Homewood-Flossmoor High School administrators took steps last school year to review and update harassment protocols and work continues this year.
In a memo to parents, students and staff dated Friday, Nov. 4, District 233 Superintendent Scott Wakeley and H-F Principal Clinton Alexander outlined five steps the administration took in the 2021-22 school year after students raised concerns about sexual harassment.
This was the fifth memo District 233 sent to parents in a move toward transparency as they respond to an alleged sexual assault at the school on Monday, Oct. 31. Police questioned . . .