A Change.org petition is making its way around social media this week after parents learned that bus service would not be offered this year for Raymore-Peculiar students living within one mile of their school. The petition comes a little more than week before the first day of school at Raymore-Peculiar, a district of about 6,000 students.
A Change.org petition is making its way around social media this week after parents learned that bus service would not be offered this year for Raymore-Peculiar students living within one mile of their school. The petition comes a little more than week before the first day of school at Raymore-Peculiar, a district of about 6,000 students. File TAMMY LJUNGBLAD/Kansas City Star
A Change.org petition is making its way around social media this week after parents learned that bus service would not be offered this year for Raymore-Peculiar students living within one mile of their school. The petition comes a little more than week before the first day of school at Raymore-Peculiar, a district of about 6,000 students. File TAMMY LJUNGBLAD/Kansas City Star

No bus service for some Ray-Pec elementary kids? Hundreds sign petition opposing measure

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