PHILADELPHIA – Police say the parents of a Philadelphia elementary school boy was a vice principal and principal during the family fun day after they were told that they had to sign of the child in the office.
The alleged attacks on Wednesday, Robert B. Pollock elementary School happened in front of the schoolchildren.
Officials say the two tried to remove their son directly from the outside.
Police say the 37-year-old Nicole Myers then struck the vice-principal. They say that they beat the principal and the two fell to the ground. The police says that when the father of the child struck the principal in the head multiple times.
Myers faces charges, including aggravated assault. No attorney information available.
Police are still looking for the father.
The district says that such behaviour cannot be tolerated and they are to cooperate with the police.