OKC school will not release reports on sexual assault allegations

A Catholic school in Oklahoma City has refused to release investigative reports into allegations of sexual assault. The local district said it would not give in to demands to release the results of the sexual assault allegations. Some students said they would walk out of class on Tuesday at Mount St. Mary if this report was not made public on Monday. when the parents gave them until Monday to have an answer, otherwise the students would walk out. The school refused to meet Monday’s deadline. A former student has gone public with sexual assault allegations at Mount St. Mary. it’s really traumatic to have to deal with it again. It’s been a long time and I don’t even like to think about what happened,” the former student said. After this victim, several others came forward and the school was forced to launch an independent investigation, which found that the school had failed to act appropriately. The parents of the victims are now demanding that the investigation be made public. The school declined on Monday and said in a statement: “The release of the investigation reports raises several privacy concerns, including the privacy interests of victims, minors, parents and school staff. .other staff who ‘participated in defiance of the voices of the victims.’ School officials said the process was continuing, that they were hearing from parents and understanding the importance of what they had. to say.” Regarding the mandatory declaration, it is unclear if the students will go on strike on Tuesday. If they do, school officials said they would consider it an excused absence for a period.

A Catholic school in Oklahoma City has refused to release investigative reports into allegations of sexual assault.

The local district said it would not give in to demands to release the results of the sexual assault allegations. Some students said they would quit class on Tuesday at Mount St. Mary if this report was not made public on Monday.

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The letter was sent to school officials on Friday when parents gave them until Monday for a response or students would walk out. The school refused to meet Monday’s deadline.

A former student has gone public with sexual assault allegations at Mount St. Mary.

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“At first I was really scared because honestly it’s just really traumatic to have to deal with this again. It’s been a long time and I don’t even like to think about what happened,” said said the former student.

After this victim, several others came forward and the school was forced to launch an independent investigation, which concluded that the school had not acted appropriately.

The parents of the victims are now demanding that the investigation be made public.

The school declined on Monday and said in a statement, “The release of the investigation reports raises several privacy concerns, including the interests of victims, minors, parents and school staff.”

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Parents also asked the school to assess other staff who “participated in defiance of the voices of victims”.

School officials said the process is continuing, that they are hearing from parents and understanding the importance of what they have to say.

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It is unclear if the students will strike on Tuesday. If they do, school officials said they would consider it an excused absence for a period.

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