Summer vacation will start early for the 8-year-old Bronx boy charged with slashing a classmate across the neck with a razor.
But it’s not likely to be much fun for him — or his parents.
The tiny terror, who attends troubled Public School 132 in the Morrisania section, was sentenced by a Family Court judge Thursday to house arrest and round-the-clock supervision by his folks, sources said.
The boy is also being enrolled in an “intensive case management” program aimed at monitoring his behavior, they said.
In addition, his parents are required to first get an OK from the probation department if they want to take him out of state.
Police have not released his name. And the boy’s parents wouldn’t comment after his arraignment.
The boy attacked 9-year-old Richard McKinney in the schoolyard Tuesday. McKinney needed six stitches to close the wound on his neck.
Even before the attack, PS 132 was so out of control Principal Anissa Chalmers cancelled the big graduation ceremony for the fifth-graders as punishment.
Chalmers herself is being probed by the Board of Education’s Office of Special Investigations, but apparently not for anything to do with the slashing.
What kind of world do we live in where 8 year olds are cutting with razors & 11 year olds are comitting suicide?