January 25, am Updated January 25, am. The group issued a list of demands including a stop to strip searches of children and a public apology to the students and community. On its Facebook page, Progressive Leaders of Tomorrow said three of the girls had to remove their shirts and the fourth was given an in-school suspension for refusing to remove her shirt and pants. While it did not say specifically what happened to the girls, the district said school staff can conduct physical or medical evaluations if they observe behavior that is out of character in students. Micah Barreiro, president of the Broome Tioga NAACP, gave the school board a list of demands, including removal of the principal, the assistant principal and the nurse who did the searches. Read Next.
Four 12-Year-Old Black Girls Were Allegedly Strip Searched At A Middle School In New York
School denies that year-old girls were strip-searched
Parents in upstate New York are calling for the resignation of two school employees amid claims that the employees told four year-old girls they had to be strip-searched because they were suspected of using drugs. They claim that three of the students were forced to strip down to their bras, with at least one student stripping down to her bra and underwear. These girls were sexually assaulted. The people involved should have been handcuffed, taken downtown and fired immediately. Binghamton City School District's board of education responded to claims middle school students were strip searched.
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Reports about the incident spread quickly on social media, leading local community organisations to protest and rally in support of the students, which drew national attention. Emily DeSantis, a spokeswoman for the education department, said state officials would work with state police and local leaders. The state police said it had offered to assist the Binghamton Police Department, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Four girls at a middle school in Binghamton, N. What happened next is in dispute, and has led the governor to call for an investigation. Reports about the incident spread quickly on social media, leading local community organizations to protest and rally in support of the students, which drew national attention. On Wednesday, Gov.