Research teacher to write & # 39; WTF is this? & # 39; on the student's homework after mother complained

Research teacher to write & # 39; WTF is this? & # 39; on high school student's homework

  • Melinda Smith saw & # 39; WTF is this? & # 39; written on her son's science document in high school
  • Mother is not angry, he gets & absolutely no credit & # 39; but is appalled about the language
  • Florida parent said it is & # 39; very inappropriate and not acceptable to a teacher & # 39;
  • Principal said the teacher is being investigated, but added that educators are also people and make mistakes
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The mother of a schoolboy in Florida is in shock after her son's teacher was apparently cursed by his homework assignment.

The relevant Rutherford High School teacher – who has not been named – is supposed to stand behind a letter written in red ink that reads: & # 39; WTF is this? Absolutely no credit & # 39 ;.

Mother Melinda Smith discovered the snake period when her son handed her the newspaper that according to the instructions is counted as a 30% laboratory.

& # 39; It is actually what the f ** k & # 39; is, & # 39; explained the parent NBC 7.

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A science teacher in Bay County, Florida wrote & # 39; WTF is this? & # 39; written on her student's paper where she & # 39; absolutely no honor & # 39; gave

A science teacher in Bay County, Florida wrote & # 39; WTF is this? & # 39; written on her student's paper where she & # 39; absolutely no honor & # 39; gave

She said about her indignation: & # 39; It was not about the failure, it was more the language about what student writing was, that was very inappropriate and unacceptable for a teacher. & # 39;

Text on the document suggests that the assignment was a report of a & # 39; discovery, breakthrough in technology & # 39; or the current scientific event and assignment seemed fairly broad with instructions that read: & # 39; It could be any area … something that interests you & # 39 ;.

Melinda Smith saw the comments and complained that it was & # 39; inappropriate and not acceptable & # 39; used to be

Melinda Smith saw the comments and complained that it was & # 39; inappropriate and not acceptable & # 39; used to be

Melinda Smith saw the comments and complained that it was & # 39; inappropriate and not acceptable & # 39; used to be

The Bay County mother wants the teacher to experience the consequences of a blemish on her reputation at school.

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& # 39; I think she should definitely be reprimanded, I believe there should be something in her file, & # 39; Smith continued.

But according to Rutherford, the school has taken action.

& # 39; Once we were informed, I informed district administrators and our HR is involved and they are currently investigating the situation, & said Coy Pilson.

It is not clear what the action is exactly, but Pilson seemed forgiving and said teachers forgot.

& # 39; She was apologetic and it was a mistake on her part, & # 39; Pilson added.

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& # 39; All Rutherford High School teachers are caring, loving teachers and we are also human and so we make mistakes, but we understand that we are called to a high professional standard and when we make mistakes we try to correct those mistakes and move forward. & # 39;

The anonymous teacher at Rutherford High School is investigated after the complaint

The anonymous teacher at Rutherford High School is investigated after the complaint

The anonymous teacher at Rutherford High School is investigated after the complaint

Principal Coy Pilson said the teacher is under investigation, but added that educators are also people and make mistakes

Principal Coy Pilson said the teacher is under investigation, but added that educators are also people and make mistakes

Principal Coy Pilson said the teacher is under investigation, but added that educators are also people and make mistakes

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