Stibler called the health department and says she was told her daughter would need a series of precautionary rabies vaccinations.
She says she also saw a bat on the wall in another classroom her son was in and does not think Rose Center officials are doing what they should to keep the building safe, telling her if they see any dead bats they pick them up and throw them out.
"What I hope is that this beautiful building we all enjoy as a community rids itself of bats so it can actually be used safely," she said.
6 News talked to officials at the Rose Center Monday. They could not make a statement at that time.
Health department officials say they are aware of the issues and are sending environmental specialists to examine the building.
Health department officials say they recommend rabies vaccinations for anyone who may have come in contact with an animal that could be carrying rabies.
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