A Charlotte charter school is closing its doors less than three weeks after opening, leaving 126 students to find a new school.
Parents of students at Concrete Roses STEM Academy got their first hint of trouble earlier this week.
"Everybody got the same call or e-mail that there was an emergency board meeting," says Shirley Brooks.
Her granddaughter, Taylor, is a fourth-grader at the K-12 school, which closes Friday.
"I had no idea that this could happen on a new school like this. I had no idea," Brooks says.