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Paulding school board weighs single bus routes

 

By STEVE MAJOR

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PAULDING – Paulding Exempted Village Schools held a board meeting on Dec. 21 where superintendent Pat Ross reported to the board about the proposal to run single bus routes.

“It will be an administrative decision, but we will keep the board well informed,” said Ross.

“We are considering having all the schools running on the same schedule of 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. so that we could run a single bus route and save money. We are meeting with staff to talk about this and discuss the pros and cons.

 

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