“We did find all the children. We did make contact with their parents, and we got everyone home safely,” Giles said.
However, the problems deepened for other parents who complained that buses were running close to an hour behind schedule.
“We're working closely with the school district and the local police department and everything to make sure that we're all getting the same stories for this type of situation, that it doesn't happen again tomorrow,” Giles said.
Parents said calls to the school district went unanswered. Channel 11 also received no immediate response when contacting the school leaders.
“I expect a lot better from the school, but I expect a lot better that this doesn't happen again to our child or somebody else's child,” Clark Fenyus said.