She says she showed the messages to her teacher."I told the teacher to do something, call administrators, and she wasn’t doing anything,” said the teen, who hoped the teacher would press a button in the classroom that alerts administrators to come help."He was making threats through the door, and I told her ‘look, he's out there now’.She opened the door and his sister pushed her out-of-the-way,” added the victim. I told you what was fixing to happen, and you open the door."We took the student’s allegations to Saraland City Schools Superintendent Aaron Milner."I'm not going to comment on the individual actions of an employee within the Saraland system,” said Milner.Then you can see a teacher from another classroom run in and break up the fight.
They plan on charging the 18-year-old girl with assault.
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She says they've continued to threaten her outside of school, and she's scared to go back."I think that they should've been expelled and arrested on site. That doesn't make sense to me."Milner told FOX10 News, “We welcome meeting with any parent, sitting down, and discussing their individual needs."Milner says he is open to working with the family after the holiday break to see what else they can do once schools starts again.
He says any student who experiences any type of threat off campus should contact Saraland Police right away.