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Finch Elementary transportation info for Wednesday

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Finch Elementary School was evacuated Monday due to a carbon monoxide leak, and classes for Tuesday have been moved to Kennedy Middle School. Finch Elementary School was evacuated Monday due to a carbon monoxide leak, and classes for Tuesday have been moved to Kennedy Middle School.

Finch Elementary School remain closed on Wednesday, and classes will instead take place at Kennedy Middle School.  

Here is information from on getting students to and from school on Wednesday:

Kennedy Middle School is located at 225 James P. Brawley Drive, Atlanta, GA 30314.

Atlanta Public Schools says students who normally take a bus to Finch Elementary should take the bus from their normal stop.  They will be taken to Kennedy Middle School.  

Students who normally walk to school should still walk to Finch Elementary, where there will be buses waiting to take them to Kennedy Middle School.  Buses will be at Finch Elementary from 7:30 a.m. until 8 a.m.

Parents who drive their kids to school can take them directly Kennedy Middle, or drop them off at Finch Elementary to catch a bus to Kennedy Middle between 7:30 and 8 a.m.

Afternoon transportation

After school is over on Tuesday, students who normally ride the bus will be taken from Kennedy Middle back to their assigned bus stop.  Students who walk home will be bused back to Finch Elementary, and they may walk home from there.  Students who ware driven to school will be taken from Kennedy Middle by school bus back to Finch Elementary, where they can be picked up by their parents.  

All school buses will leave Kennedy Middle after dismissal at 2:30 p.m.

For more information, click here for a link to the Finch Elementary School's website.

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