Teachers return to Capitol as walkout ends

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Teachers return to Capitol as walkout ends

Investigators found Fish was sacked months earlier after school leaders learned he hosted a "fight club" in a math classroom.

The state Department of Children and Families has referred Montville school officials to the state's top prosecutor for failing to report that a substitute teacher allowed students to hit each other in one-on-one fights in his high school math class previous year.

As far as the days lost this week by Lowell High School students due to the gas leak, Mayor Bill Samaras said they won't have to make them up.

Victim 4 told Moorehead that in one instance, he was in Fish's class when victim 3 walked in and without any warning, hit him and "the fight was on". Police learned of the freaky situation after four students came forward and revealed what was actually going on when Fish was a substitute. However, upon learning just how much trouble he was in, he appeared remorseful.

"Our members are saying they want to go back to the classroom", said Priest, whose union has about 40,000 members.

"It is due to their voices that they were going to be here and what they were going to accomplish that helped move this piece of legislation, I really truly feel like that legislature wanted to get it done quickly so people wouldn't come - that didn't work", Bishop said.

"My staff and I have taken the time to critique every school shooting across the country", the former Spokane County sheriff said.

Superintendent Jeremy Siebert said they now are doing everything they can to make sure their schools are secure, but with only one School Resource Officer for the district, he thinks select teachers carrying firearms is the best option.

Priest said that while the walkout is ending, their fight for increased funding will continue, with a shift in their focus. However, it wasn't until Thursday that Fish was charged with two counts of risk of injury to a child, four counts of second-degree reckless endangerment, and one count breach of peace.

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Montville Public Schools Superintendent Brian Levesque fired Fish later that day.

"They don't understand the mind and heart of a teacher", said Cooper, pointing to the Capitol.

Oklahoma City Public Schools, the largest school district in the state, said they will provide information on Friday regarding their participation in the walkout.

More than 500,000 students have been out of school during the past two weeks, as districts closed their doors to allow teachers to advocate for additional funding. He was sacked that day, she told police. If I had known what it was doing to the kids I would have done something completely different.

"While opponents of the education funding package have uncovered a way to block the measure, they would be taking a major gamble moving ahead with a veto referendum", he said.

"I think we've all learned a valuable lesson here and our goal is to learn from our mistakes".

"It's a demographic we don't reach out to enough, so we just want to keep them up to par with topics their kids are covering in school", said Rosales.

"I am so sorry".

Fish was reportedly released from jail Thursday after posting $75,000 bond.

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