In many schools of Brazil, students have to leave class earlier because of the lack of water.
The retiree José Barbosa, was indignant when he left his grandchildren at school this week. The reason was the lack of water. Class on the last Monday. [O que quis dizer com esta última frase?]
However, on Tuesday with the lack of water on the drinking fountain continuing, José had to make something so that the children could have classes.
As they said there was no water, I bought a pack with several bottles of water at the grocery store next to the school and then distributed them to the class students. Otherwise there would be no way for the children to continue there. Apart from me, other people also bought water. It is shameful, the men said.
In another school, in Teresinha, the students have been without water for about 20 days and the lack of water supply has affected the children. There, the principal decided to buy water and yet the children have to leave class soon. One of the students said: "we can't study this way, everybody knows how hot it is in this season."
Some other options for indignant that may be used: disgruntled, aggravated, disgruntled, pissed.