Teachers Arrested After Doing the Unthinkable to Special Needs Student
In an appalling incident, five elementary school employees in Brownsburg, Indiana were charged with criminal offenses after they forced a special needs child to eat his own vomit. The child, aged 7, was encouraged by staffers to eat his own vomit while they watched.
According to reports, the incident occurred at Brown Elementary School in Indiana, where a special education student, who is unable to speak, vomited during lunchtime. Instead of helping the child, five staffers, including a teacher and teacher’s aides, allegedly forced the child, who is non-verbal, to eat his own vomit with a spoon.
After an investigation, the five employees, Sara Seymour, Julie Taylor, Debra Kanipe, Kristen Mitchell, and Megan King, were charged with varying degrees of criminal offenses ranging from neglect of a dependent to failure to report neglect. All staff members have been fired from the elementary school, and the school district has issued a statement expressing their deep concern for the well-being of the child while also condemning the actions of the employees.
The incident has garnered widespread outrage and attention on social media, with many calling for justice for the child and harsh punishment for the staffers involved. Several news outlets have covered the story, bringing light to the issue and sparking further discussions about the treatment of special needs children in schools.
The lack of empathy and disregard for the well-being of the child by the staffers at Brown Elementary School is unacceptable, and it is important that incidents like this are taken seriously and addressed immediately. The well-being and safety of all students, especially those with disabilities, should be a top priority in schools, and any actions that go against this must be met with swift consequences.
As parents, educators, and members of the community, it is crucial for us to come together to ensure that schools provide a safe and nurturing environment for all students. We must demand accountability from those in positions of power, and work towards creating a world where incidents like this do not occur.
Our hearts go out to the family and the child who had to endure this horrific incident. We stand in solidarity with them and hope that justice will be served.