A primary school teacher has filed a lawsuit against the Department of Education in New York and his former director claims that they have done nothing when a student constantly abused him.
The English teacher Andrew Ringel says that a student, identified only as & # 39; JJ & # 39 ;, threatened him with violence and repeatedly verbally abused him with anti-Semitic and homophobic deceptions during his time at the Waverly School of the Arts.
JJ called Ringel a & # 39; f *** ing smelly Jew & # 39 ;, a & # 39; f **** t, a & # 39; white boy & # 39; and & # 39; n **** r & # 39 ;, according to the process. The boy would also have said to the teacher: & # 39; Close the F *** & # 39 ;, & # 39; I wish you were dead & # 39; and threatened to beat him.
Ringel then claims that he was fired after he was falsely accused of hitting the student after complaining about the continued abuse of Naiyma Moore-Allen, headmaster.
Brooklyn English teacher Andrew Ringel (not shown) has sued the New York City Department of Education and Naiyma Moore-Allen (center), head of the Waverly School of Arts, after being fired in October
Ringel made the allegations in a complaint filed on Tuesday in the federal court in Brooklyn, involving both NYCDOE and Moore-Allen, in the trial.
DailyMail.com went to NYCDOE, which did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Ringel's allegations, which ended in October.
Moore-Allen could not be reached immediately via a telephone line in her name and for which no voicemail was set up.
Ringel started teaching at the Waverly school, also known as PS 156, in Brooklyn in the fall of 2017, according to the complaint.
He went there after two years of teaching in first class at another primary school in the suburbs.
During the 2017-2018 academic year, Ringel claims that student JJ has repeatedly made anti-Semitic, racist, homophobic, and violent remarks against him and that Director Moore-Allen has done nothing to stop it.
The first incident mentioned in the lawsuit allegedly taking place on November 21, 2017, describes an incident in which JJ tried to walk away from the Ringel class and forced Ringel to escort him by hand out of the building, during which time JJ would have said & # 39; f *** you & # 39; and & # 39; f *** you jew & # 39; to Ringel.
JJ also tried to bend Ringel's fingers back.
Ringel said he reported that incident verbally and later in writing to both Moore-Allen and Dean Ana Haynes, but no corrective action was taken against JJ.
The following day, JJ is said to have kicked another student and said to that student: & # 39; shut up, & # 39; so that JJ takes him to Haynes & # 39; office, at the time that JJ Ringel is a & # 39; b ** would call ** a ** Jew & # 39; and & # 39; stinking breath. & # 39;
On an occasion on December 12, 2017, JJ said that six students had been queued, taken out of class and then returned late that morning to Ringel a & # 39; stinky a ** n **** r & # 39; and & # 39; stinking Jew, & throw pencils at Ringel.
At that time, JJ was removed from Ringel's class for one day, the trial said, but no other corrective action was taken against JJ and Ringel received a letter to his file for the incident.
In January, JJ Ringel named & # 39; white boy & # 39; and & # 39; n **** r & # 39; while he refused to stay in the science lab.
A mother later, on February 12, Ringel said NYCDOE and Moore-Allen falsely accused him of corporal punishment for the first time, temporarily removing him from his teaching duties.
He was recovered on February 26, the court case mentioned, after which he was allegedly falsely charged three times for corporate punishment.
On March 16, JJ would have said to Ringel during class: & # 39; I will slap you in the face, Mr. Ringel. & # 39;
Ringel claims in a court case filed Tuesday at the federal court in Brooklyn that Moore-Allen (left and right) has done nothing to prevent a student from abusing him during the 2017-2018 school year and that he was terminated after falsely van corporal was accused of punishing the student a total of four times
It is said that JJ has hit multiple students multiple times, each time reported to the administration by Ringel, but has never been addressed.
Ringel claims that he reported JJ & # 39; s use of racial, homophobic and racist lies, along with his violent outbursts in which he threw pencils and books several times, but no action was taken.
On April 18, Ringel said that JJ was moving with his shooting fingers [Ringel] with a gun, & # 39; what Ringel said he reported to New York Police Department Detective Allen, who said he would investigate.
On May 3, JJ told Ringel that she was the & # 39; f *** up & # 39; had to close and & # 39; I wish you were dead & # 39 ;.
After this last time, Ringel met Detective Allen and Moore-Allen and would have shouted at Moore-Allen, you will not escape this! & # 39; at Ringel.
During the academic year, Ringel said he reported each of these cases, but he was not supported by the school and no action was taken against JJ.
Ringel requested JJ to be removed from his class in May 2018, the court said, but it is unclear whether that request was honored. Ringel was informed at the beginning of September that he would be in September & # 39; pending an interruption & # 39; was transferred to 121 Livingston Street in Brooklyn.
On September 27, the lawsuit stated that he was returning to Waverly to review his personnel file, during which he alleges that he had been falsely detained for one hour by school security officers toward Moore-Allen after attempting a personal remove the document from him. the file.
Then on October 11, Ringel received a letter stating that his employment with NYCDOE had ended with effect from October 4, although he had worked until October 11 and had not yet been paid after October 1.
Ringel is now seeking compensation for loss of work, pain and suffering, emotional stress and mental anxiety, shame and humiliation, as well as punitive damages and attorney fees.
JJ called Ringel a & # 39; f *** ing smelly Jew & # 39 ;, a & # 39; f **** t, a & # 39; white boy & # 39; and & # 39; n **** r & # 39 ;, according to the process. The boy would also have said to the teacher: & # 39; Close the F *** & # 39 ;, & # 39; I wish you were dead & # 39; and threatened to beat him. The Waverly School of the Arts is shown