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The district sent an email to parents Monday afternoon notifying them of the arrest.“As soon as we learned of the report, we acted swiftly to involve law enforcement and CPS to conduct a thorough investigation.If any student or parent has any more information about this case, they are asked to contact the Lockhart Police Department at 512-398-4401. -- A Florida middle school teacher has been suspended after allegedly using racial slurs, including the N-word, in his classroom.Sarah Fowlkes, 27, a Lockhart High School science teacher, was arrested Monday, March 20, 2017, on a charge of having an improper relationship with a student. more Over the past five years, the TEA opened investigations into nearly 900 inappropriate relationships between teachers and students.Click forward to see Texas educators accused or convicted in sex scandals during the 2015-16 school year.According to CBS affiliate WJAX-TV, Kernan Middle School teacher David Swinyar is also accused of calling students dumb and being aggressive towards them.An investigation into the teacher claims more than 20 students were witnesses to his behavior.
more Clarissa Mc Daniel Llano High School, Llano Mc Daniel, 28, of Llano, was arrested on May 13, 2016, on two counts of improper relationship between an educator and a student.
The teacher allegedly made comments like, "You all should not be dating all these different African-American boys because they are not worth it."Swinyar, who, according to the report hasn't received discipline in the past, has been suspended for 10 days without pay.
However, some parents believe the school district should impose a harsher punishment.
"They should be fired, of course," said parent Richard Yanez.
When WJAX-TV asked the school district why the accusations weren't grounds for termination, they sent a statement saying in part, "Teacher discipline is governed by the collective bargaining agreement between the district and the union, which provides for progressive discipline." The response outlined a four-step disciplinary plan, with step three being suspension without pay, followed by step four, termination.