F.W. Holbein school in New Jersey under fire for ignoring reports of bullying leading to 11-year-old’s suicide

A medical examiner's report confirmed that an 11-year-old girl of Latino origin committed suicide at the school she attended in New Jersey; the minor was facing bullying and grief after the death of her father a few days earlier.

An 11-year-old New Jersey high school student committed suicide in the bathroom of her school, F.W. Holbein, in New Jersey, where she faced a bullying problem that was not addressed by Holbein school authorities, in New Jersey, where she faced a bullying problem that was not addressed by school authorities.

Several local media indicated that Felicia LoAlbo-Melendez was also facing depression due to losing her father, an NJ Transit police detective, who died of cancer.

The minor died last February 6 at the F.W. Holbein School in Holbein County. Holbein School in Burlington County, but details are now coming to light.

Since her daughter’s death, Elaina LoAlbo has complained that the school did not address the problem of bullying against her daughter, even sending emails to school administrators. Still, they have not listened, as the Daily Voice portal reported.

“The school administration didn’t listen the first 50 times. Maybe now they are ready to listen to us,” LoAlbo said. “This bullying must stop. There must be consequences for their actions.”

The Burlington County prosecutor’s office confirmed that the 11-year-old girl was found by another student when she saw her unconscious in the bathroom.

Although school personnel applied first aid protocol, the girl was unresponsive but was taken by ambulance to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where she was pronounced dead on Wednesday, February 8.

“An autopsy performed by the Philadelphia Medical Examiner’s Office found the manner of death to be suicide, and the cause of death was determined to be complications from her suicide attempt,” the report states.

There is no word on how prosecutors will act on the investigation or whether the mother will sue the school.