More people speak out against racism in Venago county schools
Continuing coverage on a story we first told you Monday.
Parents spoke out against what they're calling blatant racist bullying of their kids at Franklin High School.
They took their concerns to the school board.
During that meeting parents said their kids have experienced being called racial slurs, taunted with racist music and even death threats.
The superintendent of Franklin School District Mark Loucks spoke out for the first time tonight.
He says the school won't take these allegations lightly and treat all their students equally.
Another Venago county student Laiyla Russell says she experiences the same racism at Cranberry High school. She hopes the school will do more for African American students.