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Look here the thing. Doesnt matter what color, race, religion, sex and age you are suicide is present. The fact is society as a whole has become a problem. So, while the other three schools may need to be completely renovated or replaced, they don need new construction additions. Maintenance on these buildings will continue to be deferred due to lack of funding. Then, when you factor in capacity issues, it would be the difference between moving 265 kids from Cary to one other school (Carver), versus having to split up one of the other schools between several elementaries because no school in proximity had the capacity to absorb their students.
Birmingham school in stranger danger alert after Audi driver orders boy towards his carPolice alerted after incident at Colmers School and Sixth Form College in Rednal15:18, 9 JUL 2018Updated15:27, 9 JUL 2018Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA Birmingham school has issued a stranger danger alert after a student was ordered ‘to go towards a car’ by a shouting Audi driver.The pupil, who attends Colmers School and Sixth Form College, in Rednal, was allegedly approached by a man at around 8.25am today (July 9).The driver then raised his voice and ordered the boy to go towards the vehicle.The child ran away and promptly reported the incident to school staff. The pupil was not injured and he is said to be recovering with his parents.Alert after taxi driver ‘told schoolboy to get inside a car’A West Midlands Police spokesman said: “Police are investigating after a boy was approached by a black Audi at around 9am this morning (9 July) on Bristol Road South, Rednal.”The driver of the car asked the boy to get in the car. He refused to do so, and walked to a place of safety before reporting the incident.”Enquiries are on going and we would urge anyone with information to get in touch.”The boy did the right thing by telling the school and his parents about the incident and has clearly remembered the stranger danger messages given by family and the school.”School head, Barry Doherty, has written to parents informing them of the incident.Mr Doherty said: “At about 8:25am this morning, one of our students successfully dealt with a very unpleasant situation that has since beenreported to the police for investigation.”A man (described as white, bald, medium build, stubbled face) approached one of our students in a black Audi.