Parents may not get their chance to address safety issues at the Port Byron School Board meeting on Thursday.
Emily Laframboise is leading the group of parents who are upset with how school officials are handling threats and other incidents. She tells Finger Lakes News Radio they have been told they can only speak during the 30 minute public time at the end of the meeting.
A 6th grade student was charged with making a terroristic threat on February 15, the day after the Parkland, Florida shootings. Michael Lamframboise says there was a second incident that day.
Police have investigated two more incidents in Port Byron schools on Monday and Wednesday of this week.