Superintendent Hanna works as crossing guard

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By: Charles Roop | WCTV Eyewitness News
February 8, 2018

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) -- First a substitute teacher, then a school resource officer. Then, on Thursday, Leon County Schools Superintendent Rocky Hanna saw what life as a school crossing guard was like.

Hanna served at Kate Sullivan Elementary in the morning and at Bond Elementary in the afternoon.

He says it gives him a chance to understand the challenges of different jobs and have face-to-face discussions with students and employees.

"It gives me a chance to interact with kids, which after 25 years in a school, that's part of what I miss the most. The daily interaction with the kids," he explained.

Up next for Hanna: grounds crew work in two weeks, and custodial work after that.

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