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    Welp DPS teachers did it again enough with the mis-info junk. Straight up. It also happened at a top notch school. Called PONITZ CAREER TECH CENTER which I was lucky to get accepted. Only the best of the best get in. Out of 800 applicants only 100 got in. So we are talking about a school with a reputation. And this happens it sucks they did not mention names. Though I will probably notice it Monday. I hope it is not my favorite teacher vonny b aka vonberg. My science teacher is nice but she does not believe in science
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    ‘All the numbers are fake,’ Teacher’s controversial COVID-19 comments prompt DPS investigation



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    September 17, 2021 at 5:10 pm EDTBy WHIO Staff and Sean CudahyDAYTON — A Dayton Public Schools teacher is being accused of sharing what doctor’s call COVID-19 misinformation in a video posted online that was taken down by YouTube for “violating YouTube’s Community Guidelines.”

    The video was a project for a broadcasting class at Ponitz High School and the district’s superintendent says what the teacher said on video was not appropriate for students.

    “It’s not our job to push off our opinions and push off the beliefs that we have on our students,” Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli said.

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    By DAYTON PHYSICIANS NETWORK
    In the video shared online, the Dayton Public Schools teacher is being interviewed as part of what school leaders said was a class project. The teacher makes claims about COVID-19, questioning testing practices by area providers, including Premier Health.

    “All the numbers are fake,” the teacher said in the video.

    Lolli said Ponitz’s principal viewed the video after it was posted on YouTube Thursday night. The principal then told staff not to show the video to the students.

    “I think the person who was interviewed has a right to their opinion, I think they have a right to say what they believe to be true. However, I don’t think the interview itself was appropriate for the students to be engaged in,” Lolli told News Center 7 Friday afternoon.

    Premier Health’s Dr. Roberto Colon said many claims the teacher made in the video amounted to bad information.

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    “We have enough of a hard time fighting this virus. We don’t also have to throw in bad information and disinformation campaigns. This is just something we should not have to deal with right,” Colon said.

    Colon said the video was “disheartening.”

    “We need to be utilizing science and data, not unproven hypotheses as to how how to defeat the virus,” Colon said.

    Lolli said the district is investigating the situation and if there are any policy violations by anyone involved potential discipline could be issued.

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    Rest In Peace Sue Thompson. You are not hurting anymore. You will never hurt again i promise.
    Best neighbor ever

    1936 to August 25th 2021

    Screw you lung cancer :cry:

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      the last time & it has happened more than once
      persons who said the vaccine or the disease was fake DIED

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      • #4
        Not surprised at all! More and more it’s seems people today don’t respect the rules and policies of their employer and speak a they want to. Nobody from any walk of life is perfect or infallible.

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        • #5
          every job has rules.to get along just follow the rules.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by pegers View Post
            every job has rules.to get along just follow the rules.
            So simple a concept, yet so hard for so many to follow!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Brian49 View Post

              So simple a concept, yet so hard for so many to follow!
              I have been tempted to ask people sarcastically "how many fingers am I holding up?" Or "What is 1 plus 1?"
              Rest In Peace Sue Thompson. You are not hurting anymore. You will never hurt again i promise.
              Best neighbor ever

              1936 to August 25th 2021

              Screw you lung cancer :cry:

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