Seymour Community Schools officials are working to make busing and parking safer at each of the district’s buildings in the wake of an incident that left a student injured this past December.
Transportation director Tim Fosbrink recently shared a list of problem areas and suggestions for how to improve traffic flow at the schools, as staff writer January Wetzel reported this past week.
Logan Garner, 13, a seventh-grader, was leaving school one December afternoon when he was struck by a school bus as he was walking home after school. Fortunately Logan is doing well, his mother said. His lower left leg was injured when the rear wheels of a school bus ran over him.
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