Facebook drama has real world implications following a slew of nasty online allegations against a local youth organization.
It's probably best to let school official do their job on this one rather than speculate.
For now, here's a glimpse at the official word . . .
"Warriors 4 Wyandotte, a partner organization that works with several schools in KCK, is under review regarding alleged inappropriate conversations with minors. A Turner School District spokesperson said that while no Turner students came forward with allegations regarding Warriors 4 Wyandotte, district officials suspended involvement with the group out of an abundance of caution while they collect more information.
“We expect our staff and community partners to promote trust and a positive relationship with all students,” Lauren Aiello, Turner Unified School District spokesperson, said in a e-mail..."
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KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A school district in Kansas City, Kansas, has suspended its partnership with Warriors 4 Wyandotte after learning of allegations of inappropriate communications. A Turner School District spokesperson said parents were notified Monday of the announcement after the district was notified of allegations against the organization on social media.
KANSAS CITY, KS (KCTV) -- A local nonprofit is facing complaints of inappropriate conduct with local students. Warriors 4 Wyandotte, a mentorship program that partners with local schools, has had its partnership with Turner schools suspended after allegations of inappropriate communications with students.
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