The Clyde-Savannah Central School District is putting in-person classes on pause, due to a bus driver shortage.
Superintendent Mike Hayden sent a letter to parents Thursday, saying the district would go to remote learning for the day. News 10 NBC reports the Brockport School District also went remote for the same reason.
No word whether classes will return to normal Friday.
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