Parents voice concerns over student punishments

September 21, 2010 3:51:36 AM PDT
Concerned parents showed up on Monday to speak with the North Forest ISD school board about allegations that some first grade teachers used students to discipline their peers. It's a story we first told you about Friday on Eyewitness News at Ten. The school district is investigating allegations that last year, two AG Hilliard teachers left students who misbehaved alone with other students and instructed the kids to beat them up.

At Monday night's board meeting, parents showed up to talk to school board members about their concerns.

The teachers have not been charged with a crime.

One of the teachers is no longer with the district because of certification issues. The other is still in the classroom.