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North Carolina high school student charged with assault after slapping teacher

Earlier this week, a North Carolina high school student was charged with allegedly slapping a teacher multiple times during a profane classroom rant that went viral.

The angry young man, who turned out to be a minor, confronted a teacher inside Parkland High School in Winston-Salem, where he allegedly assaulted the teacher, according to the video. I posted it on social media.

After the initial shock, the teacher seemed unfazed by the slap, even as the student continued to move his mouth.

“Do you think it affected me anyway,” said the unidentified teacher, sitting in a chair with his legs crossed.

The angry young man, who was determined to be a minor, confronted a teacher inside Parkland High School in Winston-Salem on April 15, where he assaulted the teacher.

“I want you to hit me again,” the boy asked as he approached the teacher threateningly.

“I don’t like it,” the teacher replied, before being hit again, this time from the right side.

The second blow knocked the sitting instructor’s glasses off his face.

“That guy says it’s your fault, what are you going to do? Still sit in that chair ’cause you’re a bitch. You got slapped when no one came,” the student said, singing and dancing. It looks like

“Bitch, go back to being a teacher.”

After the initial shock, the teacher seemed unfazed by the slap, even as the student continued to move his mouth.

During the classroom assault, students on the other side of the camera reacted to the slap with laughter.

The school district condemned the student’s unacceptable behavior.

“This behavior is unacceptable. Under no circumstances will it be tolerated for students to interfere with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools teachers,” said Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Superintendent Tricia.・McManus said. According to WXII.

“My focus now is to ensure that the teacher receives treatment and the support she needs to overcome the lasting effects of this incident.”

The assault occurred on April 15, 2024, inside a classroom at Parkland High School in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. google street view

On Tuesday, a juvenile judge issued a safe custody order on three misdemeanor charges against the student for assaulting a public servant.

He was charged with one count of wire threatening and two counts of misdemeanor assault. This was announced by the Forsyth Sheriff’s Office.

“We all agree that this incident is deplorable and outrageous for the community and community organizations. We should all be outraged if the people who educate us could be assaulted. “Sheriff Bobby F. Kimbrough Jr. said.

“We should have the utmost respect for those who teach and educate our children. Our hopes and prayers at the FCSO are that we, as a community, not only support our community, but our children as well. It’s about recognizing that order must be brought about. We wish the students who witnessed this and the educators involved well.”

Parkland High School Principal Noel Keener warned the student could face disciplinary action as well as criminal charges.

Professor Keener also reiterated that this action is not indicative of the school’s expectations for its students.

“Please be advised that this video does not reflect our expectations for Parkland High School students. We strive to ensure that this is not tolerated in the school district.”

On Tuesday, a juvenile judge issued a safe custody order on three misdemeanor charges against the student for assaulting a public servant.
The student was charged with one count of wire threatening and two counts of misdemeanor assault.

Forsyth County District Attorney Jim O’Neill said he is investigating whether there was any criminal activity in the video, which is now going viral less than an hour after it was posted.

“Sheriff Kimbrel and I both spoke to teachers this morning at Parkland High School, because there’s one message we want to get across today: ‘Today we want to remind you that it’s not about the color of your skin. ‘It’s not about your political affiliation.’ It’s about one thing. It sends a message to teachers that law enforcement and the District Attorney’s Office have your back and we care about your work. Masu.”

“No one goes to work expecting to be assaulted.”

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