More than 50 violations revealed social services at Christian School after the death of a 5-year-old girl
In early March, the rescue service received a call about an unresponsive child at the George Bryan Christian School, also known as the Kleinbrook Community Preschool, Harris County, Texas. The rescue team arriving at the scene urgently took the baby to the hospital, where her death was later announced.
To date, neither the school management, nor the forensic expert have been able to name the cause of death.
A few days after the tragedy, the school mailout to all parents with a notice of the termless closure of the school.
"Although we are confident and absolute in our efforts as a team to continue to care for children, we have decided it is best that we take a temporary step back to mentally and physically recalibrate," read the letter that was obtained by KTRK.
According to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services, over almost four years of the George Bryan Christian School's work, social workers have systematically reported numerous violations.
“13 violations weighted as “high,” 40 classified as “medium” and three deemed as “low,”” reports ABC News.
The Harris County Sheriff's Office and the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services are investigating the girl’s death. According to official information, homicide detectives are involved in the investigation, who look for signs of a possible murder or improper care of the child, which led to death.
To date, the investigation has no evidence of involvement of any of the staff in the unexpected and mysterious death of the girl.
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