Raaf targets female recruits with flight camp assignments and harassment that includes calling her into his home to harass her, her mother told the Star. The school district told the newspaper that the actions were reported to police.
In the last week, one of the female students at Fogleman-Snyder wrote about the incident, according to the Star.
“I’m getting my hair braided, getting my nails done for Christmas (I was) wearing this cute bikini, and you’re like ‘I don’t think so. There’s no way I’ll find out about this,”‘ the student wrote to the Star. “Just ask me if I’m going to tell my dad (I’m) going to come down, it’s all about you.”
Her parents didn’t know what to do when they found out about the assault when they called the school about it on Thursday.
“That’s what I was waiting for, that my daughter would be in trouble like that and I would be like ‘Hey, that’s just a joke,'” said Sari, th바카라e mother of the 16-year-old student.
A school resource officer was summoned to the school to speak with the male student, school district 바카라사이트spokesman Don Schaeffer said, adding that the officer interviewed the student and the student’s mother.
“We did the whole thing in a non-lethal manner and they told us they don’t really want to comment on it,” Schaeffer said.
The woman who reported the incident 바카라사이트to police did not feel comfortable talking to a media outlet about her own assault. She said she wanted the school district to “move away from this.”
“I just feel like this is a little bit beyond it,” the student said. “You guys have all the right to your personal space. If you don’t want to have your house, you can go somewhere else but I’m going to fight for it.”
Schaefer declined to comment further on the story and did not elaborate.
Fogleman-Snyder officials said the school district did not know whether anyone else witnessed the incident.
The school district sent two counselors to the girl’s home in response to the incident and a third student who witnessed the incident and told another student.
“The three students were all told to stay out of the residence and not to enter,” Schaeffer said.
This is not the first time students and their teachers at the district have gotten into arguments during a vacation or school day. On Fe