Car-damage teacher pleased with response
TEACHER LENORA HEADLEY is pleased with the response she has received after her cries for help last week.
Headley, who is the third form year-head, got the shock of her life when a student at Parkinson Memorial Secondary School allegedly smashed the left rear window of her car with a large stone, after initially pounding it, on the Pine, St Michael compound during school hours.
She said yesterday she was satisfied with the way officials from the Ministry of Education, the Barbados Union of Teachers and the Royal Barbados Police Force had responded.
After the incident, the 15-year-old student was removed from the school by police and later remanded to the Government Industrial School. (TG/HLE)
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