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GCS offering shuttle services to some high schools amid bus driver shortage

The shuttles will be driven by school staff who volunteered to help and are qualified to drive a school bus.

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Guilford County Schools will offer several shuttle stops to take some high school students to campus. The shuttle service started Monday. 

Grimsley High School posted on Facebook over the weekend that they would be providing four shuttle bus locations. Guilford County Schools later announced a plan to add more shuttle stops for various high schools, including Page, Dudley, Smith, Andrews and High Point Central. 

The shuttles will only serve apartment complexes and neighborhoods where GCS data indicates there are large numbers of students who ride district school buses. 

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The shuttles will be driven by school staff who volunteered to help and are qualified to drive a school bus.

Students will scan their One Cards as usual when they get on the shuttle bus.   

The shuttles cannot exceed capacity or make additional runs to pick up more students.

You can see the planned bus shuttle stops for Page, Grimsley, Dudley, Smith, Andrews and High Point Central high schools below: 

Credit: Guilford Co. Schools
Credit: Guilford Co. Schools

You can find the link on the district's website here.