"Where was the floor monitor when she went through that door?" said Laqueita Harris, who stopped to pick up her daughter, Destiny, 13. "My daughter is not coming back to school until I get some answers on this."
Catherine Kolowski rushed to the school to pick up her granddaughter.
"We are going to need some answers to this," she said. "They should not have had access to the roof."
Yo Laqueerta, STFU. Hopefully no one answers you and you get charged with contributing to your kid's truancy and delinquency after a week or so.
As if a floor monitor could be everywhere at once. The girl probably waited until the monitor left the area to check on something else.
No access to the roof? You serious Chatty Cathy?
What if there was a fire and that was the only way to get away from fire or smoke, yet it was locked or inaccessable and kids got hurt? You'd be starting a shytstorm complaining why was it locked?
The issue isn't why did she have access to the roof, but why wasnt there a detection system in place or functioning to let security know the door had been opened.
What if instead she chose to go into the basement and tried killing herself down there with pills? Then you'd all be crying, why wasn't the door to the basement locked,? and blaming the janitor.
Oh, she jumped into the pool and tried to drown, where was the gym teacher and why isnt the pool drained when not used.