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Originally Posted by mammastar2
That's not the bus company's call to make, though. If all the adults in a family agree that this is the kid's schedule, and there are no 'horror stories' to speak of, it really can't be the bus company's place to say "oh, but on the days you go to your mom's house you can't take the bus because it's not your 'primary' home."
I don't think the child needs a lot of outside messages telling him that his home life is somehow inadequate - by the bus company's standards, for heaven's sake!
Originally Posted by Flor
I still think it is none of the school's business how many houses dss has. No updates yet, though.
Originally Posted by Madre Piadosa
I can see that it would be more work for the bus company- but really to make this an issue about parents responsibility just doesn't seem to be the case here.
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