well vlad, when my husband was a high school teacher, kids who were at the school after hours were always supervised, no one was left unattended and vulnerable. When a girl needed a ride home, he called me, and we both went together to take her home, and make sure she got inside her house safely.
This was a small rural school, so maybe things were different, but nobody would have left a girl vulnerable, with no way to call her parents. I blame the school staff who failed to help her.
This is true..at least where I teach and coach. This seems to be a mixed level school. Mine is a middle school. I am to stay and watch any of my female athletes until they are in the car or bus home. If their parents don’t come for an hour it doesn’t matter. I stand at the front of the school til they arrive. High school coaches in the same district are not required to watch the athletes beyond the time they leave the locker rooms to head home. Many drive so maybe that is the distinction. If this happened in my building we’d be liable.... big time. Whether she was actually raped or not...we should have been there.
Same here, Judith Anne. From my experience a child would never have been left alone like that. Not saying it didn’t happen exactly that way, but it’s way outside of anything I have ever experienced.