A recent high school freshman has gone on record about the school’s “crazy” and “creepy” students, saying they are “the worst in the school.”
The freshman, who wished to remain anonymous because she was afraid of repercussions, shared the story of how her fellow students, some of whom were her friends, harassed her at a party one Saturday.
She shared the text messages that she received in response to her story on the school district’s Facebook page, saying the students were “terrifying” and were “just looking for a fight.”
“They had no fear.
They were like, ‘If you’re not here, we’ll get you,'” she wrote.
“They were just looking for the chance to take the opportunity to make a statement.”
The story is in response a series of text messages from several students at Xavier, one of which has been shared more than 2,000 times.
One of the texts read: “I’m so sorry for what happened at Xavier.
It’s hard to believe, but I’m so mad at you for what you did.”
In response, one student said, “I didn’t know what to say, but what’s important to me is that this isn’t an isolated incident.
This is a trend we have to change.”
Another student wrote: “It’s really messed up how people can act so immature.
They are just scared to be in your presence.
They can’t see the bad behavior.”
In the Facebook post, the freshman said she felt that her classmates and the school are “just trying to bully” her, and that she felt a “creeping of fear” in the atmosphere.
“I just feel like they’re looking for an opportunity to say something,” she said.
“I feel like I’m in a dark place.
They’re just trying to get the spotlight on me.”
The school district released a statement on Friday in which they said the district is working to “develop a plan for a safe environment.”
“Our schools have a high level of safety and our students, staff and parents are all safe at all times,” the statement read.
“We continue to strive to improve our processes and policies to better protect all of our students and staff.”
According to the statement, a meeting was held in January to discuss the issue.
It was to address the issues raised by the student.
“We have a plan in place to address all of the concerns the student has raised, including a comprehensive plan that addresses her concerns in a way that respects the rights of all students, including our LGBT students, to be treated respectfully and respectfully treated,” the district’s statement said.