The Rowland-Story Community School District announced Thursday afternoon that Cade Bloom will not be wrestling for the rest of the school year at Rowland-Story. The district pleaded guilty, but no punishment has yet been imposed.The school’s treatment of Blume has been scrutinized by some. A school board member has resigned citing a lack of punishment for Blume, who recently announced on his Facebook page Thursday morning that he will not attend a meeting at Roland Story High School in Knoxville. Knoxville did not say why they are not participating. KCCI contacted the grandfather of the Knoxville wrestler scheduled to fight Bloom this weekend. Mike Carter, the grandfather of the Knoxville wrestler, said. The district released the following statement: “The district is receiving questions from members of our community as to why Rowland’s storied wrestler was allowed to compete in a meet despite facing criminal charges.” Outside the school premises, this affects the policies and procedures that the school follows. On Dec. 12, the district was first made aware of the student’s referral to juvenile court through public sources. After reviewing this new information and related changes, the district has taken further action in accordance with general district policies and procedures. In discussions with the district, the parties have agreed that Cade Bloom will not participate in extracurricular activities in the Roland Story Community School District for the remainder of the 2022-23 school year.

The Roland-Story Community School District announced Thursday afternoon that Cade Bloom will not wrestle for Roland-Story for the remainder of the school year.

The decision came after a controversy over Bloom, who was still fighting for the school after being accused of assault.

Bloom’s assault case has now been sent to juvenile court. The district pleaded guilty, but no punishment has yet been handed down.

The school’s treatment of Bloom has been scrutinized by some. A school board member resigned over Bloom’s lack of discipline.

Most recently, Knoxville announced on its Facebook page Thursday morning that it will not be participating in the reunion at Roland-Story High School. Knoxville did not say why they would not participate.

KCCI spoke to the grandfather of the Knoxville wrestler who is scheduled to wrestle Bloom this weekend.

“We didn’t want him to wrestle, but he was going to go ahead and do it,” said Mike Carter, grandfather of Knoxville wrestler.

The district released the following statement.

“The district is receiving questions from our community members as to why Roland’s storied wrestler was allowed to compete in a meet despite criminal charges.

“As we have explained, the conduct in question occurred outside of the school, which affects the policies and procedures that the school follows. The initial allegations and the information obtained.

“On Monday, December 12th, the district was first informed of the transfer of the student to juvenile court through public sources. After reviewing this new information and related changes, the district has taken further action in accordance with general district policies and procedures.

“We understand that some members of our community are upset that the district has not shared details of the disciplinary actions being taken. Please be aware that the district has a legal obligation to protect student confidentiality. However, in discussions with the Blum family and the district, the parties have suspended Kade Blum for the remainder of the 2022-23 school year in the Roland Story Community School District. It is agreed that they will not participate in extracurricular activities.

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