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St. Bernard school board discusses safety concerns in wake of brawl | #childsafety | #kids | #chldern | #parents | #schoolsafey


Many concerned parents showed up and showed out Monday night trying to find a solution to the problem with the constant fights they say have been happening at the school. The room was packed with teachers, parents and students, all with the common goal of trying to find a way to fix the problem. Parents told board members that the fighting videos are disturbing and that some bad behavior on campus has simply escalated out of control. They blame the issue on crowding. Parents say a second high school should be built in the district — to free up space at Chalmette High and they called for the school to provide more mental health services, additional resource officers, and impose harsher punishment for violent acts.WDSU spoke to a few parents, and one says when she saw the video, it made her concerned for her child’s safety. Others sounded off about possible solutions. One board member proposed the idea of open dialogue — saying a monthly community meeting could be a proactive solution.

Many concerned parents showed up and showed out Monday night trying to find a solution to the problem with the constant fights they say have been happening at the school.

The room was packed with teachers, parents and students, all with the common goal of trying to find a way to fix the problem. Parents told board members that the fighting videos are disturbing and that some bad behavior on campus has simply escalated out of control.

They blame the issue on crowding. Parents say a second high school should be built in the district — to free up space at Chalmette High and they called for the school to provide more mental health services, additional resource officers, and impose harsher punishment for violent acts.

WDSU spoke to a few parents, and one says when she saw the video, it made her concerned for her child’s safety. Others sounded off about possible solutions. One board member proposed the idea of open dialogue — saying a monthly community meeting could be a proactive solution.

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