Olton ISD is cleaning up after students there were infected with the MRSA strain of Staph infections.
Superintendent Brad Lane says two junior high students were confirmed to have the infection in late October, and since then, they've cleaned all the schools and the gym. But one mother says both of her children got Staph infections and the school never warned anyone. Lane says they've done all they can.
Quilla Cook, Mother:
"They should have mailed something out telling the parents this is going in our school, this is what you look for, this is what you do. And nothing was sent out."
Brad Lane, Olton ISD Superintendent:
"All I can say is we're doing the best we can. If there's anything else we can do any better, I'd like to know so we can do it. Because we'll do whatever we can to protect them."
Lane says they did send a flyer home with the kids about MRSA and how to stay safe. Classes have continued as normal.