Teachers like this shouldn't teach our children
FOR RUSSELLVILLE KY. MIDDLE SCHOOL TEACHER TO BE FIRED!
The state of Ga. civil rights memorial group received this statement that the Russellville Ky. School board superintendent made on a facebook page, where no one could make any remarks. The statement appeared to be lacking details concerning the incident mentioned, I James Ivery, the state of Ga. civil rights memorial group president, is appalled at how the principle manage to word his statement to appear that the incident were not that serious toward the teacher in question, but what about the student in question, and not only the student in question but the whole class of students, I am sure they were traumatized, I James Ivery, really think that all the students should receive counseling!
MORE DETAILED STATEMENT OF WHAT HAPPENED IN SAID TEACHER'S CLASS ON DATE BELOW
Comes to the state of Ga. civil rights memorial group on 08/15/2022, a complaint from Mrs. Patricia Hudson, a resident in Russellville Ky. stated that a teacher at Russellville Ky. middle school as told to her by her son who texted from the school, and informed her what had taken place on date above, that teacher, a caucasian woman verbally told a story to her class that her family member worked as a coal miner, and when he came home from work she said, "His face was black like Demetrius!" to the 13 year old child. The teacher, Miss Mathis pointed out Demetrius, the only African American male from the other students in the class., and one other African American female, the other students in the class were white children. After Demetrius Hudson came home from school he verbally told his mother what had happened to him and how humiliated he felt before the entire class. That's when Mrs. Hudson contacted Mr. James Ivery, president of the State of Ga. civil Rights Memorial Group. After hearing the story, Mr. Ivery informed Mrs. Hudson to put in writing a complaint , and expedite it to the principle at the Russellville Ky. Middle School, and then proceed to take the same complaint to the superintendent. While Mrs Hudson was delivering the complaint, Mr. Ivery was on the phone with the principle of the school, seeking what course of action the school's system will be taking to resolve the matter of one of their teachers hurling a racial slur at a African American student in her class. Mr. Ivery also confronted the superintendent of the school via telephone also, and the superintendent asked Mr. Ivery to keep him in his prayers that he would do the right thing concerning the teacher, Mr. Ivery said he would do that. Mr. Ivery was informed by the school's superintendent that the principle of the school will conduct a investigation into the matter and have that report reported back to him and then he would do the right thing, it is known that when Miss Mathis was called in to answer the charges against her, she flat out denied it, denied that she made the racial slur until she heard the students written report conducted by the principle of the investigation, only then that she confessed to the racial discrimination, and a racial slur openly made directly to Demetrius the 13 year old African American in her class room where she teaches.
According to the Russellville Ky. middle school Superintendent, Miss Vicky Mathis committed and broke 6 rules violating the Administrative regulation promulgated by the Kentucky board of education. She violated policy 03.17, and the code of ethics, 16KAR 1:020
Certified personnel in the commonwealth:
1.Shall exemplify behaviors which maintain the dignity and integrity of the profession.
2. Shall strive to uphold the responsibilities of the education profession.
3. Shall take reasonable measures to protect the health, safety, and emotional well-being of students.
4. Shall provide students with professional education services in a nondiscriminatory manner and in consonance with accepted best practices know to the educator.
5. Shall respect the constitutional rights of all students.
6. Shall refrain from subjecting students to embarrassment or disparagement
Violation of these six rules and actions was unbecoming that of a teacher, pursuant to KRS 161.790(3)
After Miss Mathis admitting, and found guilty of these charges, according to open records, she received a 3 days suspension for such a flagrant violation of the school's strictest rules and regulations. No doubt this teacher knew exactly what she was doing at the time she hurled a verbal racial slur to Demetrius, in order to humiliate, ridicule, embarrass, and subject this child's character to the harsh definition of the word black. Lets come together now, and demand that the powers that be who hired this teacher to fire this teacher, revoke her teachers license, and band her from ever teaching in any school in America, ever again-by signing this petition!
This teacher in question or any one in the school systems of these United States of America with a mindset of racial discrimination against or to our children should never be allowed to teach at any school in the United states.. Please protect our children at russellville Ky. middle school and all other schools in America by signing this petition, please sign and be a voice for our children, the future of America. Are you satisfied with your tax dollars paying for teachers with this type of mindset? I should surely hope not!
PETITION TO BE PRESENTED TO: THE UNITED STATES BOARD OF EDUCATION, THE KY.. GOVERNOR'S OFFICE! THE RUSSELLVILLE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL, THE UNITED STATES JUSTICE DEPARTMENT! THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES!