"[The police] shared some information with us, and we followed up," Superintendent Scott Martzloff said. "We made the determination to take disciplinary action." He declined to say how many students were suspended. Though based on Amherst police findings, it's likely that several of Jamey's classmates were sanctioned. Regarding the severity of punishments these students received, Martzloff said only that the students face "a minimum of suspensions." That implies at least short-term suspensions of up to five days, with the possibility of long-term suspensions subject to a hearing. Expulsion is not an option for students of this age.Buffalo police announced in October that there would be no criminal charges against the students
Monday, December 5, 2011
School Suspends Students Who Bullied Suicide Victim Jamie Rodemeyer
The Buffalo News reports that the students who literally bullied Jamie Rodemeyer to death are getting off light.