3 More parents are coming forward with concerns over a pest problem at an elementary school in East Arlington. After watching our story last night, a mother reached out to Channel 4 worried her son's asthma was brought on by BATS. Here's the letter Abess Park Elementary School sent to parents today, confirming three bats were found inside the school. Here's video of just one of those bats. School officials say a maintenance crew has been at the school, trying to fix the problem... but some parents fear the damage was already done. Channel 4's Tim Pulliam joins us now live. Tim, you spoke to this mother as well as a doctor... The woman's son has asthma, and though it's not proven the bats contributed to that -- it IS a possibility...? 3 3 3 0-528-3351-56too shortThis is Abess Park Elementary today as crews work to remove bats from a wall in the school.The school sent a letter home to parents letting them know the 3 bats discovered were away from classrooms - and that district workers have created a "one-way exit door" to remove them.But the bat discovery angers Connie Lawrence who believes the bats are the reason she was forced to take her son Steven out of school last September, after his asthma continued to get worse.Connie Lawrence/Mom "120150 It was a miserable experience for my son who loved school. And it was horrible for me to see him go through everything he goes through.We asked a doctor, who doesn't treat Connie's son, if contact with a bat can exacerbate Asthma symptoms. Dr. Wesley Mills at St.Vincent's Primary care says it's possible.Dr. Wesley Mills/ St. Vincent's Primary Care 134802 The main problem is going to be with children who have allerg ies's and asthma issues because the bat droppings from Guano can cause an allergic type reaction.Still the district maintains that no children were affected or sickened.And they say it is safe to bring you children to school.144342 We've sealed the building up and we don't think anymore are coming in. District leaders say that maintenance and custodial staff will be back tomorrow to assess the situation.This could include cleaning the area or using deodorizers because they say parents were complaining of an odor. District says they have not been able to confirm if it's from the bats.But they want to us to repeat that this discovery was away from classrooms and children are safe. Tim, are the bats still inside the school?