MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — The Sun News reports that Horry County Schools (HCS) is modifying audio messages designed for Disney World trams to use in 10 buses this fall to help its drivers and cut down on student discipline problems.
Jim Wright, HCS director of transportation, told the paper that the district will be the first in the U.S. to use the audio system. Students will hear soothing music, safety messages and location alerts.
The system will be used all year on select bus routes that have had the most discipline referrals, with progress being tracked every nine weeks. The system costs approximately $1,300 per bus.
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