Burtonsville, Md (WUSA9) — Montgomery County School Superintendent Jack B. Smith is responding to the protests of parents from the Cloverly Elementary School after three staffers have been arrested on sex-related charges in the past 21 months.
Smith will meet with parents at the school Tuesday evening to discuss their concerns.
Former teacher John Vigna is serving a 48-year sentence for molesting at least four Cloverly students.
Vigna was working at the school in 2016 despite three warnings from administrators about his behavior around children.
Lunchroom aide Sean Kelley has been charged with possession of child pornography.
Substitute teacher Steven Katz has been charged with inappropriately touching.
Cases against them have not been proven in court.
Parents said the arrests following the conviction of Vigna have badly shaken their trust that school system hiring practices and training is keeping children safe.
Tuesday's meeting is not open to reporters.