Police stationed inside troubled walgett school were alerted to the incident early on Thursday after school personnel heard a child screaming.
Staff at Kinsman Middle School in Walgett, Florida say the child was spotted screaming for help before she was found unconscious and later transferred to a hospital.
The sheriff says three sheriff’s deputies were in the classroom when they saw the incident. The children’s mother was sent to the hospital with “life-threatening injuries,” and four deputies were treated at the scene for minor injuries.
Deputies say they took the child and placed her in a nearby safe zone where she underwent surgery. School officials are monitoring her condition.
The sheriff says school officials are asking parents to remain patient while the police investigate what happened.
Walget is located at a location where schools in 카지노쿠폰Florida are located. The Walgett Unified School District has been plagued by an outbreak of teacher-teacher abuse, which led to last December’s school lockdown.
The investigation is ongoing.
“We take all reports of possible abuse very seriously and will review the matter with KUPSD Police Department’s Hum천안안마an Resources to obtain an update from them about the individual involved,” the sheriff said. “I would request anyone with information to please contact WSBT at 954-835-2615 or email the Walgett County Police Department. Any person who has witnessed anyone violating the school’s policy in regards to children or children’s toys at any time are encouraged to immediately contact the sheriff’s office so we can make contact and initiate an investigation.”
The Walgett County Sheriff’s office says school officials have placed staff with a non-accelerated response unit to ensure no other students, staff, or other students at the school see any studentsxo 카지노 in danger.
According to Walgett County Schools Superintendent Tim Wilson, the school’s policy is: “Any child who is experiencing behavior that would present a safety threat, needs to be transferred from the classroom in order to prevent the student from causing further stress and anxiety.”