JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Seven high school seniors in Juneau will be disciplined for hazing incoming freshman last May. Superintendent Mark Miller at a press conference Wednesday announced results of a school district investigation. The Juneau Empire reports the upperclassmen used a paddle to beat six freshmen. Miller says the school district will not release names of…More
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The Seattle school district banned 11 Garfield High School students suspected of participating in a recent off-campus hazing incident until officials decide if discipline is warranted. The students were told Friday not to return to class on Monday. Such “emergency expulsions” generally don’t last longer than two weeks, said Seattle Public Schools…More
Seattle police have identified six people suspected in a recent hazing incident involving Garfield High School students. Department spokeswoman Renee Witt said no arrests have been made and detectives are only in the investigative stages. She said parents of the suspected students are being contacted. Seattle Public Schools spokeswoman Teresa Wippel said district officials were notified Wednesday morning…More
Seattle police are investigating the latest in what district officials say has become a “tradition” of hazing at Garfield High School. Around 100 students were gathered at the Arboretum, where students were being “paddled, had on diapers, eggs were being thrown at students and shoe polish was all over their body,” during the most recent incident…More
Weather: Sunny, glorious, in the low 50s today and high 40s Sunday. Get outside! If you insist on knowing more, here are the details. Traffic: Smooth this morning. Check the latest. Boeing is not saying much about a worker who was seriously injured Friday evening after being run over by a 787 Dreamliner at Everett’s Paine Field. A…More