FORT LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – The association representing Broward Principals and Assistant Principals has just filed suit against the Broward School District to reinstate three Marjory Stoneman Douglas assistant principals who were re-assigned Monday.READ MORE: Charges Upgraded To Felonies For Three Miami Beach Police Officers Accused Of Rough Arrest
Assistant principals Jeff Morford, Winfred Porter Jr. and Denise Reed were told Monday to report to other offices while an investigation was being conducted into events leading up, and during the Stoneman Douglas mass shooting in February that left 17 dead and 17 others injured.
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Stoneman Douglas Principal Ty Thompson, who was on vacation when the shooting happened, was seen on camera this week consoling students who were upset over the assistant principals being re-assigned.
He encouraged them to contact school board members and the Superintendent to reverse the decision.MORE NEWS: Miami Proud: The American Museum Of The Cuban Diaspora Shares The History Of Those Who Left
To read the full complaint filed on behalf of the three administrators, click here.