CHICAGO (TOC) — Some college students walked out of sophistication and at the very least one guardian saved their little one out of college Wednesday at Gunsaulus Scholastic Academy in Brighton Park after an unnamed pupil made a threatening drawing.
Some college students stated they have been afraid to be alone within the hallway or toilet.
The center college college students staged a rally and march to attract consideration to their security considerations. Chicago Public Faculties stated about two and a half weeks in the past they have been made conscious of drawing by a pupil that contained “imagery and statements that have been regarding.” However an investigation decided there was no risk to the college group.
Through the Wednesday walkout college students stated the incident left them fearful, particularly within the wake of the college taking pictures in Uvalde, Texas. The need extra data and extra motion from directors.
“It’s inappropriate that I’ve college students coming as much as me saying I am too scared to go to the toilet due to what is going on on within the college constructing,” stated Natalia De La Torre, pupil. “Why ought to we be afraid of going to the toilet?”
“With you simply saying that there was a security concern. It is handled. Everybody’s protected. It is not your job to determine whether or not my little one is protected or not. It is your job to provide out the data and observe up with the wraparound help companies that you simply say that you’ve,” stated Carlil Pittman, guardian.
In an e-mail to folks, the college’s principal stated, “We’re conscious that this incident has frightened college students, mother and father/guardians, and educators alike. We would like you to know that we perceive your considerations and we’ve got been working with the CPS Workplace of Security and Safety to make sure that your little one continues to be protected.”
CPS declined to say if pupil who made drawings continues to be attending the college, saying the district doesn’t touch upon particular person pupil issues.
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