Florida teacher investigated after animals allegedly drowned in class

Florida teacher investigated after animals allegedly drowned in class

Florida teacher investigated after animals allegedly drowned in class

The student said Brewton explained that the raccoons killed chickens the class was raising. Her son informed her the creatures had been trapped in cages as they had been being drowned.

Footage from the class shows a raccoon in a metal wire trap being dunked into a garbage bin that has been filled with water. 'It made me sick to my stomach'.

An agriculture teacher in Florida allegedly drowned two raccoons and an opossum with help from students, school officials and parents said.

WMUR reported, the mother of the student recalled the events of the full video, claiming that when the raccoons attempted to come to the surface of the water to breathe, the students and teacher used metal rods to hold down the animals. "It's awful. It still does make me sick to my stomach", said one parent.

'[My son] knew while it was happening that it was wrong, so he did it anyway and stood behind people hiding, taking pictures and videos, ' she said.

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"We obtained statements that the trainer drowned a number of animals in entrance of scholars, and with scholar participation, as a result of the animals had been nuisance animals to the [agriculture] program on the college", Marion County Faculty District spokesman Kevin Christian informed the Star-Banner. He is on paid administrative leave.

Marion County Public Schools told Newsweek that the school district is investigating the incident and said the teacher involved has been placed on paid leave as of Tuesday afternoon, as per "standard procedure any time an employee is accused". "No teacher could ever replace him", said Hunter Heath. FWC Officers are investigating to see the legality of the issue that occurred.

'We would like to say that we are 100 percent behind our adviser and everything he does for our children/students, ' the statement, posted on Facebook, reads. The findings of that investigation will be presented to officials with the state attorney's office, who will then decide if criminal charges are appropriate in this case.

"He has always gone above and beyond his call of duty to ensure that his students had everything they needed". In addition to holding down the drowning raccoons, the students and their instructor would use water hoses to spray the raccoons and opossum in the face in an effort to speed the drowning process.

'I don't think that's the way to treat any animal, ' she said.

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