District won't move stop away from sex offenderCLOQUET, Minn. (AP) — The Cloquet School District has denied a parent's request to move a bus stop away from a sex offender's house.
CLOQUET, Minn. (AP) — The Cloquet School District has denied a parent's request to move a bus stop away from a sex offender's house.
Tarissa Saice says she no longer felt her fifth-grader was safe standing alone at the bus stop after the sex offender moved into the neighborhood. So each morning, she packs up her 8-month-old baby and her 4-year-old and they walk the older child to the bus stop.
Superintendent Ken Scarbrough wrote in a letter to parents that changing a bus route every time a sex predator moves into a neighborhood would set a "problematic precedence."
The Duluth News Tribune (http://bit.ly/ta4SNV ) says the sex offender is the community's only Level 3 predator, which means he's at the highest risk to reoffend.