Wednesday was the first day of school for South Bend Schools, and along with it carried several busing problems.
However the second day was much smoother.
Several parents whot originally called Newscenter Sixteen on Wednesday with complaints about the transportation system say those issues were resolved Thursday.
Wednesday there were reports, that some of the buses were late getting to school and picking kids up. Plus some students were dropped off at the wrong locations or were getting on the wrong bus.
However the school district says these problems are to be expected on the first day especially with a school district as large as South Bend.
Thursday the district issued a statement.
Sue Coney, spokeswoman for South Bend Schools Corporation says, "The transportation department uses a GPS system to track bus activity. This was in place yesterday during the first day of school. The my-stop GPS system for parents has now been activated so they may track the movements of their child's bus. "
There was a bus that was late picking up students at Jackson Intermediate.
That bus was late because there were some problems on previous routes, picking up kids at the primary schools.
Thursday Newscenter Sixteen received a phone call from a parent worried about their son in kindergarten after he boarded a school bus accidentally, instead of a getting inside a car waiting outside of the school.