Frisco ISD Worker Accused of Hurting Special-needs Student on Bus

A Frisco ISD bus aid has been accused of abusing a disabled student on his route. Ronald Lee Peters was charged with injury to a child March 29, according to Denton County court records.Tanya Adams told KTVT-TV (Channel 11) that her 10-year-old son came home from Corbell Elementary School one day with bruises on his inner thigh."He said that it was from the aid pinching him on the bus," Adams told the station. She said her son then revealed that more abuse had happened while riding the bus for special needs students. "He started telling me that the aid has pinched him before, has pulled his hair, has taken him by his shirt collar and choked him, twisted his arm back until he cried," Adams said.Frisco ISD could not be reached for comment. Adams said the school district has yet to give her any information or let her see the surveillance footage from her son's bus.She told the station that she's worried her son suffered more than she knows because Peters was his bus monitor for five weeks. Peters was released from the Denton County Jail the day of his arrest after posting bond, public records show.   Continue reading...

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