Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools will not be able to transport all 25,000 students this fall who depend on the district’s bus system.
The reason? The district can’t attract enough bus drivers due to growing demand and enhanced benefits offered by other Savannah area commercial transport and logistics companies, officials told The Current.
“We have other transportation companies or industries in our area that are able to attract some of our team members or folks when they offer different incentives for them,” according to Tammy Perkins, Lead Director, Special Education/Training at SCCPSS Transportation Department.
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