Teacher Suspended Febreze Fishy Student

February 10, 2012 by staff 

Teacher Suspended Febreze Fishy Student, A Newfoundland teacher who sprayed one of her students with air freshener has been suspended with pay from her job, according to a statement from the school board responsible for Twillingate Island Elementary School.

The Nova Central School District also said that a representative from the board met with the student’s mother, Patti Rideout, on Monday and issued an apology to Rideout and her son.

Christian Roberts, 10, was sprayed with Febreze by his teacher after eating a meal of fish at lunchtime last week, according to his mother. (Facebook)
Rideout said that her 10-year-old son was sprayed with Febreze by his teacher in early February when he returned to class after eating a lunch of cooked capelin.

Rideout said her son’s classmates starting teasing him about the fishy smell. The teacher sent her son out of class for one period and then sprayed the air freshener on him.

Rideout met with the school principal on Monday and asked for an apology. But she said she didn’t get one.

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