On December 20, 2023

School safety has eroded

 

Dear Editor,

As concerned parents, my husband and I have recently removed a child from a local school for his safety as the bullying, harassment and constant safety issues have risen and are not being dealt with. Schools are supposed to be safe places for our children to gain an education. 

As parents we put our trust in the schools to provide this. When constant emails come home about lock downs, fights, and other issues what are we to do? Send our children to an unsafe place where they are put at risk?

 I’m sorry, but I refuse to do so.

 It’s time for the parents to step up and be heard. As well as the children who feel that they can’t get their education safely. 

There are people who care ready and willing to listen. Anyone who would like to be heard please email tdddad@yahoo.com. We are working with state representatives to make sure this happens.

Trinkett Tanner,

Whiting

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