Superintendent: Student Targeted By Racist Notes Back in School; No One Identified as Author of Hateful Words

FRAMINGHAM – Superintendent Bob Tremblay said the students, who received the racist note at Hemenway Elementary School, has returned to class.

The students and the her sibling, had not returned to school immediately following the instance, but are back in class now, said Tremblay to Source.

Tremblay said there is no new information on the investigation into who wrote the notes or put them in the girl’s cubicle area in November.

One of the notes said “I will kill you.” The other said “you’re a terrorist.”

The Superintendent of Schools said the district has and continues to work with police, but no one has been identified as the author of the notes.

He also said no other incidents have happened since November.

Tremblay said the school district is working on a Coming Together community event, being organized by the Assistant Superintendent Joseph Corazzini and the Greater Framingham Community Church’s Rev. J. Anthony Lloyd.

Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni

Susan Petroni Framingham Source Editor Email: Phone: 508-315-7176

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