The 12-year-old African American said three white students held her on a school playground a week ago during the break, covering her mouth, shouting off her insulting names, and cutting her hair with scissors.  The girl's grandparents, who are their guardians, issued an apology on Monday statement sent to the Washington Post by the school. "We apologize to the administrators and families of the Immanuel Christian School for the damage this incident has done to trust the school family and the inappropriate disdain it has inflicted on the school. We would like to apologize to the broader community that has been working for our daughter, that she has betrayed your trust. "We know healing will take some time, and we hope and pray that the boys, their families, the school, and the wider community will be able to forgive us in time." Were not immediately sent back.
Three boys who were accused of attacking girls and cutting their dreadlocks at Virginia Private School, we can now confirm that the student who accused three of her classmates of the attack acknowledged that the allegations were false "Thank you to the Fairfax County Police Department for their careful examination of these allegations," Danish wrote. "While we are relieved to hear the truth and to finish the events of the last days, we also feel enormous pain for the victims and the injured both sides of this conflict, we are aware that we are now approaching healing for a long time. "
The Fairfax police opened an investigation into the incident last week after being contacted by the girl's family. The department stated that it could not comment on developments, as the subjects concerned were exclusively young people.
Immanuel Christian is a private K-1
0 National Blue Ribbon School with 469 students. Nearly half of the students are students of color, according to Immanuel officials. African American students account for 11 percent of the school population. The tuition for middle school students is $ 11,500. Vice President Pence's wife, Karen Pence, teaches part-time arts at the school for students in grades 1 through 5.
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