School Staff Plays 'Marry, F***, Kill' Game And Names Students

In one instance a staff member identified a student they would have sex with

Huber says three students' names also came up in chatter heard on the video, but that the teachers didn't name them in their game.

A MI community is outraged after a video surfaced showing a teacher duct taping a student during class.

A video posted to YouTube apparently recorded at a bar by someone at a nearby table shows teachers and a school district secretary naming colleagues and playing a game choosing which they would rather marry, kill or have sex with.

The teacher who initially brought the video to light and filed a complaint said it was done so because she felt threatened.

During a school board meeting following the publication of the video, school district lawyer Robert Hubert spoke to a large group of outraged parents and community members.

Simpson says a student first showed him a picture of the incident at Monday night's school board meeting.

However, school district lawyer Robert Huber told WWMT on February 13 that the secretary resigned and two teachers received written reprimands over the video, which went viral. "My heart sank, and I was disgusted".

"I would like to see people being held accountable", Reprogal told WMMT. The teacher told police in Bangor, located in the southwest corner of the state, that she was only joking, but the student, a 16-year-old male, thinks the teacher should face criminal charges. "I'm not sure how that's going to go, but I don't want to see anybody lose their job, but this is not okay, you got to go".

When a MI school secretary and a group of public school teachers headed to the local watering hole on January 13, they didn't realize somebody was watching.

"The teacher then went grabbed a roll of duct tape and started duct-taping the students upper arms and chest", said Chief Simpson.

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