Paso Robles Joint Unified Faculty District is presently investigating the incident
PASO ROBLES — Throughout the final week, a Paso Robles Joint Unified Faculty District (PRJUSD) instructor posted a controversial video on social media that has raised considerations amongst mother and father and neighborhood members.
Kristin Usilton, a twin immersion instructor for PRJUSD, posted a video(s) to her Instagram web page, which was then recorded by a pupil who follows Usilton, who then shared the video with different PRJUSD college students. From there, the video(s) have now circulated by varied social media platforms.
Usilton seems to have filmed the video(s) in a classroom. She has been a instructor within the Paso Robles district for six years.
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Within the first video, Usilton begins by saying, “Of the justice of all of the uncared for Hispanic inhabitants on the west facet nonetheless preventing only for their proper to have an equal schooling. And if you happen to assume that I’m going to cease preventing, you bought one other factor coming.”
Usilton went on to say, “The Paso Robles Conservative membership for the highschool, you may go soar off a bridge. I’m going to submit what they thought was a terrific present of help for the veterans, who I’m fairly certain could be completely offended by what they did on faculty campus. And had the LGBTQ inhabitants don’t that or the black or the Hispanic neighborhood members, we’d have had our a– chewed out. Have a look at what they did in the present day.”
Usilton then confirmed a video taken of scholars on Nov. 10 waving American and army flags within the Paso Robles Excessive Faculty car parking zone. One pupil was additionally waving an “F– Biden” flag.
Later that very same day, Usilton created a second video the place she created a observe up video stating, “After I mentioned ‘go soar off a bridge, I simply meant go away, and I can’t use that time period once more due to the unbelievable inflow of messages I bought about that. But when that’s what you centered on in that message, you’re form of a part of the issue.”
Full recordings of Usiltons movies could be discovered on social media.
The Paso Robles Press reached out to the PRJUSD Superintendent Curt Dubost for remark. There are presently two investigations in progress, one for the flag incident and one other for Usilton’s video feedback.
As soon as these investigations are full, Dr. Dubost knowledgeable the Paso Robles Press that he would concern an official assertion.
That is an ongoing story and shall be up to date when new info is obtainable.