#cyberbullying | #cyberbully | Racial bullying at Kettle Moraine schools leads to lawsuit

Ebony Crumble, the mother of a Black Kettle Moraine High School student, filed a lawsuit Friday morning against the Kettle Moraine School District after her daughter was the target of racial bullying, according to the filed complaint.

According to the complaint, Crumble’s daughter, referred to as SQ, dealt with harassment from middle school to high school.

Over the last three years, cyberbullying, involving KMSD technology, and bullying at school were brought to tearchers’ attention yet no action was taken place, according to Crumble.

“Minor Plaintiff SQ… as well as those of similarly situate students of color, were violated when Defendants KMSD, KM Middle School and KM High School… failed to protect SQ and other students from the hostile learning environment cultivated at both Kettle Moraine High School and Kettle Moraine Middle School,” the complaint stated.

The complaint also states the from the time of SQ’s enrollment, she endured “persistent and pervasive racial harassment” and bullying that violates KMSD policies.

Petitioners of the complaint are requesting the court to order KMSD to adopt an anti-bullying and harassment program provided by a third-party and staff to receive ‘diversity training’ with information about race, nationality, gender and disability stereotypes.

You can read the entire complaint here:

KMSD Complaint FILED by TODAY’S TMJ4 on Scribd

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