(Trinidad Guardian) Almost two months after a student at the Mayaro Government School had his arm broken by another student during an incident on the school’s compound, the school’s principal has been suspended indefinitely.
This was confirmed yesterday by T&T Unified Teachers’ Association (TTUTA) president Lynsley Doodhai yesterday.
“I can confirm that the principal of the Mayaro Government School was suspended on Friday morning arising out of an alleged bullying incident at the school. That was the incident where the child’s hand was broken,” Doodhai said in a telephone interview.
Pressed about the suspension of the principal, who is a TTUTA member, Doodhai said he needed time to issue a press release on the matter.
“I intend to put out a statement on Monday (today) dealing with these matters, I can’t say any more right now.”