A lot of parents are still upset about the nearly $9 million budget deficit in the Millcreek Township School District.
On Monday, parents from Vernondale and Ridgefield, the two proposed schools to be cut, came out to the Millcreek Education Center for a Community Relations Meeting, to ask the board questions.
Many parents there say they are just frustrated with a lack of answers at this point.
"I think a lot of us parents are feeling frustrated that this problem suddenly appeared," said Alison Irwin, a Ridgefield parent. "It seems to me that we probably knew about this long ago and somebody has dropped the ball. And as a parent, as a tax payer, I think we're just wanting some accountability somewhere because my son and my daughter are going to be losing out."
If the district does decide to close any schools, a public hearing will be held the first week of May.