Thursday, May 09, 2013

Parents Mad Over Bite
The parents of an 11-year-old middle school student in Johnson City has approached the school board saying they want action against a teacher they claim bit their daughter and left teeth prints and bruising. The alleged event happened in the classroom where they say teacher Erin Arnold who is a twenty- year veteran of the school system told her class in a joking manner that she would bite the next person to get a wrong answer in her class. Several people in the class at the time and witnesses to the incident say that the child never commented on the bite hurting her or act like she feared the teacher. Arnold was suspended by the superintendent for three days for the action…but the parents disagree with the punishment saying she should be removed. This is the only complaint ever filed against the teacher. (CC)

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