Kenneth Preston, a 19-year-old Broward County, Florida, student who describes himself as “fighting for the truth” and promoting “school safety and government accountability” recently spoke publicly about his experience with the Broward County School Board. He is seek answers to questions about possible negligence committed by administrators overseeing the Stoneman School. Especially those by the school superintendent and board members who are responsible for ensuring the safety of their staff and students.
“Instead of addressing our concerns,” Preston said, “they prevented us from speaking.”
Listen to what he has to say:
Parkland parents, students, I went to the Broward School Board to seek answers for the potential negligence by Superintendent and Board prior to the tragedy at Stoneman. Instead of addressing our concerns, they prevented us from speaking. Read on to understand why. pic.twitter.com/Ppomdtl3BA
— Kenneth Preston (@kennethrpreston) April 27, 2018