Bronx school gets 20 send requests after teen fatally stabbed

Nearly two dozen parents, rattled by a deadly classroom stabbing, are seeking to mislay their kids from the Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation in the Bronx.

The send requests flooded in following the Sept. 27 murder of 15-year-old Matthew McCree, Education Department officials said.

“Approximately 20 send requests have been submitted given the tragedy,” pronounced mouthpiece Toya Holness.

“We are reviewing any ask and operative closely with families. We have additional reserve measures in place and have combined some-more superintendence counselors and school reserve agents.”

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Matthew McCree, 15, was stabbed to death at his high school.


Abdel Cedeno, 18, was charged with fatally knifing Matthew and wounding his best crony Ariane LaBoy, 16, in front of frightened students.

A bisexual teen who faced consistent bullying, Cedeno pronounced in a jailhouse talk last week that he “just snapped.”

The Urban Assembly School for Wildlife Conservation has been tormented by violence. Just last year, it reported 3 sex offenses against students, and two assaults with injuries and two incidents of nuisance with weapons.

Safety send requests are evaluated by dialect officials. Once approved, students are offering a mark in a new school formed on “available options,” officials said.

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Several of Matthew’s friends and family members were let down Tuesday when Cedeno skipped a justice appearance, opting to sojourn in a upstairs holding dungeon at Bronx Criminal Court.

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