We're still following the bureau of children's justice investigation into the oroville elementary school district.
Action news now reporter amy lanski spoke to parents today and joins us live at the oroville elementary school district i caught up with two parents and both said they think the district is doing a good job.
The bcj is investigating the district's student discipline policies and practices.
"i have had a good experience with the elementary school, my boys have gone their since kindergarden, i have always felt the school was fair with discipline."
This means it's looking at suspensions and expulsions..
As well as alternatives.
"at stanford usually they get a couple of warnings and then it's a call home to a parent.
Nichella atterberry used to work at stanford elementary she said if its a physical altercation it's usually a suspension.
"depending on the issue, well even if it's..
Both parties are always suspended if it's a physical altercation."
Another mom who did not wish to be on camera agreed.
"i think it's fair, and i don't hear people saying it's unfair."
That same mom did say she wishes she felt more welcome when it comes to dealing with school issues.
"i wish there was more of a better relationship with the parents and the school."
The school district put out a statement that it is highly focused on providing a safe learning environment for all students and is cooperating with the innquiry."
I did reach out tp the oroville elementary school district superintendent..
He said he did not have time to talk today... .we are still waiting to hear back from the b- c-j.
The bureau of children's justice is a branch of the state department of justice.
As soon as we hear from the school and b-c-j... we will get that information to you