Dwana Haley expresses her disappointment in still not having some questions answered after attending Stone County School Board meeting in Wiggins on Monday evening. The board went into executive session and discussed the matter of a white student placing a noose on the neck of a black student. Once they were out of closed session, the board went on to other matters without bringing up the noose incident.
Dwana Haley expresses her disappointment in still not having some questions answered after attending Stone County School Board meeting in Wiggins on Monday evening. The board went into executive session and discussed the matter of a white student placing a noose on the neck of a black student. Once they were out of closed session, the board went on to other matters without bringing up the noose incident. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com
Dwana Haley expresses her disappointment in still not having some questions answered after attending Stone County School Board meeting in Wiggins on Monday evening. The board went into executive session and discussed the matter of a white student placing a noose on the neck of a black student. Once they were out of closed session, the board went on to other matters without bringing up the noose incident. Tim Isbell ttisbell@sunherald.com

Parents disappointed in school board’s handling of noose incident

November 07, 2016 09:06 PM

UPDATED November 08, 2016 07:23 PM

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