A Tuesday morning protest ends peacefully when parents' demands to get back their children's bus service were met.
"You tell me they ain't never rode a bus to school? You can't tell me that," said LaShuana Moore, JS Clark Parent.
At first, Moore was furious. One week after her children's first day at J.S. Clark Elementary, she was told they no longer had a bus, and would have to walk to school.
"I wouldn't be asking for a bus if they didn't have to cross the main street - Fourth Street," said Moore.
She and other angry parents decided to protest outside the Caddo Parish School Transportation Office, and district officials listened. Victor Maineiro with Caddo Schools shared the good news.
"Looking at the situation and talking to Transportation Director, we reassured those parents that their transportation will continue," said Mainiero.
For these parents it came down to their child's safe arrival at school and return home. They believed the very place for them was a school bus.
"We live in one of the highest crime areas in Shreveport. We stay in Allendale... We don't know who coming out the bushes trying to get their child because they don't have their right mind," said Moore.
While the district blames a computer program for the bus being canceled, these mothers are proud that they stood up for their children, and won.
"This is all I cared about was children's safety how they get to and from school with this bus? This was all they had to do at first. We would've never called all this here," said Moore.
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