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Missouri School District Offers Parents Money to Drive Students to School

St. Louis Public Schools has turned to its parents for help with its ongoing bus driver shortage, reported People.

The St. Louis Public Schools district reportedly sent a letter to parents on April 29, explaining a new incentive plan that will pay parents to drive their children to school due to the bus driver shortage.

Families are eligible to participate if children are not tardy or absent more than once a week.

Families will receive a gas card until May 13, after which time all families ithat transport their children will receive $75 during the last two weeks of school.

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