PCM, Superintendent face civil suit
A survey dated June 21 was sent out to Prairie City-Monroe School District parents, inquiring about what athletic teams their children have played on the last two years, and if the student has ever been subjected to or witnessed behavior that could be considered bullying, hazing and inappropriate sexual conduct or remarks.
The questionnaire is related to a civil lawsuit filed June 12 by the parents of an unidentified male middle-school-aged student against the PCM school district and superintendent Jane Babcock. The case alleges Babcock and school board member Mitchell Chipps were aware of the student being sexually harassed by a ninth-grade student.
The suit alleges the ninth-grade student made repeated requests of the plantiffs' son to expose his genitals during and after wrestling practices at PCM High School. The suit states the plantiff's son was eventually bullied into exposing himself in the PCM High School locker room.
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