The fate of a school bus driver on the line Tuesday night in red river parish after she allegedly segregated children on a school bus. There was an unexpected twist to this story at this evening`s meeting. A representative from the superintendent`s office showed up with results of an investigation conducted after the incident. He told the school board the superintendent`s office found the children were not moved because of racism. Instead he told said bus driver Dolores Davis was simply following last year`s seating chart. He also showed up with a letter from Davis asking the board to approve her retirement after twenty five years of service. The board approved the request the children`s family members were not pleased. A family member of the children in question told the board the black children were asked to give up their seats to white students and were not allowed to have drinks on the bus. As the family member was making her comments the representative from the superintendent`s office asked her to stopped because Davis was a tenured employee and personnel issues about her can not be discussed in public with out her consent.