Why have our high schools become literal war zones? No respect for authority is rampant! A police officer and school security officer come to help a kid getting beat up and one gets hit with a trash can. This is a great example of what our law enforcement deals with on a daily basis…can you imagine? We have the head of the DOJ saying that she believes black kids should be handled with kid gloves and feels they are targeted by teachers:
THIS ENTIRE VIDEO IS UNBELIEVABLE BUT LYNCH TALKS ABOUT SUPPOSED RACISM AGAINST BLACK STUDENTS “OUR BABIES” AT THE 2:00 MARK:
So if a white kid did something like this he would be given a more severe punishment than the black kid. Loretta Lynch is racist and so wrong on this:
“The dream is still continuing not only in the courts but in our schools,” Lynch told a largely black audience. “And we all know, education is the key. And we understand that discipline is important. We understand that rules are important but we also know that when we sit and look at schools that have the zero tolerance programs, they are often used, and they take our babies, minority children, black children, Hispanic children, and they put them out of school before they have a chance to learn.” -Loretta Lynch
“There were so many fights that we could not keep up with them. Kids and teachers hurt laying on the floor.”
A large fight at a Pittsburgh city school could have been prevented, according to emails newly obtained by Target 11’s Rick Earle – why did the administration ignore repeated warnings?
The internal emails obtained from employees at University Prep in the Hill District raised concerns about safety in the school months before the Feb. 29 brawl, which involved 33 students and left four people injured.
The first emails given to Earle were dated from October.
One line said that “four security officers are stressed out and overwhelmed.” Another section stated, “I’m afraid they are just going to walk into the building and have drugs or a weapon on them.”
More emails about security came in January and February.
One dated just days before the fight read, “No one should have to work in a school that is out of control like it is the Allegheny County Jail.”
Rick Swartz, executive director of the Bloomfield Garfield Corp., which works with UPrep students, said his group has heard about fights and other security issues at the school dating as far back as last year.
“I think as a large public institution, the school district was very slow to respond to these reports,” Swartz said. “The district has its work cut out for it, and the fact that it was ignored or overlooked or relegated to a lower priority is going to come back to haunt the district.”
The district declined Earle’s request for an on-camera interview. However, school officials sent him a statement that said they were aware of safety concerns prior to the fight and that they added security officers. They also said they provided extra school police officers during lunch, as well as for arrivals and dismissals, giving UPrep more security officers than any other school in the district.
Another email from the day of the Feb. 29 fight described the chaos. It said “there were so many fights that we could not keep up with them. Kids and teachers hurt laying on the floor.”