The first week at school after the summer break is often traumatic for some kids; for one young boy it must have been too much. He was escorted into Yeso Elementary school, New Mexico, in handcuffs by a police officer.
Last Wednesday, an 11-year-old boy was handcuffed and escorted to Yeso Elementary school by a police officer krqe.com report.
Although some parents are reported being shocked about the treatment the school boy received the police report shows that the boy's mother and grandmother requested police help when the child refused to go to school.
The news report continues to say that police officer discovered the child hiding in a playground. The child would not respond to the policeman's requests to come out the young boy became 'belligerent' and had to be restrained. According to the police report, it was mother's idea to handcuff the child and "be mean and yell ... to teach him a lesson and scare him."
The Yeso Elementary School located in the Artesia Public Schools District in New Mexico received a distinguished Great Schools Rating of 8 out of 10, and has an overall ranking of 76th out of 415 elementary schools in New Mexico.