Angry parents meet again.
Demanding a top Fresno high school get back in shape...
Parents went before the Fresno Unified School Board, asking Superintendent Hanson to fix Bullard high school.
Hundreds of parents and students showed up at a town hall Tuesday to express concerns.
Students complained of overcrowding, violence on campus, lack of gifted programs, and discipline.
They want the district to set standards.
“With overcrowding and discipline issues, those opportunities are slipping away for far too many kids and it's happening...we've seen it happen at other schools in our district,” said Bullard Graduate Ty Davis.
“I know we spent a lot of time on the safe civil school project, anti-bullying effort; we can always do more…” said Superintendent Hanson.
Parents rounded up 350 signatures on a petition.
They said they got the issue on the agenda two weeks from now.