While you are getting your kids ready for the first day of school, there are some changes to be aware of.
The College Station Independent School District will switch the bus lanes and parent drop/pickup lanes at Oakwood Intermediate and A&M Consolidated Middle School.
At AMCMS, the bus lane will be moved to the Anderson Street driveway (next to the football field), and the parent drop/pickup lane will move to the Holik driveway.
At Oakwood, the bus lane will move to Timber Street Drive and the parent drop/pickup lane will move to Oakwood's Holik driveway.
The city will no longer allow parking/waiting on Park Place in order to allow buses to travel along this street.
For more information on these changes, contact CSISD Transportation at 764-5440.
KBTX is helping make sure the first day of school goes smoothly for everyone. News 3 will start its "Back to School" coverage Monday at 6 a.m.
Watch Brazos Valley this Morning for news you need to know, including what areas to avoid during your Monday morning commute and what the weather is going to be like for the first day of school.
Plus, for more school related information, check out our "Back to School," section on KBTX.com.
News 3 is excited to help you kick off the 2008-2009 school year.
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