In response to a police report, the scholar’s mom mentioned the staple brought about “a visual pink mark and slight scabbing.”
BOARDMAN, Ohio — A instructor’s aide inside Boardman Native Faculties has been reprimanded following a January incident during which a chunk of paper was stapled to the hair of a pupil.
In response to a police report from Boardman Police Division, the scholar’s mom mentioned that the kid, who’s on the autism spectrum, was shaken up the expertise and that he’s afraid to return to highschool.
The report, which redacts the names of the instructor’s aide in addition to the scholar, says that the scholar receives a water bottle every day from one other instructor within the faculty and that the instructor’s aide had prompt to him a number of occasions that he convey his personal water bottle.
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That’s when, in keeping with the police report, the aide stapled a chunk of paper to the kid’s hair and allegedly a portion of his neck under his hairline, reminding him to convey his personal water bottle to class.
The aide, who has labored for the college district for greater than 20 years, was despatched a written reprimand by Boardman Native College District’s Superintendent, Tim Saxton, stating that the incident was “Inappropriate, Abusive or Offensive Conduct.”
Aimee E. Gilman, the lawyer for the scholar wrote in a press release, “the instructor’s aide stapled a chunk of paper to this youngster’s head, to not his hair. The kid did endure accidents, each bodily and psychological, and did obtain medical remedy for the incident.”
“No grownup ought to should be explicitly advised to not use a stapler on a toddler’s head. No youngster needs to be subjected to this kind of abuse from anybody, not to mention a person able of belief,” mentioned Gilman.
After an investigation into the incident, Boardman PD mentioned there is no such thing as a proof to assist prison prices, right now.
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