High school teacher & # 39; places desk of 11-year-old student with special needs in bathroom & # 39;

High school teacher & # 39; moved the 11-year-old desk with special needs of the boy in the bathroom & # 39; after his mother said he needed a quiet place to work

  • Lucas Goodwin, 11, was ashamed of himself when he found his desk in a bathroom
  • His desk was moved to the bathroom by his Whatcom Middle School teacher
  • Lucas's mother had told his teacher that her son needed a quiet place to work
  • The teacher's solution was the bathroom where the desk was placed above the toilet
  • Bellingham Public Schools spokeswoman said officials are investigating
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A high school teacher in Washington state would have placed a student's desk in a bathroom with special needs after his mother said he needed a quiet place to work.

Lucas Goodwin, who was diagnosed with autism and an autoimmune disease, remained embarrassed after his teacher Whatcom Middle School put his desk on a toilet in a bathroom on Monday.

The 11-year-old mother, Danielle Goodwin, told it Fox 13 that she spoke to her son's teacher before the incident and explained that Lucas does best in a quiet place.

However, she never thought the teacher would have moved her son's desk to the bathroom.

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A Washington state high school teacher allegedly placed a student's desk for special needs, Lucas Goodwin (photo), in a bathroom after his mother said he needed a quiet place to work

A Washington state high school teacher allegedly placed a student's desk for special needs, Lucas Goodwin (photo), in a bathroom after his mother said he needed a quiet place to work

The 11-year-old mother, Danielle Goodwin (left), said she spoke to her son's teacher before the incident and explained that Lucas is doing best in a quiet place. However, she never thought the teacher would have moved her son's desk to the bathroom

The 11-year-old mother, Danielle Goodwin (left), said she spoke to her son's teacher before the incident and explained that Lucas is doing best in a quiet place. However, she never thought the teacher would have moved her son's desk to the bathroom

The 11-year-old mother, Danielle Goodwin (left), said she spoke to her son's teacher before the incident and explained that Lucas is doing best in a quiet place. However, she never thought the teacher would have moved her son's desk to the bathroom

& # 39; I was amazed. I was so shocked that I just took the photo because I didn't believe what I saw & Daniel 39 told Fox.

The photo shows her son standing in the toilet next to the desk.

She said that Lucas also got a camping mat in case he wanted to take a nap on the bathroom floor.

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Luke said that he was & # 39; sad, stressed, ashamed & # 39; felt.

& # 39; I had something like this how does this happen? How am I in the bathroom? Why? & # 39; he told the station.

Danielle said she then interviewed the teacher and asked if there was another option that the teacher reportedly said no to.

A Bellingham Public Schools spokeswoman said administrators have been informed of the situation at Whatcom Middle School and that they will continue to investigate the incident

A Bellingham Public Schools spokeswoman said administrators have been informed of the situation at Whatcom Middle School and that they will continue to investigate the incident

A Bellingham Public Schools spokeswoman said administrators have been informed of the situation at Whatcom Middle School and that they will continue to investigate the incident

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& # 39; It is not a suitable place for anyone, but especially for Lucas with his PANDAS condition, he cannot be close to bacteria, & # 39; Goodwin said.

PANDAS is an abbreviation for autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorders in children associated with streptococcal infections, a neurological and psychiatric disorder where symptoms are caused or worsened by a streptococcal infection.

A Bellingham Public Schools spokeswoman said administrators were notified of the situation and they & # 39; took immediate steps to remove the desk depicted in the photo and ensure that this space is not being used as a learning space & # 39 ;.

The spokeswoman said the school will continue to investigate the incident.

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