BOSTON (CBS) – A safety plan is being developed for the Henderson Inclusion School in Dorchester, two days after a violent attack on the school principal.
The school will be closed again on Friday as the district works on a plan to bring back students and staff. Boston Schools Superintendent Brenda Cassellius said she would announce the safety plan by noon.
Principal Patricia Lampron was brutally assaulted and knocked out during a dismissal on Wednesday afternoon.
According to the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, Lampron asked the 16-year-old to drop out of school, but the girl then grabbed the principal’s hair and repeatedly punched her on the head and neck. face. Lampron fell to the ground and remained unconscious for several minutes.
Another staff member who intervened was also injured. Lampron, 61, was released from the hospital and is resting at home.
School security officers arrested the girl, who has not been identified due to her age. She was arrested Thursday in juvenile court for assault and battery. The teenager was ordered to stay away from the principal and the school. If she is released on bail, she must wear a GPS bracelet and stay home.