The vice principal of the school who specializes in asking students to eat food from the trash is disciplined
The Ca Mau Department of Education and Training has just issued a disciplinary decision against the vice principal of a school who specializes in asking students to eat food from trash cans.
Accordingly, Mr. Le Trung Dam was disciplined with a warning.
Previously, public opinion in Ca Mau was stirred by the news that this teacher asked students to eat food that was thrown in the trash.
Principal of Phan Ngoc Hien High School for the Gifted, Le Chi Nguyen said that on April 18, Mr. Dam checked his students’ habits and discovered that there were 6 12th graders (4 girls and 2 boys) bringing food to class. to eat.
According to school rules, students are not allowed to eat in class. Therefore, Mr. Dam asked the six students above to sit on a stone bench in front of the school yard to eat.
“When going out of the classroom, two male students threw food away. After checking around and coming back, Mr. Dam saw that the 2 male students had no food in hand, so he asked to go and get them to eat. At that time, Mr. Dam did not know that the students had thrown the food in the trash, so he asked where to put it and eat it”, Mr. Nguyen added.
According to Deputy Director of Ca Mau Department of Education and Training Le Hoang Du, after knowing the information, the Department of Education and Training of Ca Mau province set up a verification team to go to school to work with students, homeroom teachers and students. school youth group.
“We verified that the reported contents of the press were true, so we set up a review committee. After the review, it was determined that there was a violation, so it was transferred to the establishment of a disciplinary committee. This afternoon the council will meet and propose to the Director of the Department to make a disciplinary decision,” Mr. Du added.
It is known that Mr. Le Trung Dam apologized to students and parents immediately after the incident.
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