Saturday 18 June 2022 11:40 PM Mom of Chicago teen driven to suicide calls for former school head to be axed ... trends now

Saturday 18 June 2022 11:40 PM Mom of Chicago teen driven to suicide calls for former school head to be axed ... trends now
Saturday 18 June 2022 11:40 PM Mom of Chicago teen driven to suicide calls for former school head to be axed ... trends now

Saturday 18 June 2022 11:40 PM Mom of Chicago teen driven to suicide calls for former school head to be axed ... trends now

A mother whose teenage son was driven to suicide by bullies at his elite private school wants its former boss to be fired from his prestigious new job for allegedly failing to prevent the tragedy, or discipline her son's tormentors.  

Rosellen Bronstein, 48, filed a $100 million against the Latin School of Chicago and its former principal, Randall Dunn, 57, claiming the administrators ignored her son, Nate's, plea for help after months of relentless bullying. 

After finding out that Dunn was leaving to be the head of the prestigious Rye Country Day School, in Westchester, New York, come July, Bronstein called for Dunn to be canned. 

The grieving mom said: 'I am warning all the parents of (Rye Country School.) This is going to happen again. Their kids are not going to be protected in that school under Dunn...'

'Dunn does not care about students,' Bronstein told the New York Post. 'He cares about himself and his career. He's a fraud. He is dishonest.'

Dunn earned $750,000-a-year while at the Latin School, and will almost certainly be on at least $1m-a-year at Rye, with the educator he's replacing currently on a $1.18 million salary.  

Rosellen Bronstein

Randall Dunn

Rosellen Bronstein (left) demanded fromer Latin School of Chicago Principal Randall Dunn (right) be canned from his new job at the prestigious Rye Country Day School, in Westchester, New York, because he allegedly failed to help her son, who comitted suicide in January

Nate, 15, had hung himself after months of bullying at school, which began as false rumors spread about him being vaccinated. Bronstein claims administrators knew about the relentless bullying but failed to do anything to stop it

Nate, 15, had hung himself after months of bullying at school, which began as false rumors spread about him being vaccinated. Bronstein claims administrators knew about the relentless bullying but failed to do anything to stop it

The heartbroken parents, Rosellen and Robert (left) are suing Dunn and the school district for $100 million and want Dunn to stay away from the students in New York

The heartbroken parents, Rosellen and Robert (left) are suing Dunn and the school district for $100 million and want Dunn to stay away from the students in New York 

Rye says it's standing by Dunn, that it had contacted the Latin School of Chicago for more details on Nate's suicide, and hailed Dunn as an experienced and caring educator.

A spokesperson told the Post: 'Student safety is of paramount importance to the RCDS Board of Trustees, which is comprised almost entirely of current parents. 

'A committee of trustees has been scrutinizing the details of this tragic case and has not found evidence that would support the aggressive claims against Mr. Dunn or that would raise safety concerns for the RCDS community.

'Mr. Dunn has an exemplary, 30-year track record as a compassionate and ethical educator, and we look forward to him joining RCDS.' 

Nate, 15, hanged himself in January following months of bullying, which his parents said was started in-part by a false rumor that he had been unvaccinated, according to court documents. 

The suit went on to expound on incidents that stemmed from the rumors, like when Nate had been approached at school by students on two separate occasions, with both students asking him if his parents were 'anti-vaxxers.'

Nate's parents reached out to the

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