Restraining Order to Keep 4th Grade Classmates Apart


Restraining Order to Keep 4th Grade Classmates Apart

Would you involve law enforcement if you felt your child was endangered by a classmate?

As ABC News Reports, a Riverside County court judge has issued a temporary restraining order against a 4th grader who allegedly threatened his classmate, Christopher Casteel, with a knife. 

Casteel's father, who requested the restraining order, had been shocked by what he felt was a “boys will be boys” reaction from the elementary school and district. 

Read the full story on ABC News

Do you worry about your child's safety at school?

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