Martin County School Board votes to change busing rules, phase out bus stops

 

Board members considered eliminating bus routes for more than 1100 students who live within two miles of their school, and for now, do not have hazardous walking conditions, according to state standards. (Source: WPTV)

From WPTV: Martin County parents were dealt with some painful deja vu Tuesday, as the school board once again debated cutting bus routes from certain students.

The state does not pay for bus routes for students who live within two miles of their school, unless there are hazardous conditions.

Tuesday, board members ultimately decided to spare students who currently use the bus until they age out of their school.

Future students will have to comply with the state’s two-mile rule.

For the complete story: https://www.wptv.com/news/region-martin-county/martin-county-school-board-votes-to-change-bussing-rules-phase-out-bus-stops

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