Students went home and told their parents that officers patted them down intrusively.
"The community, they've been very supportive. The parents are still outraged. It's just a tedious step process that we have to take as an organization and we just have to follow it carefully," said President Benjamin Whidby.
Whidby will be meeting with the Election Board on Monday to learn about the next phase of Sheriff Hobby's recall.
He believes the organization will need another 3,500 valid voter signatures which is a percentage of registered voters that voted for him in the last election.
And he explained they would have 30 days after Monday to obtain those signatures.
Sylvester-Worth NAACP will also be holding a community meeting on Monday at 6 p.m. at a building located at 315 West Railroad Street.