Parma teacher accused of pushing students

Parma teacher accused of pushing students

PARMA, OH (WOIO) - Parma school officials are investigating a substitute teacher who's accused of pushing two fourth grade students.

It happened on Tuesday at John Muir Elementary on W. 24th Street.

According to parents, the sub got upset when the students asked questions about an assignment.

The students did not need medical attention.

The parents of one of the students says plans to make a police report.

The school district released the following statement on the matter:

Yesterday at the conclusion of the school day, an incident was reported to school administration involving a substitute teacher and two students at John Muir Elementary School. An investigation was immediately launched into the incident. The district followed protocols and promptly notified the parents/guardians of the students involved and the service that provides the substitute teachers for the district. At this time, the substitute teacher is no longer in any of our buildings, pending the outcome of the investigation. The investigation into the incident is on going.

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