Students at two more Butler County school districts are returning to class on Tuesday and a local municipality is urging drivers to use caution.
With over 7,000 Seneca Valley students returning to school, Cranberry Township has announced their “Fall Slow Down Campaign” will begin Tuesday and continue through Sept. 10. The campaign is an effort to remind drivers to slow down and be aware of students waiting alongside the roads for buses.
The township reminds drivers of the 15 mile-per-hour school zones, and that you must stop ten feet from a school bus that has its red flashers on.
The Karns City Area School District will also welcome students back to class on Tuesday.
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