OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – Whereas a lot of the nation continues to be dealing with shortages in the case of pupil transportation, Omaha Public Schools is attempting to make the subsequent college yr run smoother.
The district is attempting to deal with a few of these challenges by recommending some modifications.
Their proposal seems at changing the eligibility line for transportation from one mile to a mile and a half for elementary college college students.
For center college, they’re taking a look at altering the eligibility line from one and a half miles to 2 miles.
The variety of college students being transported would lower, due to this fact creating fewer routes to match the quantity that they know bus drivers can present.
Moreover, the proposal would change the gap from a home to a bus cease, by including two blocks.
What meaning is an elementary pupil could need to stroll as much as 4 blocks, a center schooler could be as much as six blocks, and a excessive schooler as much as eight blocks to get to their bus cease.
The district held 4 informational periods for households to ask questions concerning the modifications.
District workers will formally suggest these modifications to the Board of Training this Monday.
In the event that they approve, the modifications would take impact for the 2023-24 college yr.
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