Parents are enraged after a hit was scribbled on a high school bathroom stall. It was found in the girl's bathroom at Beech Grove High School Wednesday. The list had the abbreviated names of seven girls with the message, telling them to die.
“At first, I blew it off,” said Debbie Carben, whose daughter, Kaycie, was on the list.
Beech Grove Schools Superintendent Dr. Paul Kaiser said the school has taken handwriting samples and spoken to all the students and parents involved. An email alert was also sent to about 800 parents.
“We don't think it was anything serious but we take the same steps all the time,” said Dr. Kaiser. “We talk to the people involve. We notify the parents. We go the extra mile to ensure the safety of our kids.”
Carben said she is still concerned about her daughter’s safety.
“Are they 100 percent concerned about my daughter's safety?” Carben said. “Are they doing everything that needs to be done to make sure that my daughter is safe? That's the only thing I can't replace and it's my kids.”
Kaiser said the school police officer is involved and they think they know who may have done it. They are still figuring out a proper way to discipline the student.