Armani The child school brooklyn, 6, suffered two broken arms at Public School 106 in Brooklyn. An outraged Brooklyn mother says her son was forced to sit through school with two broken wrists that went unnoticed by teachers and staffers.
Krystal Alejandro plans to sue the city Department of Education over the injuries she says her 6-year-old boy Armani suffered on Dec. 18 at Public School 106 in Bushwick. Alejandro said no one said anything about her son’s injuries when she picked him up from an after-school program. He complained that his hands were sore.
The first-grader pointed out scratches on his hands as he told his mother that he fell at the school playground, Alejandro said. When Armani continued to complain about the pain in his hands that night, Alejandro took the boy to Wyckoff Hospital, where doctors told her that both of his wrists were fractured. Since then, he’s been wearing two heavy casts on his arms and is too upset to return to class, Alejandro said. I have to do everything for him because of his casts. It bothers him and he hates it. The child is in so much discomfort — and is so distraught after allegedly being left by school staffers with two untreated broken bones — that Alejandro is homeschooling him until his psychological and physical injuries start to heal. She says PS 106 Principal Magaly Moncayo told her the incident happened on the playground just after classes ended and that the boy was supposed to be supervised by after-school workers.
Alejandro said Armani just told her he fell on a school jungle gym. Moncayo didn’t respond to an email seeking comment, but DOE spokeswoman Miranda Barbot said the school is looking into what happened. We are treating this with the utmost seriousness and it will be thoroughly investigated. PS 106 enrolls 424 students and it has earned mixed reviews from parents and teachers. The same questionnaire asked educators if they would recommend the school to other families. Attorney Marcel Florestal said on Friday he plans to file a notice of claim against the city for failing to prevent Armani’s injuries with adequate supervision. Florestal said the school caused lasting harm to the boy and the city must be held accountable.
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