Indiana junior high threatens prison custody if child not picked up on time from mandatory homework class
A junior high school in Indiana threatens parents with police and child protective service involvement if they fail to pick up their child on time after mandatory Friday classes for missed homework.
Outraged parents forwarded us a letter from the Tell City Junior High School in Indiana in which they were given a days notice that their child had to attend a Friday class to catch up on missed homework.
The letter stated in bold that if a parent didn’t arrive at the agreed time to pick up their child, “arrangements have been made with the Tell City Police Department to have them housed at the police station.”
The letter then states that intervention by the police will also necessitate involvement of the Perry County Office of Family and Children.