The parents say their children aren't receiving the same treatment as others in the district.
As we told you last month, parents say their students are being taught in two trailers behind the school. They feel their children don't get to interact with other students.
School leaders say they hear the parents concerns, but it's an issue of finding adequate space for all classroom needs.
The parents offered at least one idea to get their kids back into main campus buildings.
"Let's put art, music, extra curricular activities in those spaces and take those spaces inside the schools and place our students in those spaces," says Valentine Shiverdeck.
"We really need to get together and talk about some priorities and talk about and collaborate on some of these solutions and get creative," said Tammy Lupardus, Director of Special Programs.
The board says it's now in the process of examining district facility needs for the future. It hopes to meet with these parents again in September so both sides can find a solution.