The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports Tymille Baker appealed the loss of her job Tuesday before a three-member Cobb County School District panel.
Baker is a teacher at a Smyrna high school. She was arrested and freed on bond after allegedly telling a teacher at her son's elementary school she would "blow up the school" if he wasn't allowed to skip a grade. A court date is pending. Baker's attorney says no precautions were taken at the school after the remark. He said that means "nobody thought there was a threat."
Whatever the panel recommends will be considered by the Cobb County School Board on July 18.
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