A Connecticut school is coming under fire for having so-called "scream rooms," where kids are put when they act out.
FOX News Radio's Chris Hoenig has details:
Apryl Dudley has seen the rooms at the Farm Hill School in Middletown, used when students - including those with special needs - have emotional outbursts.
(Dudley) "My children, and other children and myself have heard screaming and kicking at the doors, and it happens quite frequently."
Janitors report having to clean blood and urine off the walls and floors of the rooms. School Board Chairman Gene Norcera tells FOX News he first learned of the spaces last week.
(Norcera) "There's a space that a principal uses to deal with students who are having a crisis. That's very common."
Norcera calls the reports "disturbing" and says an investigation is underway.
Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.