A Saginaw area school district that's closed its doors has now asked the state to review its finances.
That's the first step toward a state appointed emergency manager.
But the move does not guarantee the District's 400 students will be back in class anytime soon.
The Buena Vista school board heard from parents and students last night, angry about the abrupt and apparent early end of the school year.
“If we don’t get these kids back in school…we’re going to be the ones who destroyed their lives,” one upset father told the school board.