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Dayton-area schools see busing problems for different reasons, some COVID-19 related

Dayton Daily News |

Fairborn and Troy city schools will not bus students to school Tuesday because of a number of bus drivers are quarantining or tested positive for COVID-19.

Kettering, meanwhile, has a “crisis shortage” of bus drivers as it returned to in-person instruction Monday for the first time since March, said Kari Basson, Kettering’s head of community relations. Kettering’s problem involves six schools, is expected to continue and is not directly due to — but complicated by — the coronavirus, Basson said.