These guys where horrible to me and all of my friends. I went on a field trip with my best friend (we aren't anymore, but I still remember it) and there is a staff member named Ken Monfort that pinned down my best friend for trying to run away after being FOLLOWED AROUND AND NON-STOPPINGLY HARASSED by him. So I step in and try to get him off because one restraints are unconstitutional (14th amendment) and on me they are aggravated assault with a deadly weapon (which I didn't find out about until it was too late to press criminal charges and I dwell on it to this day) and so he tries to restrain me and my friend chokes him out. Then the Principal who was watching and literally walking over to the situation the whole time grabs my arm and hyper extends it almost to breaking point.
After it's all over they say they should have called the cops. I had a lot of problems back then but I was in the right and I hope that the school never gets the opportunity to mentally scar a child again. You don't call the cops on a severe autistic kid and a mildly but still special needs (me) kid after you start a physical conflict and they try to deescalate it.
While they burn in hell and I'm on a gold pavement in heaven, I'll make sure to do the equivalent to eating popcorn in heaven. :D
If you want to go and move to TX for this school, don't because I've been in public school since 7th and I'm in high school now, I didn't need it the whole time and even my dad is having resents.