The report states West Irondequoit only met one out of five requirements.

The West Irondequoit school district is not doing enough to keep students safe on school buses, according to a new report by the State.

State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli released an audit on Thursday that examined seven upstate school districts and their compliance with school bus safety requirements.

The audit found districts are not confirming all school bus drivers complete required training and drug testing, and that safety drills and inspections are done.

The report states West Irondequoit only met one out of five requirements.

District leaders say they didn't have the right paperwork for two drivers on alcohol and drug testing.

They claim all safety drills were completed, but the issue was most of the forms weren't signed by a school official. They are updating that process going forward.

The district says it's going to make changes the review process for bus inspections...as well as for driver training.

The superintendent is also now approving all drivers, whether they are from a private contractor or other schools. That will help to make sure drivers are checked each year to make sure they are cleared to work.