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Buses line up at Whitman-Hanson High to pick up students. Buses line up at Whitman-Hanson High to pick up students. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By Michele Morgan Bolton
Globe Correspondent / September 25, 2008

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Overbooking has arrived at school buses in the Whitman-Hanson Regional School District. Kindergartners used to have their own buses, but now ride with older elementary school students. High-schoolers have fewer available routes, and buses run at full capacity daily. And only kindergartners still get picked up in front of their homes; all other children now have to gather at bus ... (Full article: 1058 words)

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