A Tennessee middle school teacher was beaten after giving his eighth graders a contract that allows them only two passes to leave the classroom each month.
The students in Mrs. White's class at Aspire Hanley Middle School in Memphis received the two passes, used to see a nurse, go to the bathroom or drink water, and they also seemed to include lunch.
"I understand that Mrs. White is petty and although we both have options, I may be denied going to the bathroom / water / nurse during the lesson," the statement reads.
In the photo: 8th graders at a high school in Memphis were told that they would only be allowed two out of class tickets each month on a note from their "little teacher"
"If you have any comments, questions or concerns, do not hesitate to speak with Mrs. White before or after school, although nothing will change."
The last sentence of the letter advises the students, in capital letters, if they lose their file: "I'M SORRY, I'M TRYING IT AGAIN NEXT MONTH".
The note also informs students if they chose to break the contract, would not receive a grade for work done in that class, and that only a doctor's note would be sufficient to change the policy.
Ms. White's note went viral after it was shared on Twitter, asking parents in the social network what they would do if their child took the note home.
Many were outraged and said they would contact the school board, while others were more angry about the teacher's grammar and spelling.
– Good. My first reaction was to shudder at the grammar: "I've gone." There's no excuse for that, "wrote user Noralee Potts.
"As for the rest, that borders on cruel and inhuman."
Students at Aspire Hanley Middle School (pictured) were told that they would not be allowed to leave for any reason after using both forms if they lost their grade.
Another, who goes by Myram, wrote: "This could not be a teacher because I would like to think that the teacher would have better grammar. It is never "left". It's gone.
Others asked for their termination from the school, and said that Mrs. White's expectations of her students were abusive.
It sounds like child abuse. Does the school need to be reported to CPS? That teacher should have been fired, "wrote Dori Previn.
& # 39; The b * t * h must be fired immediately. Period. There are no excuses and no pass for her, "Kydess wrote.
The superintendent of the school, Dr. Nickalous Manning, told Local Memphis that Mrs. White had been working at the school for "several years," and the school administration said that the woman had not been dismissed.
The teacher, Mrs. White, has been working with the school for years and has not been fired, school officials said.
The school sent a note to the parents, explaining that the contract given to the students was "inconsistent with current school policies."
"On August 29, 2018, it was discovered that 8th grade students at Hanley Middle School received a document restricting visits to the restroom and the nurse that did not match our school's current policies, our mission and our values. ", He said.
"We are currently reviewing the circumstances under which the document was prepared and distributed to students.
"Please know that the safety and care of our students is always our first priority." It is important for students to know that we respect them and respond to their needs.
"To reinforce these values, we convened our entire team today to review all relevant policies and procedures.
"We will continue to work with our teachers and staff to ensure that all school policies and values are consistently maintained in each classroom."
A statement was issued to parents, saying that all staff had been reminded of the appropriate school policy and procedure