20 students in the New Brighton School District have become sick from 30 servings of undercooked chicken served in the cafeteria and have been sent home after complaining of stomach aches.

Along with them came a letter from the school district saying the students could have salmonella.

"You have enough to worry about with your child’s life now you have to worry if you should pack a lunch or not," parent Heather Rambo said.

The New Brighton school superintendent said a health expert will review proper cooking procedures with cafeteria workers Wednesday.