RENO, Nev. (MyNews4.com & KRNV) -- The parent of a special needs student who received a trespass warning in May said the Washoe County School District violated its own policy.
Larry Dailey appeared at an appeal hearing on Thursday at the school district headquarters. Dailey said he showed up at the school district on May 8 to talk about a concern he had with school police. He ended with a trespass warning and school district headquarters went on lockdown.
But Dailey said the school district's own policy required a supervisor listen to his complaint that day, which he said did not happen. Dailey said he will not stop fighting for his special needs daughter. "I have not only the right but the responsibility to do that. It's horrible that it leads to a place like this. But I'm proud to do it and on my death bed, I won't say I should have gone back one more time. I will have done everything," Dailey testifed.
Larry Dailey was also cited for trespassing in 2013, but after that incident, the school district eventually apologized and paid Dailey $17,500.
The school district has five days to issue a ruling on his appeal.