TORONTO – An anti-bullying activist has been charged with public mischief after an investigation by the Toronto District School Board and Toronto Police.
Emily Wright, a former early childhood educator with the TDSB, had complained officially to police that someone among her Orde Street Public School colleagues had sent her bullying and threatening notes.
Const. Victor Kwong said investigators believe Wright was the author of those notes, including one written on the bottom of her dog’s bowl.
Here’s her original sad sad sad story. Sad.
“I put in a lot of extra hours and tried to make an assembly for the whole school so everyone could benefit on Pink Shirt Day,” Wright said. “And the next morning when I came to school I had a note from somebody else who worked in the school stating that my assembly sucked as much as I did.”