Teacher Sells Students’ Art Online: Parents fuming after Montreal-area teacher allegedly lists students’ art for sale online, an incident sparking outrage and raising ethical concerns. Reports from Montreal indicate that a high school art teacher may have been secretly selling students’ artwork. The allegations, involving Westwood Junior High School, have prompted an investigation and left parents and students feeling betrayed.
- Investigation launched at Westwood Junior High School in Saint-Lazare.
- Artworks of students allegedly sold on various online platforms.
- Parents express shock and demand accountability.
- School board’s response is an ongoing investigation.
- Teacher’s professional background under scrutiny.
Parents Discover Students’ Art Listed for Sale: Teacher Sells Students’ Art Online
Parents fuming after Montreal-area teacher allegedly lists students’ art for sale online have voiced their concerns loudly. The discovery was made when students found their artwork, including drawings and paintings, being sold on merchandise like t-shirts and mugs. The incident has left parents like Michael Bennett and Joel DeBellefeuille demanding answers and action from the school board.
School and School Board Respond to Allegations
The Lester B. Pearson School Board has initiated a formal investigation in light of the allegations. While the details of the teacher’s employment status remain undisclosed, the board emphasizes the gravity of the situation. Parents fuming after Montreal-area teacher allegedly lists students’ art for sale online are awaiting the outcome of this inquiry with high expectations for transparency and justice.
|Westwood Junior High School
|Teacher’s Alleged Action
|Selling student art online
|T-shirts, mugs, iPhone cases
|Outrage and demand for accountability
|School Board Response
|Investigation underway, no further comments
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Parents fuming after Montreal-area teacher allegedly lists students’ art for sale online are calling for immediate action. The situation has highlighted the importance of ethical practices within educational institutions and the protection of students’ rights. As the investigation continues, the community seeks assurance that such incidents will not be tolerated and that appropriate measures will be taken to prevent future occurrences.