Feig said he hoped the stop could be moved, but Curro said that most likely will not happen.
Routes are set at corners in developments for the middle school and high school students. Most riding the bus meet at those corners.
“By no means is this a unique situation,” Curro said. “That’s how we design the middle and high school routes. We can’t just do it for one route.”
Elementary routes are planned differently to serve the much younger students.
Curro said often a special circumstance might warrant a bus route being moved to accommodate a student who might have a broken leg or other situation.
Feig still hoped something might be changed.
“We are just saying move the stop,” he said. “It won’t cost (the district) any more money.”
School Board Chairman Nancy Hendricks told Feig the group would take his request under consideration.