About 150 parents and staff members attended a community meeting on the issue Tuesday, reports the Pioneer Press. Most were skeptical that the benefits of a four-day week would outweigh the negatives for families, arguing the days would be too long for students and finding day care would be an issue.

District spokesman Ross Bennett said the board “agreed it was something the community wasn’t ready for.”

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Two additional meetings scheduled for later this month on the issue have been canceled.