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A Tennessee school board on Thursday voted to recommend the termination of a principal who is now on unpaid suspension after allegedly dragging a special education student by his ankle through a hallway in 2019.
The initial incident took place on Nov. 4, 2019 when an elementary special education student didn’t comply with a request from Walter Hill Elementary principal Helen Campbell, according to Fox 17.
The article goes on to state the following:
When the student didn’t comply with the request, Campbell and Bonnie Marlar, a teacher, grabbed him by the ankles and proceeded to drag him through the hallways, according to Director of Schools Bill Spurlock.
The child reportedly had autism.
The report explains that both Campbell and Marlar were charged with child abuse, but a judge later dismissed the charges. They were suspended from their jobs at the elementary school.
WATCH the news report below for more details on the horrifying incident:
School board recommends principal be fired after she and a teacher caught on video dragging a child from the front office to the back of the school. https://t.co/0x7Y9JeUdD
— FoxNashville (@FOXNashville) May 27, 2022
I don’t think anyone who hasn’t raised a special needs child could grasp the level of anger and contempt I have for this piece of School Union protected human trashhttps://t.co/DysARWqLaw
— Eric (Free Speech Advocate) Rocketman. (@Keck553) May 28, 2022
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