She said she contacted the WISD superintendent personally to ask whether a background check had been done on Morgan and told him what was going on.
Her concerns were dismissed, she claims.
The Democrat left a message at Superintendent Jeffrey Hanks’ office Thursday afternoon but did not receive a response by deadline.
The women said they and a third family took the issue to Weatherford police, who had more than one detective listen to their statements, but were told police didn’t have enough to press charges.
The women also said they notified school officials of their concerns, but despite a meeting and the children being told to make reports of any comments that made them feel unconfortable, nothing was done.
Coaches and others were also told of the families’ concerns but only one coach took any measures to keep Morgan away from cheerleaders during events, according to one mother.
“I would have hoped they would have kept him off the field and away from school events,” one mother said, adding that she believes the school should not have allowed him back around children given his inappropriate comments.
Attempts to contact Morgan Wednesday and Thursday were unsuccessful.