Hi Hater: High School Teacher Slammed For Throwing American Flag On The Ground And Stomping On It In Front Of Students

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High School Teacher Under Investigation For Stomping American Flag In Front Of Students

A Kentucky teacher has been placed on administrative leave following an incident where a class full of students claimed to have witnessed the instructor stomping on the American flag after tossing it to the ground during a class demonstration.

via Fox News

A South Carolina school district has launched an investigation into a high school teacher who allegedly threw an American flag on the floor and stomped on it as a classroom full of students watched.

Mark Bounds, a spokesman for the Lexington –Richland5 School District, confirmed to Fox News that an English teacher at Chapin High School was placed on leave as they investigate the incident.
“There were allegations that at a teacher took a flag down from the post in the classroom and stepped on that flag as part of the lesson,” Bounds said, indicating the act was repeated in several other classes. “It was not a spontaneous act, but one he worked into the lesson.”

Michael Copeland’s daughter was in the classroom when the incident occurred. He told television station WIS that the teacher’s actions were disrespectful and unpatriotic.
“He drew a couple of symbols, like one of them was a cross, and he said, ‘What does this represent’ and everybody said ‘Christianity,’” Copeland said. “Then he proceeds to take down the American flag and said, ‘This is a symbol, but it’s only a piece of cloth. It doesn’t mean anything,’ and then he throws it down on the floor and then stomps on it, repeatedly.”

Sounds like somebody needs to learn some R-E-S-P-E-C-T if they’re going to be teaching the kiddies. SMH.

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