Richmond County school system releases tribunal reports

Two Glenn Hills High School students became irate after an altercation, began cursing and refused to follow the principals’ instructions before one bumped the principal, according to a Richmond County tribunal finding recently made public.

The student who bumped the principal was assigned to the Tubman Education Center Alternative Program for the remainder of this semester. The second student was assigned to in-school suspension for two weeks.

The following findings are from tribunal hearings Sept. 13, 18 and 24. Students were given the option of attending the alternative program in lieu of long-term suspension unless otherwise noted:

-A Pine Hill Middle School student threw a rock through a school bus window and injured another student. The student was assigned to the alternative program for the remainder of the school year.

-Two Hephzibah High School students engaged in sexual misconduct Sept. 6. One student was assigned to the alternative program for one school year. The other student was assigned to the alternative program for the remainder of this semester.

-A Freedom Park Elementary School student was in possession of a knife at school. The student was assigned to the alternative program for the remainder of this semester.

-A T.W. Josey Comprehensive High School student was in possession of a pair of rusty scissors at school. The student was assigned to the alternative program for the remainder of this semester.

-A Glenn Hills High School student became verbally and physically aggressive toward the principal Feb. 29. The student was assigned to the Performance Learning Options Credit Recovery Program for the remainder of his high school career.

-Two Glenn Hills Middle School students charged with burglary of Meadowbrook Elementary School this summer were assigned to the alternative program for the remainder of this semester.

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