Chaos briefly erupted during the Whitehall school board's regular monthly meeting last Thursday, Dec. 11, at Etna Road Elementary School after a spokesman for Unite Ohio demanded the board meet with the group.
Chaos briefly erupted during the Whitehall school board’s regular monthly meeting Thursday, Dec. 11, at Etna Road Elementary School after a spokesman for Unite Ohio demanded the board meet with the group.
The Whitehall school board meeting began with the Pledge of Allegiance tonight, but it soon gave way to swearing, middle fingers and a swarm of police officers. The unrest began after Jeremy Deeter, speaking on behalf of activist organizations including Unite Ohio, Anonymous and the Three Percent militia, asked for board members to meet with him and about a dozen others after the official meeting.
When Whitehall City School District Athletic Director Mike Ferguson recognized several members of the high school's sports teams at a recent board meeting, he took a few moments to talk about each one.
Two Whitehall families have filed a civil lawsuit against the Whitehall City School District following at least two bus incidents in which they allege the driver assaulted their special-needs children while transporting them to school.