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A Pennsylvania school district apologized on Thursday after a photo of a teacher taping a mask on a student went viral last week.
The North Penn School District said in a statement that the image “does not represent the universal values that the North Penn School District strives to instill in both our students and staff.”
The article goes on to state the following:
The district said that it had conducted an investigation into the incident and found that it was “isolated.” It added that while “no malice was intended,” the teacher’s actions were “entirely inappropriate and unacceptable, no matter the context.”
The school district added in their statement, “We understand that the act of taping a mask to a student’s face is concerning to many and apologize that it occurred. The matter is serious and it is being addressed with the employee. However, all personnel and student matters are confidential and no further information can be provided.”
A photo of the teacher taping the mask to the child’s face was posted to Facebook on Monday by a group called, “North Penn Stronger Together.” Their post reads:
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