DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. - A DeKalb County teacher has been removed from a school after being accused of taunting a student following Donald Trump's presidential election win, FOX 5 NEWS has learned.
The incident reportedly happened Wednesday at Cross Keys High School.
A school spokesperson released the following statement Friday to FOX 5's Marissa Mitchell.
“The health and safety of all our students are our top priorities. In accordance with established protocol, we began an investigation on Thurs., Nov. 10, when the allegations were brought to our attention. The teacher in question was removed immediately from the school pending completion of the investigation. Threatening, abusive behavior will not be tolerated in any way and such behavior will be dealt with in without delay.”