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Guilford County Schools students to use city buses instead of school buses: Here's how it will work in Greensboro, High Point

GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Guilford County Schools students at certain schools will switch from the traditional yellow buses to city buses starting Monday as the district grapples with a deepening bus driver shortage.

On Friday, GCS Superintendent Sharon Contreras said that the school district had worked out the arrangement with Greensboro Transit and High Point Transit to provide free service to those students.

High school students in the Greensboro and High Point areas will use city buses for at least two weeks. For high school students in the county where there are no city buses, yellow buses will continue to pick up and drop off students.

Yellow buses will also continue to pick up elementary and middle school students.

She said parents will receive information about how to access bus routes, and she encouraged any parents who could to drive their children to school to so.

The following high schools will be affected by this change:

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