A substitute teacher who told a classroom of six-year-olds that Santa Clause doesn’t exist will no longer teach at the school.
The controversial incident which also saw the teacher tell the innocent children that other figures including the tooth fairy and the Easter Bunny didn’t exist, has led to parents to voice their anger.
In a brief statement released this week, Montville Schools Superintendent René Rovtar told parents and the public that the teacher involved will no longer be working in the district.
Ms Rovtar also told parents that she was appalled and disheartened by the incident.
She also tried to reassure the children involved by posting a message on Twitter telling them that she still believes in Santa Clause.
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