Bloomfield Hills High School is shifting to remote learning this week just days after families filed a $150 million lawsuit over claims of racism.
The lawsuit was filed against the school district, the superintendent and the Bloomfield Hills High School principal last week.
And now the high school is shifting to remote learning as the district tries for a “cool down” period heading into Thanksgiving break.
Meanwhile, administrators will meet with staff to talk about how to better support students. Last week, two parents filed a lawsuit in response to racist graffiti and social media posts. One wrote: “All the n-words should be dead,” and a SnapChat post read “I hate n-words, they need to be extinguished.”
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