Buses filled with Stucky Middle School students leave school for the day. The Wichita school board is considering a proposal that would eliminate some rides for students that don’t meet the hazardous-route criteria. (March 24, 2016)
Buses filled with Stucky Middle School students leave school for the day. The Wichita school board is considering a proposal that would eliminate some rides for students that don’t meet the hazardous-route criteria. (March 24, 2016) Jaime Green File photo
Buses filled with Stucky Middle School students leave school for the day. The Wichita school board is considering a proposal that would eliminate some rides for students that don’t meet the hazardous-route criteria. (March 24, 2016) Jaime Green File photo

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March 28, 2016 10:24 PM

UPDATED March 29, 2016 06:53 AM

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  • Dad says TOP program gives his son an advantage

    William Eckels talks about his son, Elijah, 4, who is a student at The Opportunity Project learning center in northeast Wichita. He is a single dad and a big cheerleader for the TOP program. (Travis Heying/The Wichita Eagle)