MASTIC BEACH, NY — A William Floyd High School senior who was suspended Tuesday for trying to attend classes in-person against the district’s coronavirus protocols was cited with a criminal trespassing notice on Wednesday.
Maverick Stow, 17, said he went back to the high school Wednesday morning and was given the criminal trespass notice by school officials. The notice, written to Stow’s parents, said: “Your child is hereby warned that on the next occasion he is found illegally on any William Floyd School District property, the police will be notified and he will be prosecuted for third degree criminal trespass.”
The notice was signed by Lisa Paschitti, assistant principal of the high school.
Stow also said the police were present “but they were not able to make an arrest because I didn’t get the notice until this morning.”
James Montalto, spokesman for the William Floyd School District, confirmed that Stow