much as other products the district has used.He added that he would use Zomir on all his 105 buses if each manufacturer supported them.


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