ZELIENOPLE, Pa - Several Seneca Valley parents attended the school board meeting Monday night to question members about bullying within the school district.
This came nearly two weeks after several girls conspired to falsely accuse a boy of sexual assault.
NOW: SV School Board President says just because something in a lawsuit, doesn’t mean that it’s fact & that SV followed all procedures. He’s Referring to the lawsuit against the district regarding several girls who intentionally falsely accused a boy of sexual assault. @WPXI pic.twitter.com/YvSBmspkR6— Gabriella DeLuca (@GabriellaDeLuca) October 15, 2018
Since then, several parents have come forward, claiming their child has also been a victim of bullying in the Seneca Valley School District.
"Lead by example. Show now hat SV will change the future. And make it better for all children all generations bc that's what we need to do here now," a mom said at the meeting.
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The school board responded, claiming the district followed all procedures.
"Just become something is contained in a lawsuit does not mean its fact. We have been issues with the complaint and feel strongly that the inclusion of district in the lawsuit is without merit," said James Nickel, the school board president.
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