(KCEN) -- Last months' string of bomb threats at Copperas Cove ISD took its toll on students and parents.
Tonight the Board of Trustees will decide what to do about all the school days the students missed because of those threats.
One of the possibilities is that students may have to come in on holidays to make up the days.
But tonight the board will vote to submit a petition to the state to waive the days that were missed because of the threats.
If approved, that petition will then be sent to the Texas Education Agency.
It might waive them or possibly make them use their bad weather days.
Another possibility is making students go to school on holidays to make up the missed days.
But some parents we spoke to aren't too happy about those options.
Jamie Wagener said, "I don't think it's fair. I don't think they should make up those days. Especially the ones in elementary schools because they weren't the ones that were doing the threats."
Another Copperas Cove parent, Damenika Murdock said, "I don't think that parents should be accountable for that time because if there was a genuine threat and the police were actually concerned about it, then why would they hold parents accountable for pulling their kids out? That's a safety thing."
There are some new developments about those bomb threats.
There was a 12th bomb threat on Friday, but that student was immediately caught and the school was not evacuated.
Nine students have been arrested for these threats and will all be expelled from the district.
And when it comes to the costs that accumulated because of these threats, the Copperas Cove Police Department will likely attach those to the criminal charges to get restitution.
The meeting is open to everyone and will start here at the Copperas Cove ISD building at 6:30 p.m.