A middle schooler got on my bus this evening and said mr johnny im hungry. I said why are you hungry buddy? Didn't you eat lunch ? He said no sir I didn't have any money on my account. I said they would let you charge it? No sir. Huh! What! This child is already on reduced lunch and we can't let him eat. Are you kidding me? I'm certain there was leftover food thrown away today. But kids were turned away because they didn't have .40 on there account . As a tax payer, I would much rather feed a child than throw it away.His friends and family agreed with him, making the post go viral overnight. Too bad his employers weren't as empathetic. The following morning, he was called into the school office by a school superintendent. Cook was given two options: He could take back his Facebook status and issue an apology or he could be terminated. The reason? The school superintendent says he went against the school's Facebook policy. Cook wholeheartedly believed in what he said and he wasn't about to take it back. And so, that morning, he left his job as a bus driver for Haralson County Middle School. He has zero regrets.