Uvalde’s School Suspends Entire Police After Outrage
Before going to school, Celeste, Ibarra and her two daughters held hands and prayed. Gabriella usually praises her Grandpa, my father, for protecting her. Her shooters don’t pick her up, don’t hurt her or take her, hope she has a nice day and goes home to her. This is not the first day of any other school. Aubrey L. ***.This morning, last May she was in 3rd grade at Robb Elementary***. She’s *walking* toward the new school building, but the new walk didn’t help her escape her fear of last year’s toys, all colored pencils, all cute toys. I did, I didn’t care. No, usually not today. So this doesn’t *** feel like a normal first day of school. No, Celeste says her memories of the day when Aubrey Ella heard gunshots at Rob Elementary plagued her with nightmares and depression. She literally looks like she’s having a panic attack, she’s got a chair at her door, she’s literally like she’s asleep, and she’s crying when he’s right next to her. The school district has installed her eight-foot fence around several school campuses. More officers and school wardens will be posted on campuses across the city. Parents like Celeste even on the day before school. We are still struggling to send our kids back to school. and she doesn’t get studying or anything like that… students come back all day. *** A group of artists spent the summer making sure the memories and names of the 19 students and 2 teachers who were killed are never forgotten.The portraits of each victim are breathtaking Abel Ortiz helped organize this project and was defined by how we respond to tragedy. called. Zion Martinez was also at the end of the school year at Robb Elementary School. He remains in his home and becomes one of his more than 130 students who attend the school virtually. His dad turned a man cave garage into a classroom. I told them, you know, they had more police, they had higher fencing and he didn’t have it. They are not going to keep us at home. Shion feeds her chickens. He also has a new guinea pig, which his parents say has helped him mentally. He feels safe here.Your biggest fear about going back to school in person is that I have *** friends killed, you have *** friends killed, sorry i dont know they love this family i have now i want to be like that
The Uvalde School District took to its distraught campus Friday following a new wave of anger over the hiring of a former Texas state police officer who was part of a hesitant law enforcement response to the May shooting at Robb Elementary School. It took the police out of business. It also put two of his members of the district police on leave, one of whom he chose to resign instead, according to a statement issued by the Uvalde Unified Independent School District. The start of the new school year in a community in southern Texas highlights the continued pressure on the district by the families of some of her 19 children who were killed in the May 24 attacks. I’m here. protesters outside the Uvalde School administration building over the past two weeks allowed an AR-15-style rifle to remain in a fourth-grade classroom for more than 70 minutes. It said it would seek additional help from the Texas Department of Public Safety, which had already assigned dozens of police officers to the school district for the school year. Not only did the district hire a former public safety trooper, but she was fired Thursday, the day after CNN first reported her hiring. She has not responded to voicemails or messages left by her AP.
The Uvalde School District on Friday pulled its distraught campus police out of business following a new wave of anger over the hiring of a former Texas state trooper who was part of a hesitant law enforcement response. The May shooting at Robb Elementary School.
According to a statement issued by the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District, school leaders also suspended two members of the district police force, one of whom chose to resign instead.
The unusual move by Uvalde school leaders to suspend campus policing is a continued pressure on the district from the families of some of the 19 children killed in the May 24 attacks. embossed.
Brett Cross, whose 10-year-old son Uziyah Garcia was one of the victims, has been protesting outside Uvalde’s school administration building for the past two weeks. He spent over 70 minutes in a 4th grade classroom.
“I did it!” Cross tweeted.
The school district said it would seek additional help from the Texas Department of Public Safety, which already has dozens of security guards in the district.
“We are confident that the safety of our staff and students will not be compromised during this transition,” the school district said in a statement.
The move not only saw the school district hire a former Department of Public Safety officer who was one of about 400 police officers who rushed to the scene at Robb Elementary School, but she also killed at least seven other officers who were later placed under internal control. It took place the day after it was revealed that he was one of the police officers. investigation of her behavior.
Officer Crimson Elizondo was fired Thursday, a day after CNN first reported her employment. She has not responded to voicemails or messages left by her AP.
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