Archaeologists are digging at the former Indian Hills Elementary School on Glenwood Road, in an effort to determine if there is evidence of a possible Native American burial site.

In the woods behind the old school, Michael Coonfare, with Civil & Environmental Consultants, has a team of five archaeological specialists that began work on Monday.

With strings and metal stakes, they have laid out grids, a meter square, with sections of land that their ground penetrating radar has determined are anomalies. Their GPR is a non-intrusive tool. On Thursday, the team dug down about 2 feet, and started sifting the dirt through screens with ½-inch holes, to find out what the anomalies are.