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Columbia County paraprofessional resigns after non-standard restraint use



The Evans Elementary School paraprofessional who resigned following an investigation into his improper restraint of a student on Nov. 10, had been disciplined previously for a similar incident, according to a school board official.

Tony Wright, chief Human Resource officer for the school distric...

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  1. He’s also been a GHSA football official for several years. Always handled that job well. This sounds pretty nitpicky the way they describe it in this article. No injuries, no excessive force, but criminally charged? But all it was it “was not on par with our district’s standards.” Yep, sounds like nitpicking to me.

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