Racist Social Media Posts Prompt Special Meeting at Clovis Unified

Over the weekend, multiple students form Clovis Unified posited racially insensitive messages all over social media.

The comments made reference to African Americans with some students using the N word and discussing slavery.

District officials are now denouncing those statements. A meeting is being held Thursday night to discuss the social media posts and focus on ensuring that all students on campus feel safe and welcomed.

Clovis Unified isn’t the first school district to have to deal with racist social media posts by students. Back an April, Albany Unified officials reprimanded students for posting hateful KK and Zani imagery on Instagram.


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Thursday, December 14, 2017 - 19:15

The Newport-Mesa Unified School District Superintendent will be getting a nice bonus.

In a unanimous vote, the Board voted this week to give Superintendent Fred Navarro a $34,450 bonus.