DPS continues the conversation with parents about issues in the district
DAYTON, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) – Dayton Public Schools is continuing to listen to parents about issues within the district with a series of town halls throughout the city.
Superintendent Rhonda Corr met with parents at Wogeman Middle School May 11 to talk about their ongoing concerns, and some parents said their questions haven’t been fully answered.
The district has been catching heat over contract negotiations with teachers and allegedly fixed football games, where they were hit with a hefty fine.
Most of all, parents want fixes to the ongoing busing issues.
Corr told FOX 45 she knows DPS has had some big problems, and she plans to outline the distrct’s new transporation plan for parents that is supposed to save money and get kids to school on time. That proposal includes shifting bus schedule and moving some kids to the RTA.
FOX 45’s Shavon Anderson has continued to hear from parents that they’re debating to move out of the district into new communities by the fall.
Tune in to FOX 45 at 10 p.m. or ABC 22 at 11 p.m. for more about what parents had to say to the district at the town hall.