Several parents expressed displeasure Monday night with the information coming from the district on the situation, especially following what was to be an update meeting.
The district said it will be employing a task force of local union leaders to relay information to the public.
The situation began with mold inside the now-closed Holly Glenn Elementary School.
Plans to have teachers prepare replacement classrooms from the school were canceled.
An open house for students and parents at their alternative schools were also canceled.
Last week, the district closed Holly Glenn after test results showed there was a serious mold problem.
On Friday, many parents were confused and frustrated upon learning that their children were being taught in a school with mold issues.
But that anger was renewed after word quickly spread that mold-infested ceiling tiles were being removed at another school, Williamstown Middle School, while students were still in class.
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