FAIRBORN — Fairborn City Schools announced it has temporarily stopped transportation for students until the end of the month due to coronavirus.
The district made the announcement Wednesday evening and the stoppage will be in place until Nov. 30.
“The Fairborn City School District continues to struggle with COVID-19/quarantine of staff in the Transportation Department,” the district said in a statement.
Fairborn is not the only local district facing bus transportation issues for students. Earlier this week, Kettering Middle School was unable to provide transportation for some students due to a bus driver shortage in that school district.
Fairborn said it also will be unable to provide bus transportation for Career Center and private school students that traditionally use Fairborn schools buses to get to class.
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