Students say they can hear classmates screaming.

The day after parents of Farm Hill Elementary School students in Middletown expressed outraged about the way the school is dealing with misbehaving students, the school is making some changes.

Parents who attended a board of education meeting on Tuesday night were upset about teachers and staff putting the children, including those with special needs, in what they called “scream rooms.” The school district calls them “timeout rooms.”  Read full story watch video report……

By Stephen Krauchick

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