A staffing shortage in Southwest Florida is causing concern as we get closer to the beginning of the school year.
Although Lee County has hired some drivers, they’ve also lost some. And with school starting Aug. 10, the district just doesn’t have enough bus drivers to get kids to and from school on time.
While they need 139 bus drivers, the Lee County Schools Transportation Director, Roger Lloyd, knows that’s not going to happen. They’re going to work with what they have, so Lloyd’s asking parents and students for patience. That’s because “The reality is the buses are
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