ALBANY (KRON) — This week a group of East Bay high school students returned to class after facing discipline for obscene social media posts.
The teenagers, who attend Albany High School, were punished for posting racist images on Instagram and making Nazi salutes in the hallways at school.
The Superintendent did not release details of the students’ punishment because they are minors.
Parents of the students targeted, some of which want the perpetrators expelled, were set to hold a meeting at 10:00 a.m. Saturday.
However, the Assistant Principal sent out an e-mail postponing the meeting.
The few parents who still showed up are calling this a missed opportunity.
This comes one day after the disciplined students returned to campus.
Upon arrival, the students were greeted with a rally sponsored by the school’s Black Student Union.
Less than a dozen parents showed up despite email from asst. principal postponing mtg. Parents call this a missed… https://t.co/J3eyNWfzut
— Philippe Djegal (@pdjegal) April 1, 2017