Don and Tina King are on a mission to see that what happened to their son never happens to anyone else’s child.
Jonathan King was 13 when he hanged himself inside a “seclusion room” at a Gainesville school for special needs children in 2004.
The unfurnished, 8-foot-by-8-foot room at the Alpine Psychoeducational Program was used for dealing with unruly children. The Kings say they never saw the room until his death and claim school officials kept them in the dark about its use.
“They never told us how often he went in,” Tina King said Thursday. “They would just tell us they were using ‘time out.’”
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