In more local news... Duval County school administrators are taking extra precaution to make sure they fixed a BAT problem at a school in East Arlington. They did a complete walk through of Abess Park Elementary today...just two days after our cameras captured this... A bat was found inside the school...it was one of three reported on campus since Friday. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron has been monitoring the situation and joins us now live from the school, Kumasi? 3 We saw a lot of We saw a lot of action here around the school people looking on the grounds even on the roof.The district hasn't yet said what the outcome of the walk through was just yet.But some parents say they feel confident school officials are working hard. 3 00-0632-3748-531:01-1:071:25- 1:32With lifts stretching to the sky crews examined the roof of Abess Park Elementary.It was just one part of the work crews did to look for bats in the building.Last week the district says they found three bats near an exterior wall away from the classrooms.TAKE NAT: 06:58:13-17 "We are closely monitoring the investigation of bats that have already been recently seen on our campus." That's part of the letter Lonnie Weeks and other Abess Park Elementary school parents got from the principal Tuesday. With the plan of action it details, including daily monitoring since last week, Weeks says he's not worried about his son ' s safety. LONNIE WEEKS/PARENT 06:56:33-41 As long as it's being taken care of now and they are trying to find all the areas to keep them from coming in it's not much more they can do and since nobody's gotten hurt I don't feel too concerned.The letter said school workers sealed the area where they believed the bats came in, and have created a "one way" exit door to get any remaining bats out.SUSAN BENCE/PARENT 07:15:27-32 Right now I'm okay with the whole thing. Until someone tells me to keep her home I'm going to keep going like I've been going That's just one response we got from parents waiting to pick up their students.Most said they felt satisfied with the schools response.MARYLOU SINCLAIR 07:13:54-07:14:05 I think they're probably doing the best job that they can. I'm sure that it's a thing that's not easy to solve and bats always seem kind of creepy.Our cameras captured vicdeo of this bat near campus on Monday.Some parents say their students have noticed a smell of urine in the building. And as the school works to make sure there are no more sighting on campus, parent Jennifer Mitchell hopes they find a resolution soon. JENNIFER MITCHELL/PARENT 07:19:03-13 It's a wild creature so you know I am concerned I just don't know how long it'll take you know what I'm saying and that's what concerns me. The school says no bats were spotted yesterday, they haven't seen any so far today.