The bullying that sent Blake Kitchen (left) to the hospital allegedly began with the eighth-grader harassing Blake’s 14-year-old brother, Preston. The boy’s family complained to the school, even sending a certified letter to Weakley asking him to intervene. Destiny Kitchen (right), the mother of Preston and Blake, said the principal twice talked to the eighth-grader.
The bullying that sent Blake Kitchen (left) to the hospital allegedly began with the eighth-grader harassing Blake’s 14-year-old brother, Preston. The boy’s family complained to the school, even sending a certified letter to Weakley asking him to intervene. Destiny Kitchen (right), the mother of Preston and Blake, said the principal twice talked to the eighth-grader. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star
The bullying that sent Blake Kitchen (left) to the hospital allegedly began with the eighth-grader harassing Blake’s 14-year-old brother, Preston. The boy’s family complained to the school, even sending a certified letter to Weakley asking him to intervene. Destiny Kitchen (right), the mother of Preston and Blake, said the principal twice talked to the eighth-grader. Jill Toyoshiba The Kansas City Star

Liberty Middle School principal resigns in the wake of bullying case

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