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Video of a California high school teacher yelling at a student during online Zoom learning went viral over the weekend.
San Marcos High School teacher Alissa Piro yelled at a junior student, Jace Jonas, who questioned why the school doesn’t have a “white student union” if they have an Asian student union.
“You don’t need a white student union, Jace,” she can be heard yelling. “You get everything!”
Piro, visibly frustrated with Jace, paused her lesson before shouting “Goddammnit” in front of the student and his peers, he recalled.
“She started berating me about how as a White male I get everything and it’s my duty to look out for minorities and all these racist remarks against Whites and males. She later called me a moron,” Jace told Fox News Monday.
Another mother said she felt the need to speak out after previously witnessing Piro’s “abuse and bullying and frankly racism that I saw on that video.”
Jace said he started recieving hate-filled messages from other students after the teacher attacked him on the Zoom class.
She also went after parents who think in-person learning is better than Zoom, daring them to “come at me.”
Jace’s dad, Jim Jonas, contacted the assistant principal Kelley Brown, and he said he recommends the teacher get anger management, at the very least.
Piro apologized to Jace in a “restorative meeting,” but Jace, a straight-A student, noticed his grade dropped to a B. He said the teacher blamed a computer error and eventually corrected it.
The district told Fox News Piro has been placed on administrative leave pending an investigation.
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