The mom of a 13-year-old youngster on the middle of a bullying investigation says her household has been threatened and pushed from their dwelling. In the meantime, the chief of the Plano Unbiased College District says they, too, have been threatened with hurt.
Summer time Smith and her supporters met with Plano Superintendent Sara Bosner Tuesday afternoon to debate what the district was doing amid allegations her youngster was bullied for greater than a 12 months earlier than being tricked into ingesting urine throughout a sleepover with buddies in February.
Plano police are investigating the claims and former allegations for any felony acts.
In the meantime, Boser stated the district was bringing in an impartial third-party to research the accusations.
The district’s investigation might wrap up subsequent week and will result in disciplinary motion for college students and coverage adjustments for the district.
“What we noticed. What you noticed. What all of us noticed was inexcusable. IT’s inexcusable and we are going to all need to do our half. The varsity district, the group and the households to come back collectively and say, ‘No extra. This isn’t OK.'” Boser stated. “I am going to say it once more, that youngster ought to by no means have needed to expertise that. Ever.”
The boy’s mom stated throughout a information convention Friday that the best way her son was handled was evil and amounted to assault.
“This was past bullying. The issues that they did to my son in his sleep. In his sleep, defenseless. It was assault. Assault with bodily fluid, assault with palms,” Smith stated. “It is being pursued to the fullest extent of the regulation. It was premeditated. It was hateful and the phrase I hold utilizing is evil. I can’t perceive.”
Smith, in the meantime, stated she’s struggling to determine what to do subsequent whereas additionally caring for her son and daughter.
“I attempt to hold it collectively. I strive to not break down. I want remedy. Everyone retains asking me am I OK. No, I’m not OK. Not by an extended shot. I’m regardless of the reverse of OK is,” Smith stated. “It does not get higher each day. I can say I am alive. I can say my son is alive, my daughter is alive. We’re protected, we’re protected we’ve got a workforce behind us that is going to combat. However am I okay? No.”