...what this incident... actually highlights... is Toronto District School Board trustee Stephanie Payne's utter lack of comprehension & common sense.
Just don't expect anyone in the uber-cowed, politically-correct mainstream media... to even touch this one with anybody else's 10 foot pole.
Officers were placed in 27 schools this year as part of a safety program in response to the shooting of 15-year-old Jordan Manners in a hallway of that school in May, 2007.**********
C.W. Jefferys, however, was not one of them, as school board trustee Stephnie Payne asked for more time to consult community members.
UPDATE: Hey Audley, can you hear the blood drops?
Principal Audley Salmon declared the school "unequivocally" safe less than three hours after the latest incident.**********
Salmon said such violence occurs in many schools across Ontario and Canada. "The halls in this school, without a doubt, unequivocally, are an extremely safe place," he said. "When you walk my halls during the day, you can hear a pin drop."
"That's how safe it is."
LAST WORD: Ixnay on the afesay
No Audley... this is how safe it is...
Trustee Stephanie Payne says she will allow a police officer in C.W. Jefferys Secondary School, after a stabbing in the cafeteria yesterday.[*]
The troubled school is also where 15-year-old Jordon Manners was shot and killed.