Homestead Mother Pressing Charges After Third Grade Daughter Beaten On School Bus

A woman in South Florida claims she will file charges against the kids who were seen on tape abusing her daughter, age 9, on the school bus. According to the mother, the girl attends Coconut Palm K-8 Academy in Homestead and is currently in the third grade.

The mother, who wished to maintain her anonymity, told Local 10 News, “I got shown the footage of my daughter getting attacked by an older kid.

Officials from Miami-Dade Fire Rescue stated that they responded to the incident on Wednesday at about 4:10 p.m. in the vicinity of 24400 SW 124th Ave. Officials examined two kids for injuries before being released to their parents.

In the footage, kids can be seen clashing on a school bus one minute, and then a student can repeatedly be seen striking a young girl.

Then another student intervenes and begins to beat the female as well. It appears that both students are male. There are too many people on that bus, according to the mother. The two adults on the bus—the bus (driver) and the bus assistant—only sit in the front, which is why there is so much ranting.

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Another mother told Local 10 News outside the school on Thursday morning that she was “extremely unhappy and disappointed in the answer that students now take issues into their own hands with violence.” “This violence needs to end. It has a beginning point. The parents of the children committing these violent crimes should do more and pay closer attention to them.

According to the victim’s mother, her daughter, and two other kids, a 10-year-old boy and a 7-year-old boy, have only been attending the school since January 9.

Since bullying has affected her two eldest children, she claims she has spoken to the administration about the issue. Still, the principal, assistant principal, and even a counsellor, according to her, have done nothing about it. The principal reportedly told her they were overburdened and advised her to remove her children from the school.

Homestead Mother Pressing Charges After Third Grade Daughter

The mother replied, “We’ve had problems before with my son and the kids on the bus, as well as in the cafeteria and at dismissal. The only thing the district could tell me to do was to continue speaking with the principal and look up a bully report. “I already drew the line. I was also on the phone with the district. I spoke with someone from the community.

According to the woman, if this keeps happening, someone could be killed or gravely injured. She said you’re still in charge of our kids and caring for them. “For that, you have a job. Not only should you instruct them, but you should also call someone who can help if you notice anything amiss in your classroom rather than having to step in personally. Because the school is responsible if someone’s child dies.

Miami-Dade Schools Police and Fire Rescue responded, according to the mother. She declared that she would file charges. The mother stated, “My intention is not to implicate any other children.” “My aim is to ensure that they have the security for the children to ensure that this doesn’t happen again.”

According to Miami-Dade County Public Schools, an investigation is being conducted to see if the employee in the vicinity of the youngsters will be disciplined.

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