Are Des Moines Schools Intervening To Prevent Bullying and Fighting?

Thursday, November 30, 2023
Des Moines Register

When Raven Lee got a call from a staff member at Phillips Elementary School that her son was injured, she was told there was no need to rush to pick him up. On Oct. 20, 2021, Lee made the 30-minute drive from her job to the Des Moines school and took him to urgent care, she told the Des Moines Register. When picking up her son, school officials told her they were not sure what happened, but that her son, then in second grade, was sleepy.

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