Both Cody Brown, and RJ Calabro, CEO of Everyday Health, shed light on The Innotab Learning Lodge, which went offline in early October.
When Will The Innotab Learning Lodge Be Back Online
From Teen Vogue:
An East Nashville school where students are taught first-hand by students was ordered closed by the city on Friday because of escalating threats from its former students who left school weeks ago. The Innotab Learning Lodge, which serves students in grades 8 through 12, had been taken over by the YWCA of Greater Nashville after rumors of drugs and weapons continued to grow throughout the year.
Police recently conducted a search at the learning lodge, and some former students have been arrested. The students, whose ages range from 16 to 20, were never expelled from the school due to their age, the YWCA said. The Nashville Police Department, however, was warned by the FBI that students were plotting to kill classmates and staff members at the learning lodge.
The YWCA later determined that more than 300 students had not returned to school since November 1st. Some students stopped going to class from September 2018 through the end of the academic year on October 22nd, the school district said. Others left the state before they turned 18, or left the country. The schooling facility in the basement of the YWCA, at 135 Boyd Music St., has been locked, and the YWCA secured all access points.
In a statement, the YWCA said, “We hope that we will be able to normalize and re-open the Lodge within the next three days.”