13 year old Savon Beane says he thought he was going to die.
"The child was running around, acting crazy, being loud and very unruly on the second floor and the assistant principal asked him several times to settle down, get on to class; the child refused."
Thats when Crockett Junior High Asst. Principal grabbed Savon.
"Mr. Guzman said he did choke him, he said he did and yes he was slobbering at the mouth."
But ECISD Officials deny endangering Savon's life.
"Our police officer on campus did not believe the child was choked."
This isn't Savon's first run in with administrators, DD Sandate, Savon's mother, says Savon is a target.
"They send him home for not having a pencil, they send him home because they think he is going to get in a fight, they send him home because they thought he had a cell phone, he doesn't even own a cell phone."
ECISD Public information officer, Mike Adkins, says unless the students is bringing unwanted attention to himself, teachers are there to help students, not hurt them.
"If thats the point it comes to we'll take the means necessary to settle the student down for his safety and the safety of everyone involved."
The three students involved were suspended. Two of the boys were charged with disruptive activites.
On May 16th PTAVE mailed hard copy of the below-listed items to the Crockett Junior High School principal, two assistant principals, the school nurse, the ECISD superintendent, 7 board members and Mike Adkins:
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