He's Getting Adopted. A Teacher Told Him He Shouldn't Be Thankful

Lawrence Kim
December 3, 2019

"Well, Daniel, and I was shocked when he said it, he is grateful that he has finally been adopted by his two parents", van Amstel said in a video, who is finalizing the adoption of the 11-year-old boy. The teacher's reply? Other students say she started with "Why on earth would you be happy about that?" and went on to say "That's nothing to be thankful for".

He added the allegations: 'The change instructor was giving her very definite notion about two males is depraved, homosexuality is depraved and yeah, so that that you would be in a position to keep in mind that jam us off. "Two men living together is a sin", she said.

The 47-One year-extinct authentic dancer then outlined he's "proud" of the college's response to the teacher, after three ladies within the class addressed the scenario with the predominant.

Josh van Amstel, one of the adoptive dads praised the principal, "She's wonderful she's been really fantastic". Apparently, three young students in Daniel's class repeatedly asked the teacher to stop.

"You can imagine why that set us off and we are not letting this go", van Amstel said in a video posted online on November 22.

The school called the fifth-graders fathers after the incident, who stated they were "livid" that this occurred in a public school.

Their son was reportedly nervous to tell his fathers since he had previouslyexperienced two failed adoptions and though the incident would make them rethink their decision to adopt him.

"This situation really hurt him". "Obviously, when situations come up like this, we quickly investigate and take appropriate action". He also praised the girls who spoke up for their classmate.

'Fellow college students noticed a necessity, and they salvage been in a place of abode to present beef up'. "It's awesome what happened as far as those girls coming forward".

Kelly Services, which provides substitutes teacher for the Alpine School District, confirmed that the teacher had been fired in a statement to ABC News on Sunday. The company also released a statement, saying, "We are concerned about any reports of inappropriate behavior and take these matters very seriously".

"We conduct business based on the highest standards of integrity, quality, and professional excellence", the staffing company added. The family found the front of their house papered with hearts and handwritten messages of support. "We're looking into this situation".

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