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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Several students in Ohio's capital school district will arrive up to half hour late to school until the end of September because of a shortage of bus drivers.
Students in Columbus City Schools are scheduled to start classes Wednesday, but the district on Tuesday announced that a deal to hire temporary bus drivers to fill in for permanent ones who have not completed training and earned a commercial driver's license has fallen through.
High school and middle school morning bus routes are expected to run on time, while some elementary school routes could be up to 30 minutes late.
Evening routes for elementary and middle schools won't experience delays. But high school students without public transit passes could be picked up more than two hours late.