‘This is for you’: School bus drivers find creative way to honor Class of 2020. With schools across the country canceling graduations, the bus drivers for Loveland City School District found a way to celebrate the Class of 2020. Lisa Moorhead, who's been a bus driver for 23 years and organized the event, told TODAY that it took about 3 1/2 hours to put together. She added that the seven drivers involved only knew they'd done it correctly when an art teacher in the district flew a drone to look at the busses from above. "We didn’t have our last days with any of the kids in district," she said. "We thought (school closing) was going to be three weeks, but it turned out to be the rest of the year. As bus drivers, we bond with our kids. We’re the first ones they see in the morning and the last ones before they go home." "Some of us have been around long enough to transport these kids since kindergarten, and some of us have only been working with the district for a few years, but the one thing we all have in common is the love for our students," said Jennifer Bloom Bowman. "This is a huge accomplishment and anyway we can show them some love, we will do it. So here's to the Class of 2020. Your bus drivers are proud of all of you."