BIDEWOOD’S SCHOOL IS NOT COVERED BY INDEPENDENT STUDENT PROTECTION: Report

A recent report by the Associated Press indicates that BIDWELL SCHOOL in Newark, New Jersey, is not a covered educational service in the state.

According to the report, the Newark School District did not notify the state of any violations related to the school.

The AP reported that the Newark school district has been in the news recently as the number of school shootings increased and several of the victims were children.

The Newark district also has been under fire from parents who are calling for the district to be defunded because of its inadequate and ineffective security measures.

Newark has been a target of a string of school safety incidents in recent years, including a recent shooting at the Newark Public School.

The Associated Press reports that the school district is not required to notify the Department of Education of any problems with the school, but the AP says that when an employee makes a report to the Newark Police Department or the Newark Education Department, the report does not get forwarded to the state Department of Human Services.

The state Department is not responsible for monitoring the school or its security, according to the AP. 

The AP report also states that the district’s school website does not list any school security issues, and that the department does not respond to complaints regarding safety. 

According to the Associated Statesman, the AP also reported that, “BIDWEll has an enrollment of about 1,000 students, and the school’s enrollment rate is just about 1 percent. 

BIDEWELL’S SECURITY DEPARTMENT IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SECURING INDEPENT STUDENTS, BIDSWOOD SAYS: report The Newark School district also is not mandated by law to notify parents if they have questions about the safety of their children, nor is the school required to report any complaints to the Human Services Department. 

However, the district has received reports that students at the school have been assaulted by other students.

BIDAWOOD SAYs is investigating the reports and has reached out to the parents of students who were assaulted. 

A BIDWAYER NEWS REPORT in 2016 reported that BICYCLE SCHOOL in Cleveland, Ohio, was also not covered by independent student protection because of an administrative oversight. 

“The kids are not wards of our jurisdiction. “

The district has not been required to tell parents what’s going on in the school,” the principal told the Plain Dealer.

“The kids are not wards of our jurisdiction.

The kids are kids.

They are in school, they play with their friends, they eat lunch, they do homework, they go to school and all of that is going on.

They’re in the schools.” 

The BIDWOOD report said that the BIDCID did not respond directly to the newspaper’s questions about BIDEVES safety.