Santa Fe: A 14-year-old student was expelled from school for harassment and there were no lessons today

Santa Fe: A 14-year-old student was expelled from school for harassment and there were no lessons today

Santa Fe: A 14-year-old student was expelled from school for harassment and there were no lessons today

According to the two companions, the aforementioned teenager touched the buttocks without their consent; The parents held a rally at the door of the educational institution

Our Lady Lourdes School, Santa Fe
Our Lady Lourdes School, Santa Fe

No lessons were held this Monday at the technical school of Nuestra Señora de Lourdes, located in the macro center of the city of Santa Fe, as the provincial police are conducting a full investigation into the alleged case. Bullying. For the fact, 14-year-old student “released” Educational institution.

The facility, located at Santiago de Chile 5180, did not accept students today. Posters about what happened hang on the door of the place: you can read slogans like “Break the silence,” “The skirts are back, but not so that they look at our feet,” and “One touches us, all touch us.”

According to police, a 14-year-old teenager was condemned last week by a colleague who said that He “touched the tail”. Part of the attendees at the school rally this morning, which included parents and students, say the young man is accused He had a history of similar behavior.

Our Lady Lord School
Our Lady Lord School

Although students are scheduled to attend classes tomorrow at 9 a.m., it has not yet been confirmed that tuition will resume. Two hours later the parents were called to a meeting about what had happened.

The school’s manager, Fabian Jerkovic, gave details of the incident at a news conference this Monday. Jerkovic said last Wednesday two students approached the teacher and pointed to the same classmate who touched one of their buttocks.

“A relevant record has been made, the child is asked to write with the father and he says that it happened as a joke between the students and accidentally touched the student’s buttocks with a shoelace.”Said Jerkovich.

The lawyer said the Ministry of Education had stopped the student and that “Then there were other testimonies that show that the same student was hugged in an unconscious hug.” In this context, the school made the decision to dismiss him.

The mother of this student, in turn, informed the school administration that she would be released from the institution. Jerkovic said he would continue to receive educational assistance until he found another institution.

Lourdes School has made a presentation to the Public Prosecutor’s Office (MPA) for information purposes to implement a provincial ordinance requiring notifications of cases where a violence case could have been established.

Source: La Nacion

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