A substitute instructor who was attacked by two college students at a college in Charlotte, North Carolina, for at-risk college students is completed.
Two teenage women attacked Renata Horton, who was subbing at Turning Level Academy, in keeping with the Atlanta Black Star. Horton informed WSOC TV that the ladies, ages 16 and 17, attacked Horton after she requested them to take away their hoodies, which is in opposition to college coverage.
“The BMT [behavior modification technician] jumps up in my face and says, ‘Maintain up, Miss Horton … you realize and everyone else is aware of that she walks round along with her hoodie on a regular basis,” Horton informed WSOC TV.
Horton mentioned one of many women all of the sudden charged Horton with out warning whereas the opposite lady got here from behind and pulled her to the bottom.
“And when she knocked me down, that’s when the opposite one obtained her arms on me,” Horton mentioned. “And he or she jumped behind me and was choking me again right here, pulling me on my neck, and pulling all my hair. And that’s once they began beating me.”
Finally one other BMT stopped the assault. Horton, who did obtain medical remedy, mentioned the college didn’t name for the paramedics or take her to a hospital. Horton’s daughter took her, and he or she’s forbidden the 57-year-old from returning.
“I’m harm that I didn’t have hardly no assist as we speak, as a result of I’ve been nothing however good to Turning Level,” she added “I don’t name out. I’m a sub and anytime them youngsters ask me for one thing to eat, I give it to them.”
Horton, who has taught on the college since 2022, mentioned the college ought to shut. She’s involved a scholar will deliver a gun to highschool. “They need assistance,” Horton informed WSOC-TV. “They want extra assist, or the people who find themselves on the colleges that’s in these roles, they want higher coaching.”
In accordance with Charlotte-Mecklenburg Faculties, the scholars have been charged with assault and disorderly conduct after they “obtained aggressive towards a instructor.”
Horton mentioned no person from