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Submitted by Guest3434 (not verified) on Mon, 04/27/2009 - 4:31pm.
When my daughter attended preschool at the age of three and a half for speech therapy, she rode one of the short special needs buses with a driver and an aide. She was in a car seat in the front, right behind the driver. My mom called me at work to tell me the bus never showed one evening, and after calling everyone in the county including the sherrif's dept., the school bus coordinator called us back to say she was bringing my daughter home. The story was that my daughter fell asleep so the driver forgot about her and went home and parked the bus. They are supposed to sweep the bus, and at some point the aide had to get off, but no one saw my daughter? I told the coordinator either she was crazy or thought I was if she thought I believed that lame excuse, but the driver was fired and that was the end of it. Just like this group, they had twelve students between five people. If these bus drivers and teachers are so distracted or so inattentive that they can lose students in that small a group, then they do not need to be in charge. And unfortunately, the parents will probably never learn the real story unless their child is able to tell them.
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