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Kari Wichers and her husband inspect the tires, stop signs and signals on their yellow school buses before sunrise every weekday morning. At 6:15 am, she is on her way to the first bus stop to pick up a group of students with special needs – she affectionately calls them “my children” – for trips […]

(Stock Photo by Shutterstock) Javanda May, a Slidell mom, said her 9th grade son was struggling to transition to virtual learning when the COVID-19 pandemic broke out. May’s son should have precautions for his attention deficit disorder – including text-to-speech shelters, small group classes and mental health services, but “pretty much none of his precautions […]