Looks like parents and residents in Flint have had enough of the school conditions in the city and they took to the streets to show it. 

Residents came together on Monday morning to protest what has been going on at Southwestern Academy and other schools in the area. One of the biggest issues the schools are facing right now is a shortage of teachers. It's believed that for the last three months, 13 different classes have been without teachers. With this lack of supervision, the students are left to wander the halls and other activities.

At this point, the parents and residents want and need answers to what is going on in the school system. Some have even suggested an audit of the Michigan Lottery to see where exactly all of the money is going. The organizers of the protests say that they do plan to continue the protests, even during the next school board meeting.

Source: ABC 12