After outraged parents protest, Martin County School Board reinstates last year’s bus stops

Superintendent Laurie Gaylord said the board also reversed the decision Friday because of new information that came to their attention just this week. (Source: WPTV)


From WPTV: The Martin County School District decided Friday afternoon to reinstate 90 bus stops that were previously removed from routes for the upcoming school year.

More than 600 children were impacted, learning their bus stops were being eliminated because their walk to school is no longer considered hazardous.

Parents were outraged. Some parents explained their kids would have to cross US 1 or pass by sex offenders’ homes or a homeless camp to walk to school.

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