High School Student “Says Teacher Threatened To Kick Him Out Of Virtual Class Over Trump Flag”
CBS 13 (Laura Haefeli) reported last week (including video of part of the incident that had been recorded by another student):
“You can sit up, remove the flag, or reposition your camera within the next 15 seconds or I’m kicking you out of class,” the teacher said during their virtual class.
[The student’s mother, Tiffany,] says the teacher then began to count and did not make it to 10 before Tiffany’s son waved goodbye and exited the virtual classroom….
The teacher apparently then apologized, but the school board has declined to explain what the rules are:
Tiffany and her son … asked [at last Monday evening’s school board meeting] that the board clarify the code of conduct for virtual learning.
“And he flat out told me no. We’ve just not been given any guidance,” Tiffany said.
The Colusa County Code of Conduct includes a dress code that bans clothes with alcohol or drug symbols, sexual messages, profanity, or clothing that degrades any race, but nowhere in the 38-page document does it mention politics, elections, or campaigning….
CBS13 did reach out to the superintendent as well as the principal
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