MCPS: Pupil member of Board of Education attacked on-line

“This habits is reprehensible, especially when older people are focusing on a scholar,” explained MCPS.

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — Officers say the College student Member of the Board of Education and learning in Montgomery County has come to be the victim of cyberbullying. 

In a statement sent to WUSA9, Montgomery County General public Universities (MCPS) says the Scholar Member of the Board (SMOB) Hana O’Looney, has lately experienced “insulting and inappropriate language” directed towards her on Twitter and other social media internet sites. 

MCPS officials stated the feedback were “clearly harmful tries at cyberbullying” and had vile language that personally attacked the college student.

“This actions is reprehensible, notably when grown ups are focusing on a college student,” said MCPS. “We are committed to respectful discourse about the critical concerns affecting Montgomery County Community Colleges.”

At a school board assembly, SMOB O’Looney claimed she was in favor of holding the district’s college mask prerequisite. 

“I consider our university technique really should follow CDC assistance at minimum,” O’Looney explained at the assembly. “If the CDC nonetheless says universal masking then I feel that is what we ought to do.” 

MCPS is however demanding masks in university. The MCPS Board of Education and learning will reevaluate whether or not masks must continue being in faculties on March 8.

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