HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) – Huber Heights City Schools said Thursday there would be changes and significant delays to its bus routes Friday.
The district said more than half of their bus drivers would be off Friday, December 3 due to illness. As a result, bus routes will be double and tripled out to get all students to school. The school said delay times range from 15 minutes to 45 minutes.
Friday morning, Austin Westfall, of the Huber Heights City Schools transportation department told 2 NEWS all available drivers were helping and it was “all hands on deck” to make sure students got to school Friday. Supervisors are helping and Westfall said the transportation department staff is going “above and beyond” to get students to class.
Thursday the district said, “Right now, we anticipate that some Weisenborn buses may be 15-20 minutes late, some Wright Brothers and Charles Huber buses may be 20-30 minutes late and some Valley Forge, Rushmore and Monticello buses may be 30-45 minutes late.”
For additional information on busing and delays, visit the district’s website.