One of the hardest things about going to junior high is catching the bus at 7 a.m. every morning. This means waking up long before the sun rises to have time for breakfast and a shower, getting to the bus stop and waiting outside in every kind of weather. "Not bad", says 14-year-old Zola Sturtz when he calls the time and temp before heading out the door. It's 30 degrees out, better than many other winter days of late. He walks down the street, the only person out besides a jogger and a car that drives by. Soon the bus arrives to take him to school.