Carmel Clay Schools officials have remained vague about why the district's superintendent spent three months on paid leave, offering only a short statement when Nicholas Wahl resigned Friday evening. Meanwhile, Carmel residents and parents of students have taken to social media, demanding to know more about why Wahl quit and calling the board's transparency into question.
Noblesville Schools says it is "addressing the issue" after a Noblesville High School student was identified yelling profanities and racial slurs while wearing a Nazi flag in a video circulating social media. The video shows the student yelling into a megaphone in Forest Park while wearing a Nazi flag, with the text "come to forest." The person recording it is saying, "Let me see your flag, turn around."
Carmel Clay Schools added its two cents to Indiana's education conversation during the Indiana General Assembly by creating a list of priorities. With the state's largest high school and a tax base in the second wealthiest county, the district has a reputation as a leader in the public school system. Carmel was the only Hamilton County school to release legislative priorities.
@nchute Good point. I just got off the phone with Noblesville Police confirming that there was no unlawful behavior in this situation. I'm thinking the school referred me to that code because they can't comment on individual students, not as confirmation he was expelled.
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