Karla Homolka will no longer volunteer at Montreal elementary school

Karla Homolka will no longer volunteer at Montreal elementary school

At the time, Homolka told investigators that she was husband Paul Bernardo's unwilling accomplice to the crimes.

Karla Homolka, 47, was jailed for manslaughter over her role in torturing, raping and killing schoolgirls Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy - as well as her own 15-year-old sister Taffy - with her then-husband Paul Bernardo in 1993.

She split from Bernando while in prison and went on to marry her lawyer's brother after being released in 2005.

The Seventh Day Adventist Church of Canada, which runs the school, told Breakfast Television that Homolka isn't a regular volunteer at the school and that she's not allowed to be alone with the children.

Concerned parents already spoke with the principal but Homolka was still allowed to volunteer, a source named Lily told the publication.

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A spokesman said: 'She is not a regular volunteer and can never be alone with any children, either in school or churches. "How would you feel knowing that your child is interacting with a person who is a serial killer?". She has reportedly visited classrooms as a volunteer, which has led several parents to approach school administrators with their concerns.

Homolka and Bernardo pretended to ask her for directions before Bernardo attacked her from behind and forced her into the vehicle at knifepoint. I told my daughter: 'This lady, I don't want you to go near her please.

As reports surfaced this week of her involvement with the elementary school, Homolka was seen dropping off her children there, according to the National Post.

Under provincial law, anyone who wishes to volunteer at a school must undergo a criminal background check.

Stephanie Deligne, whose daughter attends Grade 4 and is in a class with one of Homolka's children, said she would have liked to have been informed about the situation.

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She is now married to Bordelais and is reportedly using the name Emily Bordelais. On Wednesday morning, she parked her black Honda SUV in front of the photographers, and rushed her three children inside the school.

In her letter, Penner listed things French will never be able to do: have a family, volunteer at her children's school, or "live the attractive life she was meant to live".

The school has since issued a statement on the matter: "The Quebec Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and the administration of Greaves Adventist Academy are committed to providing quality education and enriching learning experiences to its students".

Homolka has seemingly not enjoyed her sudden re-entry into the spotlight.

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