Questions are now being raised about conditions in an around the school, AMI Kids Infinity High School, formerly a Chicago public school, Las Casas Occupational High School, which was ordered closed in 2009, despite community protests. The school was then handed over to a private, Florida-based company, AMI Kids which operates a chain of 56 facilities across the nation.
Family members say that Wormley had characterized the school as an unsafe place. “He used to always tell me he thought threatened at the school,” Wormley’s mother, Charmayne Prince, told CBS 2’s Mike Parker. “He didn’t want to be there.”
More to come on this.