“Please know, we have policies and procedures that place the highest priority on the health and safety of our students,” the statement read.
Rachel Caldwell, a mother of a Middletown Middle School student, said her daughter was pulled by her hair across the carpet and had her cellphone stolen. She said her daughter was bullied the first two days of school and on the third day, a mass text was sent out that her daughter was going to be “jumped,” Caldwell said during this week’s school board meeting.
Caldwell said there were seven fights in two days in the middle school.
“How many kids have to be beaten up?” she said.
Caldwell said someone from the district said her daughter could take classes virtually if she felt bullied.
“Why does my baby have to suffer?” she said.
Anyone with information about these alleged fights is asked to call Middletown police at 513-425-7700.