JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Within four years, Duval County Public Schools are considering cutting transportation to all secondary Magnet schools.
Parents of the first 5,000 students affected say it's not fair to working parents.
One of those parents is single mom, Charlene West.
"He's a good student because I made sure he went to good schools that were going to teach him," West says of her son, A.J. Mitchell. "I, as a parent, did my part by making sure he did his homework and learned what he was supposed to learn."
Every day after school, Mitchell rides the bus home from Stanton.
While he waits for his single mother Charlene West to get home from work, he does the dishes and his homework.
Stanton is one of the seven Magnet schools potentially losing transportation.
According to a letter sent home with students, James Weldon Johnson, Landon, Darnell-Cookman, Kirby Smith, Lavilla, and Paxon are also on the list.