HANOVER COUNTY, Va. -- Hanover School leaders are being asked again to rename schools that honor Confederate leaders.
The school board met virtually on Tuesday night for a business meeting, but protesters gathered outside the school board office demanding change.
Demonstrators specifically want school leaders to change the names of Lee-Davis high school and Stonewall Jackson middle school.
In May a federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Hanover County NAACP challenging the use of Confederate names and imagery at the schools.
CBS 6 reached out to the Hanover School Board for comment about today's protest but have not heard back.