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@kennethrayprestonkr7z_cobwg• Sep 13, 2022
Racial rift emerges over Parkland shooting and Superintendent Robert Runcie – Sun Sentinel
An email from a school district department head went out urging attendance and accusing Runcie's detractors of using "vile language" not seen "since desegregation orders were enforced."
A couple of weeks ago, an email went out from the director of the district's diversity department to his staff, black community leaders, teachers and others urging people to attend Monday's town hall meeting to "make a statement in support of our superintendent."The email, obtained by the Sun Sentinel, said that Runcie had met privately several times with parents and stakeholders from Stoneman Douglas and the encounters had been "loud, aggressive and hostile.""The types of words used and vile language have been like nothing that has been seen since desegregation orders were enforced," wrote David L. Watkins, director of the school system's Department of Equity and Diversity.
Though the email began by stating that "Mr. Runcie is inviting you to come …," the superintendent said in an interview that he had not seen it and was unaware of it.
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@kennethrayprestonkr7z_cobwg• Aug 23, 2022
Retired Secret Service agent had warned Stoneman Douglas about security failures – Sun Sentinel
Two months before the massacre at Stoneman Douglas High School, a retired Secret Service agent warned administrators that the school could be vulnerable to a gunman.
“I said, ‘This stuff is blatantly obvious. You’ve got to fix this,’” Wexler said.He never heard another word from the district, he said.
Among his recommendations:— School gates should be locked, and students should wear ID badges showing they belong on campus. The schools’ policy requires gates to be locked during the day, but Wexler said he found they were not. The shooter on Feb. 14 was able to get on campus because the gates were opened at the end of the school day.
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@kennethrayprestonkr7z_cobwg• Aug 23, 2022
Runcie: HR director made call to keep coach accused of sexual harassment – Sun Sentinel
The school district said in a statement last week the 7-0 decision by a committee to fire Medina was reversed because “there was no direct evidence to distinguish between the conflicting statements provided by the students and the employee, and there were no previous records of discipline for the employee.A second statement released Tuesday afternoon, adds another reason: There was “no inappropriate physical contact.”
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@kennethrayprestonkr7z_cobwg• Aug 22, 2022
Dried blood and roses: Jury gets rare look at Parkland scene | AP News
In classroom after classroom, open notebooks displayed uncompleted lessons. A blood-coated book called, “Tell Them We Remember” sat atop a bullet-riddled desk in the classroom where teacher Ivy Schamis taught students about the Holocaust. A sign attached to a bulletin board read: “We will never forget.” Two students died there. In the classroom of English teacher Dara Hass, where the most students were gunned down, there were essays about Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for going to school, and who has since become a global advocate for educational access for women and girls. “A bullet went straight to her head but not her brain,” one student wrote. “We go to school every day of the week and we take it all for granted,” wrote another. “We cry and complain without knowing how lucky we are to be able to learn.”
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