- Dorothy Mabaso the principal of Laerskool Theresapark says that the humiliating incident has traumatised her
- She was unceremoniously carried out of her office and thrown to the floor
- Mabaso met with Gauteng MEC of Education Panyaza Lesufi who condemned the incident
Dorothy Mabaso, the principal of Laerskool Theresapark has revealed that the incident has left her traumatised.
Mabaso was unceremoniously removed from her office when angry parents carried her out of her office on her chair. She ended up falling out of her chair and hurting herself.
According to The South African Mabaso met with the Gauteng MEC of Education Panyaza Lesufi. She said that the still dealing with the physical and emotional pain of being thrown out of her office.
Lesufi condemned the incident. He met with the disgruntled parents and the Laerskool Theresapark School Governing Body (SGB) members.
Mabsao was accused of bullying teachers and mishandling the school's finances. After Lesufi met with the SGB it was decided that a parent's meeting would be held to adopt a budget and the Department of Education would conduct a forensic investigation into the school's finances.
Earlier, Briefly News an alleged incompetent principal recently drove the parents of the learners attending the school to physically kick her out of the office. In various videos shared online, a group of parents can be seen carrying the principal of Laerskool Theresapark out of the office while she was still seated on her chair.
Not long in the clip that was shared by @KgahliT, the woman can be seen shortly falling out of the chair that she seemingly refused to get out of, much to the shock of the crowd who were watching the entire thing.
In other Briefly News most teachers would easily resort to punishment if they ever encountered a stubborn learner who did not abide by the school’s rules. However, Jason Smith, the principal of US school Stonybrook Intermediate and Middle School, is a different breed.
The patient man noticed that one student insisted on wearing a hat to class. This went against the institution’s regulations. The young boy was sent to Jason’s office and the outcome of the encounter could have easily been a suspension or detention.
Instead, the principal sat the boy down, had a pep talk and proceeded to organise a barber's haircut. The young boy admitted he had been in the wrong and apologised for disrupting the lesson.
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Source: Briefly News