According to a Georgia mother, her fourth-grader has obvious signs from the staff member's hit, and she is afraid to go back. According to reports, Britney Walker, the mother of a student at Dutchtown Elementary in the Henry County suburb of Atlanta, stated that her daughter Nevaeh and other pupils were hit in the back as they were leaving the classroom after approaching a paraprofessional to request laptop chargers. The worker's identity has not been made public.
Her daughter told 11Alive, "She literally hit us in our backs, and we had two people that saw what happened." "We were led by another teacher to a quiet room where we were able to write a statement about what had happened." Walker was reportedly forced to come to the school to pick up her child when the principal contacted her on Tuesday. She claimed to have been told that Nevaeh "wasn't sexually" but rather "physically" abused.
Walker told WSB-TV, "I looked at her back immediately." "There appeared to be hand lines on her back, which was red." The local news station was able to collect photos that purport to display the child's back scratches.The employee was put on administrative leave while an inquiry was conducted, according to the reports citing Henry County Schools.
The following day, Walker went to the local police station and filed a report, but she wants greater responsibility."There is no place where you can go and assault kids and not go to jail," she continued. I would go to jail if I abused my daughter. Why then would she be unique? She ought to be barred from working in a school system in the future, according to 11Alive.