Thursday, September 21, 2017
TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! RUSKIN HIGH SCHOOL 'PLEASED WITH SECURITY MEASURES' AFTER REPORTED DADDY & DAUGHTER BEAT DOWN LEAVES STUDENT CRITICAL!!!
Amid a tough week for South Kansas City, parents concerned about the safety of their students are directing their ire toward a beleaguered public school.
Accordingly . . .
CHECK THIS TRAGIC NOTE FROM RUSKIN HIGH SCHOOL OFFERING A DEFENSE OF SECURITY DESPITE REPORTED ASSAULT AGAINST A STUDENT BY DADDY & DAUGHTER!!!
The attempt to downplay the HORRIFIC REPORTED BEATING is standard but obviously confronts push back from parents . . .
Activist Alonzo Washington has insider info on this tragedy and EXCLUSIVE video. We're posting this NOTE FROM KICK-ASS TKC TIPSTERS just to add more documentation in the aftermath of the drama that impacts student safety and will hopefully elicit further consideration.
Check the highlights from note . . .
The incident involved two students and a parent. As soon as a physical conflict between the three individuals occurred, RHS was placed on a soft lockdown.
All protocols were followed regarding the parent’s admission into the school, as well as administration’s management of the incident.
Additional counselors were at RHS today to provide support for students along with additional police presence. Principal Allen and his staff are conducting an investigation at the school level, as well as assisting with an investigation by the Kansas City Police Department.
Sgt. Russell Dystra, HMC-1 director of security, said he is pleased with the security measures utilized and the police response. He noted that once the on-site officer was notified of the incident, it took only few seconds for him to respond and arrive at the scene.
Additional facts regarding the incident you should be made aware of:
1. There was no weapon involved.
2. The parent WAS NOT on campus to meet with the counselor about a domestic violence
3. The parent was on campus to sign his daughter into school due to a late arrival (11:50 am),
and assist her with obtaining her schedule.
All parental communication procedures for an incident of this nature were met and followed.
Students were given a letter to notify parents about the incident, and a robocall was sent to parents at approximately 4:00 pm. Emergency calls were not sent to parents at the time of the incident because no additional students other than those directly involved were in danger.
Read the whole thing . . .
You decide . . .