6 Glenn Hills Middle pupils suspended for sexual activity

 

Six Glenn Hills Middle School pupils were suspended after they were involved in sexual activity in the school, according to a Richmond County tribunal finding recently made public.

On Oct. 24, three of the pupils engaged in sexual activity, two were lookouts and one had a cellphone, according to a Nov. 2 tribunal finding.

The three who engaged in sexual activity were suspended for the rest of the school year, and the lookouts were suspended for the rest of the semester. All five were given the option to attend the Tubman Education Center alternative program in lieu of long-term suspension. The pupil who had the cellphone was given time served.

A Morgan Road Middle School special-education pupil came up behind another male pupil in the restroom Oct. 17 and made inappropriate motions and physical contact with him, according to an Oct. 26 tribunal finding. The offending pupil was suspended for the rest of the semester with the option to attend the alternative program.

A Collins K-8 special education pupil exposed himself to two female pupils in the classroom Oct. 12. He was given time served. The special-education team made othersuggestions, which the tribunal panel recommended be followed and which were not revealed in the Oct. 26 finding.

Two John S. Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School students printed unauthorized tickets to a school performance Oct. 14 and sold them to other students.

They were suspended for the rest of the semester with the option to attend the alternative program. They will return to their schools for the second semester and will not be allowed to return to Davidson, according to another Oct. 26 tribunal finding.

In the following tribunal cases, all pupils were given the option to attend the alternative program in lieu of long-term suspension, unless otherwise noted:

• A Pine Hill Middle School pupil had a pipe commonly used to smoke marijuana that contained marijuana residue on Oct. 13. He was suspended Oct. 26 for the rest of the semester.

• An Academy of Richmond County student threatened to shoot and kill another student Oct. 13. He was suspended Oct. 26 for the rest of the semester and placed on probation for the rest of the school year.

• Two Hephzibah High School students were suspended Nov. 2 after one hit another with a plastic pipe several times after school Oct. 20, and the other student had a pipe commonly used to smoke marijuana. The student who hit another was suspended for the rest of the school year, and the student with the marijuana pipe was suspended for the rest of the semester.

• A Richmond Academy student cut school and had a pipe commonly used to smoke marijuana Oct. 19. He was suspended Nov. 8 for the rest of the semester.

• Two Spirit Creek Middle School pupils attacked another pupil. The two pupils were suspended Nov. 8 for the rest of the semester and placed on probation for the second semester.

• A Spirit Creek pupil tried to get away from the teacher who was escorting him to the office and so he coulld get back to the pupil he had tried to fight on Oct. 27. He was suspended Nov. 8 for the rest of the school year.

 

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