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Some Akron Public Schools students could experience delays Monday morning due to bus driver shortage

A release from APS says that multiple buses will now cover certain routes and result in some children arriving to school later than expected.

AKRON, Ohio — Some Akron Public Schools (APS) students and families will experience a school bus delay on Monday, December 6, due to driver shortages. 

A release from APS says that multiple buses will now cover certain routes and result in some children arriving to school later than expected.

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Students who ride the following buses should expect delays Monday: 

  • 466 - Litchfield, Schumacher 
  • 447 - STEM Middle, IPS 
  • 569 - Litchfield, Findley and 
  • IPS 433 - STEM Middle, King and Rimer 
  • 467 - Jennings, Harris/Jackson - main campus 

At this time, officials with the school district say that plans may have to adjust accordingly if they receive any further call-offs. 

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