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2151 W. Washington St.
West Bend, WI 53095
United States

(262) 334-3146


Some of our clients have been kind enough to share feedback on their experience working with our bussing service. Here’s are some of our appreciated remarks.

"On behalf of the Friends of Horicon Marsh, l would like to express our thanks for your generous support of our 2017 Candlelight Hike, Thank you for friendly and reliable shuttle service - the event certainly wouldn't run smoothly without you! Considering the lack of snow and muddy conditions, we were pleased with the estimated l,000+ visitors, many of whom had never been to the Candlelight Hike. Everyone enjoyed the evening and it has become a very popular family event!"

- Julie Church, Business Manager
Friends of Horicon Marsh Education & Visitor Center

"I have had nothing but positive working experiences with Johnson Bus Company and would highly recommend them for a district's bussing services. They have been proactive offering required training for drivers as well as meeting regularly with the drivers to emphasize the importance of safety and student management."

- Gary W. Cumberland, Shawano School District Superintendent

"On behalf of the City of Shawano Park & Recreation Department, I would like to thank you for participating in the 10th annual Touch-A-Truck program. I truly appreciate your time and dedication involved in supporting this event. It was a real showing of community spirit. Without such support, a program like this would not be possible. The excitement of the children was wonderful to witness and the parents were very appreciative. I look forward to working with you again next year!"

- Dana Dillenburg, Shawano Park & Recreation Department Coordinator

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"At Oakfield Elementary School there is a very intelligent student; he is an energetic boy who happens to have a few special needs. Despite his age, he LOVES the Green Bay Packers, they don’t have a more loyal fan. The Packers dominate many of his conversations, he even keeps statistics on the players and team. Nothing is more fascinating to this young boy.

As part of Oakfield Elementary’s PBIS system, students can earn tickets for good behavior. They can use their tickets for various items or to put in jars for specials drawings.

This fall, once a week, a class got keep a life-size cardboard cutout of Packer star receiver Jordy Nelson. At the end of the season, PBIS tickets could be used in a raffle for the Jordy cutout. Of course our young student worked very hard to earn tickets so that he could put all his tickets in the Jordy raffle. You can imagine how he felt when did not win the raffle. But that is not the end of the story.

One of our dedicated bus drivers from Johnson Bus Service has developed a special relationship with this student. He knew how much the student loves the Packers and how much he wanted to win the Jordy cutout.

The bus driver happened to be driving the bus to a sporting event shortly after the driving. He was at Randolph High School, when to his surprise, there was a life-size cutout of Jordy Nelson! He made it his mission to find a way to get Jordy for the student. He searched for a Randolph staff member who could help him out. He offered to purchase Jordy for the student. He went on to explain the situation. The staff was so moved by his story they let him take Jordy with him for free.

The bus driver stopped by Oakfield High School where the student’s father works to tell him what he found for his son and asked if the boy could ride how with his father instead of taking the bus that day. The driver completed his route and then headed to the student’s house to make a special delivery. Words cannot express the joy the student felt upon seeing his surprise. It’s hard to overstate the effect this act of kindness had on the student with special needs."

- Fon du Lac Reporter

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"Thank you again for your support of our ministry and donating the school bus for our summer end staff gathering. The staff had an enjoyable time going to the Texas Roudhouse and then to Badger Sports Park for go-karting and mini-golf. The support and gifts such as these are quite meaningful and I appreciate that."

- Mike Klemp-North, Director, Outdoor Ministry

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"On behalf of the Back 2 School Fair Committee and the children of Washington County, I wanted to thank you for you support of our efforts this past summer. With your help we were able to collect over $15,000 in school supplies. This allowed us to equip over 500 youths with the supplies needed to begin the school year. In addition to providing backpacks and school supplies, over 300 kids received free haircuts, dental screenings and vision screenings. We could not do this without your continued support. Thank you!"

- John Presto, Committee Chair, Stuff the Bus & Back 2 School Fair

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"Our parochial schools and our public school leaders remain very pleased with the service and care of the Johnson Family. The family business represents the care they have taken to ensure quality for generations. That care continues. Johnson Bus is one of the major service providers in the region. They serve many districts. We have continued to receive quality service, responsive care when concerns arise, and the primary focus has been the safety of the students. Johnson Bus Company has my highest recommendation."

- Ted Neitzke, Superintendent, West Bend School District

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"It may be a premature, but I want to give your crew a HUGE THANK YOU!!! Last week’s bus drivers were great, on time or early, and even delighted me with signs in the bus windows for our Friday morning tours. I love working with you and Johnson Bus!"

- Julie Schuster, Coordinator of Pre-College Programs, Milwaukee School of Engineering

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"On June 13, 2013, TeamSmile partnered with the Milwaukee Brewers to help area children receive the free dental care and education. Many organizations do not have to funds to transport the children to and from their organization to Miller Stadium so we rely on corporations like Johnson School Busing to assist us with this. It was such a surprise when the owner, Dan Johnson said he would do this free of charge. Johnson School Bus Service transported 223 children so they could receive the treatment and experience a wonderful day at Miller Stadium. Our program is successful because of corporations like Johnson School Bus Service, organizations who give of their time and sponsorship dollars to make a difference in children’s lives."

Kellie Reneau, Executive Director, TeamSmile

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"Just wanted to tell you that you have a great bus driver working for you. His name is Woody, don't know his last name. Last year and this year he has been driving the West Bend East Volleyball team to games in which my daughter plays varsity. They truly love him. He always has positive words for them. Yesterday we were up in Appleton for a tournament and they took first place. The team asked that they take a team picture and insisted that he be in it. Just thought you would like to know about an extraordinary employee that has had an impact on these young ladies."

- Debbie Geidel, Mother of West Bend East Volleyball Player

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"Just a note to let you know... Teachers are praising your drivers today. Well informed, know where they were going, courteous, very good drivers. Thank you for the marvelous trip."

- Anonymous Teacher, St. Katharine Drexel School