ROSWELL, Ga. — A metro Atlanta substitute teacher is unemployed after a profanity-laced tirade inside a classroom was caught on camera.
Channel 2′s Justin Wilfon learned that while teaching at Centennial High School in Roswell, an unidentified substitute teacher began using profanities and disparaging students.
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The principal put out a stern statement saying that the man had been relieved of his duties at Centennial High School.
A student gave Wilfon a copy of the video.
In the video, the substitute can be heard saying things like, “He bombed the [expletive] out of my country.”
The video shows the substitute ranting inside the classroom and using explicit language while around the students.
“When I was in high school, I was learning about Obama increasing drone strikes in my [expletive] country,” he can be heard saying.
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Centennial High School Junior Tyler Rambusch called the environment “unhealthy.”
“I don’t think someone like that should be allowed in a school setting. He decided to compare Obama to Hitler and called someone the c-word in school,” he explained.
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In a statement, the school’s principal said, “We expect all members of our school community – student and adults alike – to treat others with dignity and respect differing viewpoints and opinions.”
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