BUSING WITHOUT A CLUE
Yesterday, students at Woodburn Elementary did not get on a bus until an hour after the school day ended, due to the ongoing bus scheduling problems.
And the school day now ends at Woodburn Elementary 10 minutes later than it did at the start of the year, apparently to accommodate the failed bus scheduling.
If school ends 10 minutes later now, how can it be that it does not begin ten minutes later too? Will Woodburn students end the school year weeks before the other schools because they have put in more time? Or will they remain prisoner to lousy bus planning?
Is the bus director now dictating the school system’s hours of operation? Maybe next, the teachers will be driving the buses. They might as well since they are doing plenty of extra bus duty as it is.
Will the teachers be paid extra for the extra duty?
Parents are asking where on earth their children are, and why aren’t they home already?
Who directs the bus circus? Does this person have any experience in busing?