ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- St. Louis Charter School is making changes to it's bus policy in the wake of a recent bullying incident.
Followng the case of seven-year-old Dakota Lamb, where older students struck her and cut her hair, the school has responded with increased bus monitoring.
The school will add cameras to its buses, along with bus monitors when they believe they are needed.
Administrators also plan meet with drivers and students to re-inforce behavoir expectations. Additionally the school plans to review previous incident reports for the Dakota's bus.
The police say juvenile detectives are investigating the incident.