St Stanislaus school news: Arrested East Chicago teacher Angelica Carrasquillo had kill list of students’ names, IN records say

St Stanislaus school news: Arrested East Chicago teacher Angelica Carrasquillo had kill list of students’ names, IN records say

EAST CHICAGO, Ind. (TOC) — An East Chicago, Indiana, trainer is in custody after allegedly telling a scholar she had a “kill record.”

The small print of that record are horrifying, displaying names of scholars and workers that she says she needed to kill at her faculty.

Courses at St. Stanislaus Catholic College are being held remotely Friday because the investigation continues into certainly one of its lecturers.

Police stated officers had been referred to as to St. Stanislaus College at 4930 Indianapolis Blvd. at about 5 p.m. Wednesday. There, the principal and assistant principal advised them a scholar advised their counselor that their fifth grade trainer made feedback to them about killing herself, college students and workers on the faculty.

Police stated the trainer, 25-year-old Angelica Carrasquillo, advised the scholar she had a listing and that the scholar was on the backside of that record. She has been charged with felony intimidation, in line with courtroom paperwork.

“I am actually, like, scared and nervous,” stated Portia Jones, the scholar concerned. “She stated she needed to choke us and he or she needed to kill herself.”

“They really want to work on this one as a result of that is one thing critical,” stated Portia’s father, Quiannis Jones. “She’s actually, most likely, not ever going again there.”

Courtroom paperwork present Carrasquillo admitting these particulars to the college principal, allegedly saying partly, “I wish to kill myself, workers and college students, and I did additionally make a kill record.”

The courtroom paperwork go onto present Carasquillo’s rationalization behind that record in her dialog with the principal.

She allegedly stated, “I am having hassle with my psychological well being and generally the youngsters don’t hear within the classroom. I even have trauma brought about after I went to highschool.”

Police say throughout that dialog, Carrasquillo named a selected scholar on her record however didn’t give the total record.

The principal despatched the trainer house and advised her to not return to the college, pending an investigation.

East Chicago police stated the scholar alerted their counselor to the trainer’s feedback round 12:45 p.m. however police weren’t referred to as till 4 hours later, after the trainer was allowed to depart.

“They need to have by no means let her stroll out them doorways. They need to’ve referred to as the police proper then and there. That is a menace on the college,” Quiannis stated.

Thursday morning, police took the trainer into custody at her Griffith house with out incident.

The investigation is ongoing and lively, police stated. No additional particulars have been launched.

Courses on the faculty are anticipated to be held in individual once more subsequent week, and the college’s principal stated counselors will likely be made out there for college students and workers.

A courtroom date remains to be pending for the trainer.

Full letter from St. Stanislaus College principal

Pricey Dad and mom,

On Wednesday, October 12, at roughly 12:45 p.m., the workers at St. Stanislaus College responded to a regarding report from a scholar concerning feedback made by the scholar’s trainer. The trainer was faraway from the classroom and escorted to the principal’s workplace, the place she remained below supervision and had no additional contact with college students. The trainer was interviewed to additional establish the small print of the incident.After college students had been safely dismissed on the finish of the college day, the trainer was escorted off campus and the East Chicago police division was notified at roughly 4:45 p.m. When requested, the police assured the principal that the power was protected and that they may proceed usually with all scheduled studying and faculty occasions for the subsequent faculty day.The well-being and security of our Catholic faculty college students and workers is a high precedence. In response to this incident the principal has moved to an e-learning atmosphere for Friday, October 14 and made assets out there, together with entry to a college counselor, to assist college students throughout this troublesome time. The varsity is working carefully with native authorities and the Diocese of Gary’s Faculties Workplace to make sure that St. Stanislaus college students proceed to have a protected and supportive atmosphere by which they’ll study, develop and prosper.Whereas we’re nonetheless navigating this unimaginable occasion, we’re grateful for the lecturers and workers who rigorously and compassionately hearken to the issues of scholars, with respect for his or her well-being. We thank God for the household tradition of St. Stanislaus that gives college students with an atmosphere the place they really feel protected sharing issues and questions with lecturers and workers. We thank God for steerage whereas the state of affairs unfolded on Wednesday, bringing reality to gentle in a approach that protected all concerned. We thank God for the attractive group of St. Stanislaus parish who be part of us in praying for the St. Stanislaus faculty household.If anybody has further data or questions pertaining to this investigation, we encourage you to contact the East Chicago Police Division.

Principal Foy

Diocese of Gary Workplace of Catholic Faculties Assertion

On Wednesday, October 12, at roughly 12:45 p.m., the workers at St. Stanislaus College responded to a regarding report from a scholar concerning feedback made by the scholar’s trainer. The trainer was faraway from the classroom and escorted to the principal’s workplace, the place she remained below supervision and had no additional contact with college students. The trainer was interviewed to additional establish the small print of the incident.After college students had been safely dismissed on the finish of the college day, the trainer was escorted off campus and the East Chicago police division was notified at roughly 4:45 p.m. When requested, the police assured the principal that the power was protected and that they may proceed usually with all scheduled studying and faculty occasions for the subsequent faculty day.The well-being and security of our Catholic faculty college students and workers is a high precedence. In response to this incident the principal has moved to an e-learning atmosphere for Friday, October 14 and made assets out there, together with entry to a college counselor, to assist college students throughout this troublesome time. The varsity is working carefully with native authorities and the Diocese of Gary’s Faculties Workplace to make sure that St. Stanislaus college students proceed to have a protected and supportive atmosphere by which they’ll study, develop and prosper.Whereas we’re nonetheless navigating this unimaginable occasion, we’re grateful for the lecturers and workers who rigorously and compassionately hearken to the issues of scholars, with respect for his or her well-being. We thank God for the household tradition of St. Stanislaus that gives college students with an atmosphere the place they really feel protected sharing issues and questions with lecturers and workers. We thank God for steerage whereas the state of affairs unfolded on Wednesday, bringing reality to gentle in a approach that protected all concerned. We thank God for the attractive group of St. Stanislaus parish who be part of us in praying for the St. Stanislaus faculty household.If anybody has further data or questions pertaining to this investigation, we encourage you to contact the East Chicago Police Division

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