The teen, she said, was gone for several weeks, but recently returned.
“He was in the classroom with her and she felt uncomfortable. I kept my daughter out for four days," Connolly said.
Connolly said the school created a safety plan at that time that included the use of different hallways, different lunch times and no contact.
“That happened for four or five days," Connolly said.
Connolly said now that the teen is back in the classroom, he’s intimidating her daughter.
“He went up to her, (and said), 'I burnt your hair,” Connolly said.
“She felt very threatened by him," she added.
Connolly is worried and believes if the district isn't going to remove the teen from the school, he should at least be taken out of her daughter’s class.
“They can't keep my daughter safe from him."