“It’s not just one person, it affects everybody, and people should know that. People should have consideration and thoughtfulness of how hurtful things are,” Isaiah Wooding said.
His mother said she sees the situation as a teachable moment for everyone.
“Speak up, you don’t have to fit in and be like everybody else. If something wrong is going on, everyone is responsible,” Margaret Wooding said.
Calls and emails sent to Penn Hills School District officials were not immediately returned Friday.
According to Pennsylvania’s most recent Safe Schools Report, between two and four yearly incidents have been reported at the Penn Hills High School over the past three academic years.