Former Student Sues Mass. School District In Bullying Case
A former student in the Concord-Carlisle school system wants $2 million in compensation for bullying that she says school officials did nothing about.
In her lawsuit, former student Isabella Hankey says she suffered a pulmonary embolism as a direct result of threats, vandalism and other abuse she suffered in 2011 and 2012.
Hankey also alleges that school officials were given tips by other students about who did the bullying, but those tips were ignored and records relating to the incidents were destroyed.
Hankey is suing the towns of Concord and Carlisle, the school district, the school superintendent, her high school principal and the school’s assistant principal. (Metro Networks Inc.)