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The 3-year-old boy is left behind by teachers on an excursion that his mother hadn’t given him permission to continue

The Texas boy, 3, is left behind by teachers on a school trip that his mother says never gave him permission to hire

  • Karter Williams, a student at Thompson Elementary in Houston, Texas, stranded on the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last Friday.
  • The 3-year-old got lost from his class and teachers and was left at the rodeo when his class got on the bus and went back to school without him
  • He was found by a man who visited the rodeo, who reunited Karter with another class from the school who was also on a tour of the rodeo
  • Karter’s mom Kelsey Williams hit school because of her ‘carelessness’
  • Williams claims that she never gave permission to take her son out of the classroom to the event and that a teacher’s assistant signed the consent form
  • She also says the school only told her about the incident three days later

A 3-year-old boy from Texas got lost and was left behind by his teachers on a school trip to kindergarten, which his mother claimed never gave him permission to hire.

Karter Williams, a student in the Houston Independent School District (HISD) Head Start program at Thompson Elementary in Houston, Texas, stranded on the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last Friday when his class got on the bus and went back to school without him . .

Karter’s ailing mother, Kelsey Williams, has criticized the school for her “carelessness,” claiming that she never gave permission to take her son out of class to the event.

Williams claims that a teacher’s assistant signed the consent form without her knowledge.

Karter Williams, a student in the Houston Independent School District (HISD) Head Start program at Thompson Elementary in Houston, Texas, stranded on the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last Friday when his class got on the bus and went back to school without him .

Karter Williams, a student in the Houston Independent School District (HISD) Head Start program at Thompson Elementary in Houston, Texas, stranded on the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last Friday when his class got on the bus and went back to school without him .

Karter's ailing mother, Kelsey Williams (pictured with Karter), has criticized the school for her 'carelessness', claiming she never gave permission to take her son out of class to the event in the first place

Karter's ailing mother, Kelsey Williams (pictured with Karter), has criticized the school for her 'carelessness', claiming she never gave permission to take her son out of class to the event in the first place

Karter’s ailing mother, Kelsey Williams (pictured with Karter), has criticized the school for her ‘carelessness’, claiming she never gave permission to take her son out of class to the event in the first place

She also claims that she only discovered her son’s terrifying experience a few days later.

“What if he thought,” I’m not going to see my mom. My teacher left me. My friends left me, “said Williams KTRK. “Was he crying?”

The incident happened when Karter was on a field trip to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last Friday with his class.

At some point during the show, the 3-year-old lost his classmates and teachers.

The little boy was found wandering only by a man who visited the rodeo, who then managed to reunite Karter with another class from the school who was also on a tour of the rodeo.

The incident happened when Karter was out with his class on an excursion to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (above) last Friday.

The incident happened when Karter was out with his class on an excursion to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (above) last Friday.

The incident happened when Karter was out with his class on an excursion to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (above) last Friday.

Thompson Elementary in Houston: The school then didn't tell Williams about the incident until Monday morning - three days after it happened

Thompson Elementary in Houston: The school then didn't tell Williams about the incident until Monday morning - three days after it happened

Thompson Elementary in Houston: The school then didn’t tell Williams about the incident until Monday morning – three days after it happened

Karter returned to school with this class after his was already left on a bus to school without him.

To make matters worse, the Williams school only told about the incident about Monday morning – three days later.

“Why didn’t you report it?” the upset mother told KTRK.

“Well, he was back in school, we found him.” We didn’t find him. Someone else found it. A man. I don’t know the man’s name. I don’t know what the man looks like. I’m grateful to him, but I don’t know who that man is. ”

Williams also disliked that it was the principal of the school and not Karter’s teacher who told her the news.

She denounced the teacher’s actions as “careless” and “irresponsible” and said she is uncomfortable leaving her son to her care.

“For you to be so careless, irresponsible, casual … I honestly don’t think she should be an educator or someone to protect children,” Williams said.

Williams, who has since met a HISD parent contact about the incident, calls for the teacher to be fired.

Williams denounced the teacher's actions as `` careless '' and `` irresponsible, '' saying she is uncomfortable keeping her son under her care

Williams denounced the teacher's actions as `` careless '' and `` irresponsible, '' saying she is uncomfortable keeping her son under her care

Williams denounced the teacher’s actions as “ careless ” and “ irresponsible, ” saying she is uncomfortable keeping her son under her care

HISD released a statement regarding the incident.

“HISD is aware of an incident involving a Thompson Elementary School student who was accidentally divorced from his class on a field trip to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo last Friday,” the statement said.

The student was located within minutes by an event visitor who quickly reunited the student with another class of his school. With that class, the student was safely returned to campus. The ward works diligently to ensure the well-being of every child entrusted to us, as the safety of our students is always our top priority. ”

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