Posted by Maria Mangicaro
Bullying Prevention Advocate
Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 5:50 pm | Updated: 5:50 pm, Wed Feb 19, 2014.
By Dan Adkins Georgetown News-Graphic
A second-grader was beaten so severely by classmates Wednesday, he was transported to an area hospital for care.
A group of second-graders reportedly ganged up on the boy on their school bus, then followed the boy off the bus and kept beating him, a Scott County sheriff’s deputy said.
Deputy Joshua Bedson said the boy, also a second-grader, was assaulted as the bus approached and entered Spindletop Mobile Home Park off Lisle Road about 2:45 p.m.
The boy, who has not been identified, was taken to Georgetown Community Hospital by Georgetown-Scott County Emergency Medical Services. No report on the boy’s condition was availble at press time.
The driver of the bus, identified as Bus No. 36, allowed the boys to get off the bus with the victim at the intersection of Mulholland Drive and Dale Drive, then allowed them back on, several parents at the scene said.
“They were getting off the bus, beating on him,” said parent Janie Schmidt.
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Published on Feb 1, 2012
A woman says her son, a second-grader, was badly beaten up by a sixth-grade boy for nearly five minutes on a school bus. She wants to know why the bus driver didn’t do something to help and why the other boy is not suspended.
Published on Nov 18, 2013
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