The entire school board of the Oakley Union Elementary School has resigned after their entire Zoom Meeting was broadcast live which was filled with slang and profanity towards the parents, which got the attention of the entire netizen, and the meeting, soon went viral.
“Unfortunately, they want to pick on us because they want their babysitters back,” Brizendine said.
“My brother had a delivery service for medical marijuana and his clientele were parents with their kids at school,” Masada said.
“Bitch if you’re going to call me out, I’m going to fuck you up,” Beede said regarding a parent who criticized her for going out to a party in this COVID situation while voting to keep the students at home.
“it’s easy to hide behind a screen but when you’re face to face with people it’s a whole different ball game,” Masadas replies.
“Uh-oh,” Beede freaks out after finding out that their meeting is live.
Superintendent Greg Hetrick also gave us a vision about a new technology that can limit public comments to cut-off parents.
Note: He still didn’t resign.
Here you can find the videos and tweets regarding their disgusting uses of verbal profanity.
1) When officials at the Oakley Union Elem. School district thought they were meeting privately, they used profanity to insult & threaten parents upset by the district's prolonged school closures.— Bigad Shaban (@BigadShaban) February 18, 2021
Here's when they realized their mtg was being broadcast to the public.
"Uh, oh." pic.twitter.com/OXbHWq9FMy
After this video went viral, they resigned and apologized for their comments after a petition for their resignation gained over 2,000 signatures (now 7,000+ and counting).
A protest is also scheduled to take place in front of the school.
Find the full details about the event here.