ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- As Albemarle County Public Schools continue to try to find solutions to the bus driver shortage, some parents are beginning to point fingers.

One parent, Paul McArtor, has published a petition urging the Albemarle County School Board not to renew the contract of ACPS Superintendent Dr. Matthew Haas when it expires in 2025.

"I wanted to make sure that we were able to get our voices heard before the school board just defaulted and extended him again," he said.

Listed in the petition are things like poor communication and failure to address issues like the achievement gap of students of color.

"The straw that broke the camel's back, when it came to it, was the latest with the bus situation," said McArtor.

ACPS spokesman Phil Giaramita says the petition contains several inaccuracies dealing with the renaming process of schools and the plan to relocate some students.

Giaramita thinks the petition is just another way to show dissatisfaction with the division.

"Again, it's a county of 100,000 people, 9,000 families with kids in schools. There's going to be folks that are unhappy with something that didn't go quite right," he said.

McArtor wants the search for a new superintendent to start right now.

"I think the cleanest and best way to do it is to put everything in place now so that we can move onto a new superintendent when his contract expires," he said.

Right now the petition has 600 signatures. To read it, click here.