The 10-day suspension ended Tuesday for a 16-year-old Oakwood High School student whose Snapchat post was taken as a possible threat.
But his future as a student with the school remains uncertain, his mother said.
Oakwood City Schools officials have recommended expulsion.
The teenager posted the statement “You aren’t even prepared for tomorrow” to Snapchat, accompanied by a close-up photo of him wearing a (hair)do-rag and sunglasses.
The teen’s father, Charles Jarrett, said his son was referring to his outfit.
The Oakwood Public Safety Department determined it was not a direct threat.
District administrators said they felt differently and saw it as “inciting a bomb threat, cyberbullying, intimidating others and a threatening image,” Jarrett said previously, referencing the letter that recommended expulsion.
The teen last year was expelled for most of the last school year after he made a threat to shoot up the school in 2018.
His parents said because of that incident, the district wasn’t giving him a chance and was jumping to conclusions about his Snapchat post.
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