FAIR LAWN, N.J. (WUNF) — At Fair Lawn High School on Sunday, January 10th at 2 P.M. a rally will be held to support administrators who were criticized for questioning a student about tweets that were anti-Israeli.
Adi Vaxman, lives in Fair Lawn and said that parents in the district want to show school officials how much they appreciate them.
Schools Superintendent Bruce Watson said on Thursday in a statement that district officials “are obligated by New Jersey’s anti-bullying statute which is one of the strictest in the nation, to investigate” the allegation that Bethany Koval put the other student in danger.
The group will gather at 2 p.m. in the front of the Fair Lawn High School; Vaxman, says that this will be a peaceful rally.
Vaxman also said to UNF News Reporter Kyle Mazza in a statement that “parents feel the school administration should have the ability to do their job without fear of persecution by activist groups or the media; they are acting to protect and ensure the safety of our children and we commend them for that”
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