With a fleet of 50-some school buses, transportation staff members have a lot of cleaning to do during the cold and flu season.
Now, there is something available that makes cleaning a little easier.
It's called a sanitation fogger, basically a can of anti-viral cleaner that sprays down the entire bus.
"We take a can, we put it in the bus, we puncture the can, and then we close all the doors and windows, and it fogs the bus and sanitizes it and disinfects the whole entire bus," said Ohio County Schools transportation director Dave Ziegler.
School officials have been using the method now for a few years.
But during cold and flu season, these foggers are in high demand.
"We try to do it at least once a month; it's on an as-needed basis. If the bus driver sees that there are more kids missing for being ill, then the bus driver will come in, get a can and use it," said Ziegler.
The fogging devices are so efficient that, as soon as you puncture the can, it takes only five minutes for it to work.
The disinfectants have been used so much that the transportation department ran out and had to order more.
The fogger is so powerful, school officials said, it can kill HIV, herpes, e-coli and even the bug that causes staph infections.
Besides using the fogging method, Ziegler said that hand sanitizers are installed on each bus, and drivers are required to wipe the seats down once a week.