Kiarre Harris signed the proper documents to un-enroll her children from a Buffalo elementary school after she decided that homeschooling was the best option for her children.
“I felt that the district was failing my children and that’s when I made the decision to home-school,” she said.
Harris says she followed all the steps given to her by the home-school coordinator, and the court records show that the documents were in order, so she thought her children were officially un-enrolled. Yet a week later, Child Protective Services called wondering why the children were not in school. Then almost a month later, CPS and the police came to take Harris’s children. When she told them no, they told her she was obstructing a court order.
It has been over three weeks since Harris has seen her children who are now living in a foster home. She has been released and is seeking legal council. If you would like to donate to her legal fund, you can do so at https://www.paypal.me/Kiarre. We donated earlier this week, not much, but we are sure veerything helps.