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FCUSD responds to alleged trainer assault of autistic pupil

(FOX40.COM) — Throughout a public name to motion on Monday Folsom Cordova Unified College District responded to a father or mother who stated a trainer bodily assaulted her 5-year-old nonverbal autistic son at Williamson Elementary College.

In a put up shared on Fb on Sept. 21, Ebone McNeal stated that she was notified by the superintendent of the district that her son was bodily assaulted by his trainer on Sept. 11.

“I used to be advised she was performing an unlawful restraint on him and she or he struck him throughout his face. This was reported by the aide 2 days later,” the father or mother stated. “Nothing was instantly reported as required by legislation. So my son was subjected to being round this abuser for a number of days after she harmed him.”

Since studying of the alleged assault, McNeal stated she pulled her son out of the varsity and received’t be bringing him again. After not receiving enough data from FCUSD about what occurred to her son, she stated she plans to follow-up with a lawsuit.

“I can’t ask my son how he’s doing. I can simply hope that he’s doing okay,” McNeal stated. “I can look him in his eyes and inform him that I’ve his again.”

A name to motion occurred at Williamson Elementary faculty the place some mother and father and neighborhood members demanded that the trainer be terminated from her place. The trainer is at the moment on paid depart, in line with FCUSD.

“Security is our first precedence,” stated Folsom Cordova Unified College District Superintendent Sarah Koligian. “I’m a father or mother. I’m a grandparent. I’d need the identical for my youngsters as nicely. Particularly these of our little ones who’re susceptible and may’t communicate for themselves.”

She added the alleged assault is at the moment beneath investigation.

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