The comments were directed against a teen she misidentified as being a Covington Catholic school student seen in a controversial video—which also widely misrepresented—last month.
Douglas County Superintendent Thomas Tucker has recommended the school board terminate middle-school teacher Michelle Grissom, a seventh-grade social studies teacher at Mountain Ridge Middle School in Highlands Ranch, after she wrongly claimed a Kentucky school student was involved in an incident in Washington on Jan. 18. In the post, she also called the teen a “Hitler Youth.”
Grissom cowardly deleted the tweet. Superintendent Tucker said in a lengthy statement released during a Douglas County School Board meeting on the night of Feb. 5 that he realized the incident has caused a lot of controversy in the community.
“I made a recommendation to the Douglas County School District Board of Education that Ms. Grissom be dismissed… That process begins with a recommendation being made to the Board,” he said.
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