John Rosi, a middle school teacher in Washington's Peninsula School District, has been put on paid leave after cellphone video emerged of him and some of the students in one of his classes allegedly bullying one student, wrestling him, and tossing him around. The school system had originally suspended Rosi for 10 days and transferred him to another school. But after numerous parents said they would not allow their children to be in his classroom officials suspended him from teaching entirely. They say they have no plans to fire him, however.
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