The Boston Herald is reporting that BPS officials are investigating a troubling incident involving a preschool student at the Condon School strapped to a chair by at least one teacher and multiple staffers placed on leave during the process.

According to the article, duct tape and nylon straps were used to restrain a young student to a chair in the preschool classroom. Needless to say, BPS officials are deeply troubled by the incident.

“The safety and well-being of our students is our No. 1 priority,” Skipper said via statement. “This incident is deeply concerning and goes against our values and policies as a school district. We understand how difficult this has been for both our student and their family, and we will continue to work directly with them to provide all the support they need to feel safe and continue learning at BPS.”

The student is currently receiving support through the Office of Specialized Services.

You can read all the details here.

More to follow.



  1. Justyn Tyme March 7, 2024 at 3:17 pm - Reply

    By now everybody with a brain must know that type of behavior is inexcusable. All of the adults involved
    should be fired and prosecuted. Kids have Rights be treated with respect and dignity by everyone!
    People are taken to court for Animal Abuse. What about KID ABUSE!!!!!!!

  2. David Connolly March 7, 2024 at 6:52 pm - Reply

    And the Mayor again puts a spin on it to her BPS flunkies out.

  3. This “Teacher”(?) Is… March 9, 2024 at 9:51 am - Reply

    …obviously not a “local”.
    A “local” would have their mug immediately plastered all over every single media platform across the globe.

    To the parent of this poor kid: Enjoy the new house.

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