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Falls City School District transportation report
06/14/2019

(KLZA)-- The Falls City School District Transportation Department covered nearly 137-thousand miles during the 2018-19 school year.

Transportation Director Rob Baker reported the eight rural bus routes accounted for 92,770 miles hauling an average of 305 students per day.

In addition, students were transported 44,111 miles to 349 school activities.

Baker said the harsh winter caused the cancellation of many school activities and multiple days when only the “emergency bus routes” were utilized. The weather was a major factor in reducing the overall miles traveled by the District 56 bus fleet this past school year.

 

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