An assistant baseball coach at a Prince William County highschool is now not an worker of the college after racist posts on social media.
An assistant baseball coach at Battlefield Excessive Faculty in Haymarket is now not an worker of the Prince William County college system following racist posts on social media, principal Ryan Ferrera stated Thursday.
The varsity system didn’t element the posts in query, however screenshots despatched to InsideNoVa.com confirmed remarks on the Bleacher Report’s Fb web page, through which the coach wrote, “I’d put a knee on his neck too.”
Ferrera known as the posts extremely degrading and offensive, and say they don’t have any place at Battlefield Excessive Faculty.
“The assistant teaching job was this particular person’s solely position in our faculty, and I’m writing to tell you that he’s now not an worker of Battlefield Excessive Faculty or PWCS,” Ferrara stated in a press release. “This kind of conduct is just not tolerated for anybody working with our college students, households, and employees.”
The case is the second this week involving a Prince William County Public Colleges worker making racist remarks on Fb.
Earlier this week, a instructor’s aide at Covington-Harper Elementary Faculty was positioned on administrative go away as college officers examine a Fb publish through which she used the “N” phrase.
“I’m unhappy, dissatisfied, and sorry that this occurred. It’s a nice honor to be the principal of Battlefield Excessive Faculty, and I need to make it possible for all of our college students, households and employees really feel the assist and care that I’ve for them,” Ferrara stated.
— to wtop.com