Police Respond to Disturbance Involving Boulder Hill Parent, Principal
Apr 18, 2016 12:58PM
● By Shannon Antinori
No arrests were made after a student's parent allegedly screamed at the principal at Boulder Hill Elementary School, 163 Boulder Hill Pass, on Monday morning, police said.
Deputies responded to a report of a disturbance at the school at around 7:59 a.m., according to the Kendall County Sheriff's Office.
Deputies and officers who arrived on the scene were told that the event was related to a misunderstanding involving the parent’s child, according to police.
“The parent left the school without further incident and was later trespassed from school property by school officials,” police said.
Authorities at the school did not wish to pursue the matter further, according to police.
Other than the initial call reporting the disturbance, the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office said it did not receive any other 911 calls related to the incident.
“The matter was an isolated incident between the parent and the principal and it does not appear that there was ever any type of threat to anyone else present at the school,” police said in a press release.