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HTRS Board Approves Transportation Adjustments

(KLZA)-- With the closing of the school at Table Rock, there will be some changes for HTRS School District patrons to get used to for the 2016-17 school year.

During last weeks HTRS Board meeting, decisions were made concerning bus routes and activity routes. There will continue to be six daily bus routes to get students in the very large geographic district to class and back home. However, Superintendent Sherri Edmundson says there will be some changes in pickup points in the towns making up the HTRS district.  

Because of busy highways in Dawson and Stella there will be two pickup points. One on each side of the highway that runs through the communities. There will only be one pickup and drop-off point in the communities of Elk Creek, Nemaha, Pawnee City, Shubert, Steinauer, Table Rock and Verdon.  

Another change is the deletion of the activity bus routes after various practices for Middle School students. When there were practices at Table Rock for Middle School students in years past, an activity bus would drop off students and Humboldt at the school and in one place in Dawson and Shubert.

The HTRS District includes parts of Richardson, Pawnee and Nemaha counties.  


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