BOULDER, Colo. (KDVR) — Boulder Valley School District says school bus driver shortages, construction traffic and bad weather led to a situation Friday night in which students had to wait more than 45 minutes outside in the rain for a bus.
“That doesn’t live up to our expectations. We don’t ever want to have students have to wait out in the rain,” district spokesman Randy Barber said.
According to Barber, five separate buses should have been scheduled to transport students from the Fairview High School football team and marching band back and forth for their game at Christian Recht Field. However, because of a shortage of drivers, the available buses had to make multiple trips to shuttle everyone.
“That wasn’t a big issue on the front end of the…
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