Herscher secures Bus Drivers, will no longer be forced to stagger start/dismissal times in District 


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HERSCHER – Herscher CUSD #2 students will no longer need to worry about possible staggered start and dismissal times this fall.

District Superintendent Dr. Richard S. Decman made the announcement a letter to parents today.

“I am happy to report the District has been able to employ enough drivers to cover all of our routes to start the school year.” Decman said in the statement. “I want to personally thank our community for getting the word out of our desperate need for drivers.”

A letter was sent out to parents two weeks ago announcing the possibility of staggering start and dismissal times if the district was unable to secure enough bus drivers.

Baring any unforeseen changes, all schools will start at 8:00 a.m. and dismiss at 3:05 p.m. after the 1st day of school.


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