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Instead, all busing was done within single urban areas.
Wake is North Carolina’s largest district, but CMS is its busing capital, with almost 1,100 buses on the road taking students to 176 schools, including many magnets that pull students from a large area.
Officials are considering several scenarios, including consolidating multiple schools onto one campus, mapping creative busing routes and possibly dividing the school day and assigning different groups of students to morning and afternoon sessions.
Extracurriculars such as sports and forensics, as well as musical opportunities of band, choir and hand chimes, are offered, along with busing and hot lunch.
This is the option preferred by the bridge authority staff, Sweeney said, and would save the state $200,000 in busing expenses.
Every part of the TCU football team knew it days before arriving and certainly in the hours before busing into Boone Pickens Stadium.
Quality, functionality, and an elevated busing experience are at the core the of brand’s ethos.
Busing changes With Lincoln students swelling the number of students needing to ride school buses, district officials sought to streamline busing operations.
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