CALEDONIA — For the second time in a month the Caledonia-Mumford Superintendent and the School Board are facing criticism for a lengthy suspension.
According to our news partner 13WHAM a student was suspended for 16 weeks for apparently being caught with cigarettes. The student will not be allowed back in school until April 8.
The family of the student hired Attorney Sarah Wesley who told 13WHAM that the family is fighting for the young mans eduction.
Just this past December the School Board decided to reduce an initial 6-month suspension to 2-months after a student smoked pot on his way to school for the day and then drove a vehicle during his first period drivers education class.
PHOTO CAPTION: Cal-Mum Superintendent Robert Molisani at a previous School Board meeting. (Photo/ Conrad Baker)