South Carolina Fifth Grader Raniya Wright, dies from Injuries from Bullying on Wednesday. I'm thinking that parents are going to take defending their child from bullying to the next level..This is sad

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On Todays episode A South Carolina fifth-grader who was injured when a fight broke out in her classroom died Wednesday, school officials said.

Raniya Wright, Wednesday morning after a fight at Forest Hills Elementary School in Walterboro, Colleton County School District officials said.
The fight was between two fifth-grade students. So a parent has a dead child caused by injuries from bullying. I believe there should be extreme penalties for bully. There should be a no tolerance. Are the teachers at fault? Why did the administration not resolve this as the parents of Raniya asked them to address this bullying and she got no assistance. What a shame a child had to die like this. Poor Raniya. We are so sorry for this families loss.

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