Pujaro Valley Unified School District bus routes are back to normal

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Pujara Valley Unified School District said Tuesday that bus service for students is “back to normal” as of Tuesday. “Today, we have returned to normal transport services on all 28 general routes and 26 special routes,” said a district spokesperson. More than 5,000 students were affected by the shortage of bus drivers on Monday due to the illness of school bus drivers. The district said the action was illegal and violated the CSEA collective bargaining agreement. The resignation began on Friday. On Monday, the district was again forced to cancel all bus routes except for special education students, leaving parents scrambling for alternative transportation. The district appears to be embarrassed by the illness because it reached a preliminary contract agreement with union leaders that includes a 12.5% ​​pay increase and $4,800 in retention and one-time bonuses. The county told KSBW 8 they need 18 more drivers to be fully staffed and are offering a $5,000 hiring bonus.

Pujara Valley Unified School District said Tuesday that bus service for students is “back to normal” as of Tuesday.

“Today, we have returned to normal transport services on all 28 general routes and 26 special routes,” said a district spokesperson.

More than 5,000 students were affected by the shortage of bus drivers on Monday due to the illness of school bus drivers. The district said the action was illegal and violated the CSEA collective bargaining agreement

The strike began on Friday. On Monday, the district was again forced to cancel all bus routes except for special education students, leaving parents scrambling to find alternative transportation.

The county is apparently embarrassed by the hospital because it reached a preliminary contract agreement with union leaders that calls for a 12.5% ​​wage increase, as well as $4,800 in retention and one-time bonuses.

The the district told KSBW 8 that they need 18 more drivers to be fully staffed and are offering a $5,000 hiring bonus.

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