CHICESTER, Pa. - A local school district is responding to accusations from parents who say a disturbing uptick in bullying and fights have them worried about their children's safety.
Just days into the new school year, videos of brutal beat downs at Chichester High School have been posted to social media. One of the recordings shows a 9th grader being pummeled on the school bus, other fights have erupted inside school stairwells and classrooms.
One mother who spoke to FOX 29 claimed that both of her daughters were being bullied. She said every day her daughter needs to request a ‘Flash Pass’ to raise in the classroom when she's getting bullied.Jennifer Frazier, a mother of two at Chichester High School, told FOX 29 that her daughters are currently being bullied by classmates.
The torment is so bad that the girls say they're afraid to go to school. She said every day her daughter needs to request a ‘Flash Pass’ to raise in the classroom when she's getting bullied.