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5th Grade “Teacher” Nicole Mcvey Teases Autistic Boy Stuck in Chair February 26, 2014

Posted by Chris Mark in Uncategorized.
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AutisticTeasedAs the parent of an Autistic child this story makes me angry beyond description.  A 5th Grade “Teacher” (Nicole Mcvey) and “principal” (now former principal) Michael Ellis, at Oaktree Elementary School in Goodrich, Michigan RECORDED Themselves teasing an Autistic 10 year old boy who got stuck in a chair.  They did NOT try to help and the principal asked the child if he wanted to be “tasered”?    Shamefully, community members came to the board of education meeting to speak in support of the teacher..Really?  I guess she only hurt and taunted one child so that is OK?  Not only did they record over 10 minutes of video of this child trapped in the chair and being teased, they shared it with faculty and friends.

I would like to invite Mr. Michael Ellis to contact me about being ‘tasered’.  I will gladly go into a room with him and his ‘taser’ if I can record what happens and distribute.  I suspect he doesn’t have much interest in my own offer because I can tell you he will think it is a hell of a lot less funny than what happened to that poor child.

Here is the school’s address and phone number.  You can contact the current principal Mr. Jason Wilcox and explain your feelings jwilcox@goodrichschools.org  Given the format of their email, you can likely contact Ms. Mcvey: nmcvey@goodrichschools.org.

7500 S. Gale Rd.
Goodrich, MI 48438
Phone: (810) 591-5200
Fax: (810) 591-5210
Attendance: (810) 591-5252

Comments»

1. JDSmith - February 26, 2014

Chris:

Unbelievable.

My eight year old son has Autism.

These kind of stories make me furious.

Every day is enough of a struggle for these little guys, as it is.

~ jds

Chris Mark - February 26, 2014

Too true. It is unbelievable that anyone would do this much less people in business of working with kids.

2. Dale - February 26, 2014

This makes me sick…I have 14 year old son with autism and stories like these anger me to no end. It is bad enough that kids are cruel based on ignorance and insecurities, but teachers and administrators charged with protecting our kids and especially special needs kids who taunt and tease should be treated to a special kind of “corrective education” given by some pissed of parents who happen to be vets, but also know how to administer some special treatment in kind…

Chris Mark - February 26, 2014

Truer words have not been spoken my friend!..I feel the same way!


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