WAKEFIELD (CBS) – A second protest was held outdoors Wakefield High School Monday morning over the college’s dealing with of a scholar who allegedly posted inappropriate pictures of 13 teenage ladies on-line.
Hundreds of the photographs have been discovered on the social media website Discord in October. Parents stated the pictures have been taken with out the ladies’ data and that the publish referred to as for customers to rank the photographs. Some have been on the market.
Parents of the 13 ladies instructed WBZ-TV the boy accused of posting the photographs was suspended and that he was scheduled to return to high school Monday. They later obtained an e mail saying the unidentified scholar wouldn’t be again on Monday. However, they’re annoyed they don’t have extra details about a attainable return date for the scholar.
Parents & college students in #Wakefield are again out protesting in entrance of the highschool. A scholar accused of taking inappropriate pictures of 13 ladies was set to return at the moment. Parents of the ladies say they obtained an e mail saying the scholar is now not returning at the moment @wbz pic.twitter.com/4lswFVel3f
– Anna Meiler (@AnnaMeiler) November 22, 2021
Dozens of individuals got here out to protest Friday and one other crowd was again once more Monday morning earlier than lessons began. They’re involved in regards to the scholar being again within the constructing and really feel he hasn’t confronted harsh sufficient penalties.
“We’re fearful that in two weeks we’ll be getting an email that the student will be returning and then we’re going to have to go through this all again. The girls will have to go through this again. A lot of these girls have suffered a lot of mental anguish,” father Robert Imbriano instructed WBZ Monday.
“That doesn’t make the kids feel any safer that at any day he could come back, that my child has to sit in class and fear that one day he’s going to walk through the door,” mom Holly Forti stated.
“We shouldn’t have to be fighting for something that is just a human civil right, to feel safe in education and yes, he has a right to education, but I believe it does not have to take place at Wakefield High School,” scholar Izzy Buckley instructed WBZ.
Parents are additionally annoyed with what they are saying has been an absence of communication from the college. The college has stated that privateness guidelines forestall them from saying a lot in regards to the scenario publicly.
The administration despatched an e mail to oldsters final Thursday, saying they instantly started working with Wakefield Police after they realized of the scholar’s severe and inappropriate use of social media in October.
An web security knowledgeable will probably be working with college students within the coming months, in line with the administration.