|Updated: 2/05 5:54 pm
||Published: 2/05 11:44 am
FOX23 uncovered more school bus delays.
It's an ongoing problem at Tulsa Public Schools.
FOX23's Janai Norman talked to an aunt who was dropping off her two nieces late because the bus was more than 30 minutes late.
Kelly Goodroad reached out to Norman after getting a call asking she take them to school.
She said the call came in at 8:10 Wednesday morning, a full 38 minutes after the bus is scheduled to pick up at their stop and just five minutes before school started.
She said her niece posted on Facebook, “it’s cold and our bus isn't here again,” then later in another post wrote they walked back home because the bus still hadn't arrived and her hair had frozen.
The teen said the frozen hair was how you know it’s cold; her aunt said that's how you know there's a problem.
“We've heard every excuse from the buses wouldn't start, to we pick up the elementary kids first sometimes they're hard to manage so it's hard to stay on a schedule, just figure something out because in the end it’s these kid's education that's suffering,” said Goodroad.