FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - As summer starts coming to a close, the school year is starting to get revved up.
Fort Wayne Community Schools is currently going through bus inspections this week. Inspections of all school buses in the state of Indiana is required by law.
FWCS is Indiana's largest school district and with 300 buses, Transportation Director Frank Jackson says inspecting them is no easy task.
Jackson says Fort Wayne Community Schools has a 100% passing rate on their bus inspections so far this year. They're also working to meet new bus guidelines passed by Senate Bill 2.
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