“I wanted to know what they have done since she’s passed. Because we weren’t hearing really anything from the school. We need to educate the kids, They don’t view pills, prescription pills, as drugs.”Stephanie Vaughn, mother of Sienna Vaughn
(CBS Texas) — Parents and teachers pressed the school district and police Tuesday night with some hard questions about whether enough is being done to protect students from the dangers of fentanyl.
“Is enough being done to protect your children from fentanyl?”
That is the question parents of a Plano ISD student want answered, after she died last month from a pill that she thought was a painkiller.
Last night, parents and educators here in Plano ISD, they pressed the school district about what they’re going to do to keep kids safe.…
This meeting comes one month after a Plano high school cheerleader died after taking a pill she was told was a painkiller, but ended up being fentanyl.
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