MCPS: Pupil member of Board of Schooling attacked on the net

“This behavior is reprehensible, particularly when grown ups are concentrating on a scholar,” said MCPS.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — Officials say the Scholar Member of the Board of Training in Montgomery County has grow to be the victim of cyberbullying. 

In a statement sent to WUSA9, Montgomery County Public Educational institutions (MCPS) states the Student Member of the Board (SMOB) Hana O’Looney, has a short while ago experienced “insulting and inappropriate language” directed to her on Twitter and other social media websites. 

MCPS officers mentioned the opinions have been “evidently hazardous makes an attempt at cyberbullying” and experienced vile language that personally attacked the pupil.

“This conduct is reprehensible, specifically when older people are targeting a pupil,” stated MCPS. “We are dedicated to respectful discourse about the significant concerns impacting Montgomery County Community Faculties.”

At a school board assembly, SMOB O’Looney claimed she was in favor of keeping the district’s university mask necessity. 

“I feel our faculty program must abide by CDC guidance at bare minimum,” O’Looney said at the meeting. “If the CDC however claims common masking then I assume that is what we need to do.” 

MCPS is nevertheless requiring masks in college. The MCPS Board of Education and learning will reevaluate no matter if masks should continue being in universities on March 8.

View Upcoming: Bullying received so undesirable she tried using to run into site visitors to stop it.

Joelle’s mother mentioned she was just 11-decades-old when she was bullied mercilessly at her Howard County Center College. Issues obtained so negative her father experienced to deal with her to quit her from operating into website traffic.

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