Troops have been brought in to battle a "severe" and "desperate" bus driver shortage to prevent transportation chaos at the start of another school year.
"I want to be very clear: This type of behavior is unacceptable and it will not be tolerated," said the school district's superintendent.
Prior to the first day, the Boston school bus drivers' union said the 2021-2022 school year was "by far the worst fiasco we've witness in our careers."
An architecture grad student bought the 1995 bus back in 2020, and immediately set about turning the space into a luxurious and sustainable home.
Several other school districts across the nation are also experiencing a shortage of bus drivers amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
"Just to be able to act that quickly and selflessly. It takes incredible courage for kids to act like that so young," said Superintendent Tim Webster.
COVID-19 along with hiring practices has wreaked havoc on the extended hiring of bus drivers which is causing widespread issues as in-person classes resume for millions of students.
"He's like a friend to me, because I don't have many friends in the school, but it's OK because I just like to make people happy in the world."
The 2-year-old was later reunited with his mother, and police determined the case to be an accident, meaning no charges were filed.
Footage of a 6-year-old girl being dragged down the street by her school bus has been released amid the civil trial against the driver.
Cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) tech allows infrastructure to communicate with vehicles allowing for safer school zones and shorter bus routes.
At one point, the young student told the driver, "You don't have to cuss at me like that." The driver has since been fired.
According to a statement written by the child, the bus driver slapper her for not wearing her mask above her nose.
Some of the children used cellphones to call their parents, and one parent flagged down a deputy to inform authorities about the armed man on the bus.
The Florida school worker spent 31 days in an intensive care unit before she died earlier this month.
The elementary student had just got off a school bus when a white pickup truck pulled up and the weapon was aimed at the child who raised their arms.
WFLA reported that while some students were wearing face coverings, they were sitting close together, at times on the same seat.
Bus drivers from the nation's second-largest public school district paraded around downtown L.A. to demand funding to help schools in the state reopen safely. On Thursday, California became the first state to report over 600,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Oregon grandfather Doug Hayes surprised his 10 grandchildren by purchasing a personal school bus to ferry them to and from the small Christian school they attend in Gladstone.
The driver of the bus, which was taking students home from Buffalo Creek Middle School, made all of the kids exit the vehicle while he called emergency services.
Michelle Passley, 44, was arrested after she bought beer at a gas station convenience store and drank it while picking up students in Aurora, Illinois, police said.
The male buck weighed around 200 pounds, according to reports.
Zion Baker was dragged for around 10 feet before he was able to free himself, but was then run over by the bus's back tire.
The New York State Division of Human Rights has been asked to open an investigation into an alleged hate crime on a school bus.
The 14-year-old male suspect was detained by the Fredericton Police Force at about 10 p.m. on Saturday after the vehicle was stopped using a spike strip following a 30-minute chase.
Woman claimed she grabbed her weapon because she had seen "dangerous animals" coming out of the woods, but also admitted her son told her he was being bullied by classmates.
Lilian Waldron, a 10-year-old from Green Bay, was left with severe bruising on her arm following the incident.
When the child reluctantly exited the bus he was attacked by another child, footage showed.