Parents showed up last night to the Brooke County Board of Education meeting demanding answers for their many questions and concerns.

They wanted to know what the district is doing about crowded buses and a lack of bus drivers.

According to administrators, several substitute bus drivers have been hired and routes have been adjusted to ensure student safety.

Many others brought up pay increases, financial status and more. However, those questions went unanswered due to what the board says is state law.

After hearing from the public, board vice-president, Stacy Hooper brought up the administrative pay increases, and questioned the board on how the they came up with the figures.

Board member, Brian Ferguson countered saying what they did was within state law.