(Waynesville)–The Waynesville School District scored a 100% on its June 1st bus inspection by the Missouri Highway Patrol. This marks the 20th consecutive year that Waynesville R-6 buses have earned a 90% or higher on their bus inspections. “Achieving 100% means that our transportation employees are paying attention to the details every single day and doing everything they can to keep kids safe,” says Dr. Chris Berger, assistant superintendent of operational services. “It’s a big responsibility.” Statewide in Missouri in 2019, 592 school districts presented buses for inspection; of the 11,958 buses that were inspected, 89.2% received approval. Waynesville will receive the Total Fleet Excellence Award from the Missouri Highway Patrol in July, as a result of the recent inspection. To qualify for the award, the district must earn a 90% or higher approval rate and have no buses put out of service as a result of the inspection.