Special Education

Alisa Boutte

Wednesday, March 21, the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office released the indictment handed up by a grand jury March 15 alleging Beaumont Independent School District special education teacher Alisa Boutte committed third-degree felony theft by taking money from the parents of students at Central High School while acting in an official capacity.

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Dr. John Frossard

What do you know about BISD’s past and how it will help you move forward?

I think I need to understand it to move forward, but a lot of it is in the area of finance, and the Board of Managers has been working on that over the course of the past year, and I’ll certainly continue with that.

We need to get the finances stabilized so we can develop our strategic plan and align our plan to move forward.

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Courtney Thibodeaux speaks with BISD Superintendent Chargois.

June 26 was the third and final day of the Special Education hearing concerning compensation for the alleged abuse and mistreatment of 6-year-old Pietzsch-MacArthur Elementary special needs student Triniti Thibodeaux.

Thibodeaux suffers from Angelman Syndrome, a disorder that makes the young child unable to speak and causes seizures.

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Courtney Thibodeaux expresses her frustration with BISD's lack of cooperation.

June 26 was the third and final day of the Special Education hearing concerning compensation for the alleged abuse and mistreatment of 6-year-old Pietzsch-MacArthur Elementary special needs student Triniti Thibodeaux.

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